With the online marketplace heating up, this show has really grown in popularity and acceptance. I think the high attendee numbers prove that the online tradeshow model has truly come of age.
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) April 4, 2006
PartnerCentric, (http://www.partnercentric.com), a provider of managed affiliate marketing services, today announced that the company was handpicked by eComXpo to participate in the tradeshow’s exclusive “Show in Show” section. PartnerCentric will be exhibiting the “Jetson way,” virtually, at the largest online tradeshow for eCommerce marketers for the third time. At eComXpo 2006, PartnerCentric will demonstrate the revenue-generating power of their managed affiliate programs to a targeted and motivated audience. In addition, it will allow attendees to hear the latest in eCommerce marketing technology trends, covering such topics as email, search, affiliate, regulatory issues, branding and advertising -- all without the hassle of leaving home, office or computer. Best of all, it’s free for attendees this year.
“eComXpo is a great show for us to meet potential clients, learn the latest in the industry and meet with great new affiliates who are looking for new revenue-generating programs,” said PartnerCentric CEO Linda Woods. “With the online marketplace heating up, this show has really grown in popularity and acceptance. I think the high attendee numbers prove that the online tradeshow model has truly come of age.”
PartnerCentric is one of only a handful of companies chosen to be featured in the special “Show in Show” feature. In addition to having a branded presence on the main show floor, visitors can click on PartnerCentric’s “Show in Show” tab. This brings up a graphic-rich, interactive mini-trade show that features 31 of PartnerCentric’s clients replete with booth staff to chat with about the opportunities in that affiliate program. This area will also include each program’s features and current promotions, plus visitors will have a chance to register for “door prizes.” Some of the companies represented are National Geographic, 21st Century Auto Insurance, Jiggerbug, The Company Store and Club Mom.
How It Works?
Once an affiliate enters PartnerCentric’s booth, they are able to communicate with booth staffers using instant chat messaging, email, vCard exchange, Skype or by simply picking up the phone, where appropriate. The communication interface also allows booth staffers and booth guests to see each other’s bio and personal message, as well as their personal avatar or icon. Booth staffers will receive reports listing everyone who visited their booth, including transcripts of any communications within the booth.
There are also over 100 lectures, panels and presentations in the Education Center that are conducted by some of Internet marketing’s best minds. PartnerCentric President, Linda Woods, will appear on a panel addressing “The Future of Affiliate Marketing” with marketing guru Declan Dunn, and noted colleagues Beth Kirsch and Ola Edvardson.
For more information on PartnerCentric’s programs or managed services, visit our Web site at http://www.partnercentric.com or call 805-569-8750.
About PartnerCentric Inc.
Founded in 2000, PartnerCentric has quickly emerged as the premiere outsourced affiliate program management group in the industry. With an annual growth rate of nearly 300-percent, PartnerCentric boasts an impressive list of clients from around the country and staffers around the world. In addition to core their affiliate expertise, PartnerCentric offers a wide array of high powered marketing services, including: Search Engine Management, Search Engine Optimization, Web site development, eCommerce conversion & analytics, email marketing, “buzz” marketing and more.
Headquartered in Santa Barbara, Calif., PartnerCentric specializes in working with eCommerce companies to build profitable affiliate programs that generate effortless incremental revenue. For customer testimonials and more information, contact us at 805-569-8750 or visit our Web site at http://www.partnercentric.com.
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