Adult Webmasters Get Dedicated Track at XBIZ Berlin

Adult Webmasters Get Dedicated Track at XBIZ Berlin

BERLIN — XBIZ is pleased to announce the newest in its NETbilling-sponsored series of targeted seminar and workshop tracks, this time offering an insider’s look at adult webmastering on tap for the inaugural XBIZ Berlin webmaster conference.

Presented by TrafficPartner, XBIZ Berlin takes place Sept. 11-14 at the hip Catalonia Berlin Mitte Hotel, uniting the European and broader global adult business communities for a full range of educational and executive networking opportunities.

Famed for its unparalleled educational sessions, XBIZ’s signature conference series present the adult industry’s most experienced operators offering their insights on current issues and emerging trends.

Designed to unlock the future of Europe’s fast moving marketplace, XBIZ Berlin’s lineup of seminars and workshops open the door to 2016’s top international business opportunities — including those that will appeal to adult webmasters who continue to create and cash in on websites and affiliate promotions.

The dedicated track will consist of four webmaster workshops that examine current website best practices, as well as the latest tips for building traffic, the state of the art in affiliate marketing and emerging trends in webmastering.

The adult webmastering track is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 13, from 1-5 p.m., bookended between the open-mic marketing hour and daily happy hour.

Located on Köpenicker Strasse, the Catalonia Berlin Mitte Hotel is within walking distance of top local attractions such as Alexanderplatz and Berlin’s nightlife and entertainment hub of Nikoleiviertel, and close to the Heinrich Heine Metro Station, enabling citywide transport with ease.

The modernistic style of the hotel, the included breakfast buffet, free Wi-Fi, The Kunstwerk Restaurant and hotel bar, plus the charming courtyard that serves as XBIZ Berlin’s center of activity, make this the ideal venue for XBIZ’s newest breakthrough event, adding to the high-value that attendees will receive.  

In addition to the seminars and workshops, XBIZ Berlin offers sponsored special events and other unique networking outings that builds relationships and promotes deal-making in a relaxed atmosphere.

“For the first time ever, we’re organizing an entire track for affiliates, underscoring the importance of smart webmastering in today’s vastly changed landscape,” XBIZ Events Director Moe Helmy explains. “Our dedicated track will serve as a guide for identifying the right affiliate opportunities as well as staying ahead of the curve in terms of website upkeep.”

Limited rooms are currently available at just €109 per night ($120, U.S. dollars), which includes a full breakfast buffet, VAT and service charge.

Affiliates qualify for free registration, while members of XBIZ.net receive discounted event admission.

Stay tuned to XBIZ.com for upcoming details about XBIZ Berlin, including the official show schedule and special event announcements.

For information about speaking and sponsorship opportunities, visit XBIZBerlin.com or email events@xbiz.com.

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