MetArt Taps Jill Taylor as Marketing VP

LOS ANGELES — Erotic art website, has hired Jill Taylor as its vice president of marketing.

Taylor has worked in adult since 2001 and comes to MetArt from Playboy Enterprises, Inc. where she held the position of senior marketing manager and product manager of ClubJenna. Prior to that she was head of sales and marketing for CamZ.

In her new position, Taylor will be revamping affiliate program to better deliver MetArt's substantial amount of content into the hands of affiliates and partners.

Taylor will also focus on marketing outreach and growing relationships with current and new partners.

"I could not be more excited to work with such a solid, impressive team. MetArt is on the cutting edge of erotic art and there is no doubt that we will accomplish and excel at the many upcoming projects scheduled to launch in 2012," Taylor said.

Commenting on Taylor's appointment, MetArt COO Jon Krogman said, "We just feel that Jill is a perfect fit for all of our many growing projects beneath the MetArt umbrella. 2012 will be big year for MetArt with new sites and lots of surprises in store. Jill will provide the leadership and is key to MetArt's growth in the upcoming year."

To celebrate the expansion of the MetArt team, MetArtMoney is offering affiliates 50 percent discount promotional pricing through Dec. 31 for its latest site,

To receive the discount, affiliates can log into their MetArtMoney accounts.

For marketing, affiliate, or partnership questions contact Taylor at


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