Go Daddy CEO Bob Parsons Announced as Keynote Speaker for Apartment Internet Marketing 2008 Conference for Multifamily Industry

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Apartment Internet Marketing 2008 Conference announces GoDaddy CEO Bob Parsons as the keynote speaker. AIM 2008 is the leading online marketing & technology conference for the multifamily industry, showcasing new technologies, strategies and best practices, taught by Internet leaders from other industries. AIM 2008 will be held in Scottsdale, AZ, April 23-25.

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Go Daddy is the world leader in domain name registrations and the top hosting company in North America because of Bob's marketing genius, strong leadership and keen understanding of online transactions. Multifamily leaders can gain a lot by learning from his successes.

The leading Internet marketing and online technology event for the multifamily industry, Apartment Internet Marketing Conference , announced today that Bob Parsons, CEO of Go Daddy will be the keynote speaker at this year's conference.

The charismatic CEO, known for his marketing prowess, an unconventional approach to online business and some of the most effective Super Bowl commercials ever, will kick-off the AIM 2008 educational conference on Internet marketing and online transactions.

Details on the AIM 2008 conference, which will be held in Scottsdale, AZ, on April 23-25, can be found at: http://www.aimcon08.com.

"Bob Parsons is a perfect fit as a keynote speaker for this year's Apartment Internet Marketing Conference," said Steve Lefkovits, Principal of Joshua Tree Internet Media, which owns and operates the conference. "Go Daddy is the world leader in domain name registrations and the top hosting company in North America because of Bob's marketing genius, strong leadership and keen understanding of online transactions. Multifamily leaders can gain a lot by learning from his successes."

The three-day AIM 2008 educational conference is exclusively designed for multifamily executives from investment and management organizations and features hands-on learning sessions with Internet trend-setters from other industries. In its third year, the annual Apartment Internet Marketing Conference is the premier educational event about online resident marketing and transactional technology for the multifamily industry.

AIM 2008 attendees will learn about Bob Parsons' famous "16 Rules" for success in business and in life, which have helped him turn near-failures into winning achievements. Go Daddy's massive success demonstrates that thinking and acting outside of one's comfort zone gets results and that building a business under any conditions is possible.

Bob Parsons has proven his marketing prowess by building two major technology companies from the ground-up, the accounting software firm Parsons Technology, and Go Daddy, which controls more than 43% of the market for new domain name sales. Go Daddy is ranked #8 on the Inc. 500 list of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the United States.

Recognized as an inspirational, can-do speaker, Bob speaks to groups all over the country and writes the most read CEO blog in the world.

AIM 2008: The Apartment Internet Marketing Conference
** April 23-25 in Scottsdale, Arizona **

To learn more, visit AIM 2008 Conference website.

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About Joshua Tree Internet Media, LLC
Apartment Internet Marketing is a media property of Joshua Tree Internet Media, LLC (JTI Media), owned and operated by multifamily industry veteran Steve Lefkovits. JTI Media provides the multifamily industry with high-quality information and education on how to utilize technology-powered tools for increased revenue. Steve Lefkovits was formerly a Vice President of the National Multi Housing Council, where he pioneered their highly successful Technology Conference series.

JTI Media is an affiliate of Joshua Tree Consulting. Joshua Tree Consulting is the multifamily industry's premiere strategy and management consulting practice.

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