Shawn Collins Moderates 'Future of Communications from Affiliate Managers to Affiliates' at eComXpo, Virtual Tradeshow for eCommerce Marketers, October 24-26th

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Affiliate Marketing Experts Brook Schaaf, Missy Ward And Carsten Cumbrowksi join moderator Shawn Collins for a Live Interactive Discussion on the “Future of Communications from Affiliate Managers to Affiliates” Panel With eComXpo Attendees Online At The World’s Largest Ecommerce Marketing Trade Show At eComXpo, The Virtual Tradeshow for eCommerce Marketers, October 24-26th, 2006.

Over 7,000 Affiliate, Search and Interactive Marketers attending the October 24-26th virtual tradeshow, eComXpo will have the opportunity to listen, learn and ask questions of author and affiliate relations guru, Shawn Collins of Shawn Collins Consulting, when he moderates “The Future of Communications from Affiliate Managers to Affiliates” panel featuring internet marketing strategist, Brook Schaaf of Schaaf Consulting, leading pay-per-performance marketing authority, Missy Ward of CPAEmpire and affiliate marketer, Carsten Cumbrowski at eComXpo’s 4th 3-day online marketing event.

“Affiliate marketing is all about relationships,” says Shawn Collins, moderator of the “The Future of Communications from Affiliate Managers to Affiliates” panel. “And in order to establish those relationships, you’ve got to know how to effectively communicate. It’s not sufficient to rely on e-mail and phone to work with your affiliates. It’s time to move on to Affiliate 2.0. Brook, Missy and Carsten will discuss tips and techniques for creating a bond with your affiliates through online and offline methods during our panel. We’ll all take questions from the eComXpo attendees immediately after the presentation.”

“The Future of Communications from Affiliate Managers to Affiliates” panel is one of eight top-notch panel discussions, five featured speakers and three keynote scheduled throughout the three days of eComXpo on topics of interest to anyone involved in the eCommerce industry including affiliate, search and interactive marketing professionals. Each of these educational sessions will include a live Q&A session broadcast over WebmasterRadio.FM. New for the October show, attendees will get a sneak peek at “hot” new presentations prepared exclusively for eComXpo University.

eComXpo features all the benefits of a top traditional tradeshow without the cost, travel or hassle associated with traditional events. Attendees and exhibitors interact with over 7,000 people via chat or e-mail, attend educational presentations by top industry experts, visit over 200 booths in the exhibit hall and enter to win fantastic prizes. The best part is that it’s all done without leaving the comfort of your own home or office.

Attendee registration at eComXpo is absolutely free and includes admittance to the exhibit halls, education center, networking lounge and eligibility for all show prizes throughout the three day show.

eComXpo recently introduced an exciting new educational feature, eComXpo University, giving subscribers six months on-demand access to over 200 ecommerce marketing presentations, both newly created exclusively for the University, as well as archived presentations from the February 2005, October 2005, April 2006 and October 2006 eComXpo shows.

Being a part of eComXpo is a valuable experience for all participants. To get more information or to register as an exhibitor or attendee please visit the eComXpo website at We’ll see you online at eComXpo.

About eComXpo

eComXpo is the first virtual, online trade show and conference for eCommerce marketers. Its fourth show is October 24-26, 2006. Over 200 exhibitors, sponsors, and presenters will be gathering with over 7,000 attendees (making it the largest eCommerce tradeshow in the world), completely online and 100% free to attend. eComXpo provides all the benefits of a top tradeshow without the cost, travel or hassle normally associated with traditional events. eComXpo is produced by InXpo which also powers online events in other markets.

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