Fall 2007 eComXpo Virtual Tradeshow for eCommerce Marketers Scheduled for October 9-11

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eComXpo Posts Largest Numbers Yet at Successful Spring 2007 Show

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We love participating in eComXpo because we can all meet great affiliates, talk to prospects, and network with colleagues, all in our pajamas with no travel hassles required! We'll be back!

Over 8000 Affiliate, Search and Interactive marketing professionals from across the country and around the world gathered together virtually for eComXpo, March 20-22nd, 2007, making it the largest and most successful eComXpo ecommerce marketing tradeshow to date.

eComXpo featured all the benefits of a top traditional tradeshow without the cost, travel or hassle associated with traditional events and attendance is free. Attendees and exhibitors interacted with over 8,000 people via chat or e-mail, attended educational presentations by top industry experts, visited over 400 exhibitor booths, negotiated new business deals and won fantastic booth and show prizes. The best part is that it was all done from the comfort of the attendees and exhibitors own home or office computers.

"We've gotten great results from being involved with eComXpo. The show delegates are of top quality, and the show's unique format allows my team to prospect clients on the exhibit floor from the convenience of their desktop", says Sloan Gaon, MIVA Vice President of Global Strategy, an eComXpo Speaker.

Exhibitors on both the affiliate and interactive floors were impressed with the number of leads they came away with from the show and the ease of use of the post-show portal that allowed them to analyze the number and type of visitors to their booths. The top 10 visited booths included: Google, LinkShare, Wynn Las Vegas, AdFinity, Performics, Yahoo!, AzoogleAds, Ad:tech and Affiliate Classroom.

eComXpo exhibitor LookSmart's Allen Hammock says, "eComXpo was a great opportunity to connect with customers and prospects from a lot of different companies without leaving the comfort of my own desk. The virtual reality environment is surprisingly well done and useful. It was easier to give out business cards in a non-intrusive way while still being able to make meaningful contacts with visitors to my booth."

Adds Linda Woods, President of PartnerCentric, as well as an eComXpo speaker and exhibitor, "We love participating in eComXpo because we can all meet great affiliates, talk to prospects, and network with colleagues, all in our pajamas with no travel hassles required! We'll be back!"

eComXpo's Educational Center featured top-notch panel discussions, feature presentations and keynote speeches from leading experts in the ecommerce industry. Attendee Laura Bisnett of Brand Central Station Coupons and Deals is especially enamored by the speaker line-up, "eComXpo is a great learning experience for anybody with a presence on the internet. I have so much relevant information to digest from the show that it'll take me a couple of weeks to go through it all. Attending the live, interactive presentations are one of my favorite parts of the show. Learn from the industry leaders and be sure to ask questions to get the most out of them. I'll definitely be back for the show in October."

Educational sessions included presentations from top executives at eBay, Advertising.com, Direct Response KeywordMax, Acronym Media, Target Marketing, Netconcepts, WOMMA and more including expert advice from Jeremy Palmer, Anton Konikoff, Amanda Watlington, Catherine Seda, Nacho Hernandez, Brian Carroll, Adam Viener, Sam Decker, William Rice, Caroline Malifaud, David Herscott, and Byron White.

A complete list of speakers is available at http://www.eComXpo.com/March07EducationAgenda.htm. Many past speakers have already signed-on for the October 2007 show.

For those that missed the show or would like to view additional educational sessions, eComXpo University (http://www.eComXpo.com/University.htm) offers over one hundred presentations from the Spring and past eComXpos on either a pay-per-view or three month subscription basis.

Irfan Danawala of webchillies.com feels eComXpo has changed his life, "I had a small web development company and after attending the first eComXpo, I found many new clients and since then my company has kept growing. I am very grateful to eComXpo for coming up with such a novel concept and helping small companies like us to meet big companies, which otherwise would not have been possible. For me, eComXpo remains one of the most valuable business resources around and I feel anybody and everybody who is in the internet industry should make it a point to attend to see how it can help you grow your biz. It's the best business networking resource available with guaranteed success."

Mark your calendars for the Fall 2007 eComXpo running October 9-11th. Exhibit space is still available at early bird rates and speaker submissions are now being accepted. For more information visit http://www.eComXpo.com. Attendee registration is free.

About eComXpo:
eComXpo is the first virtual, online trade show and conference for eCommerce marketers. Hundreds of exhibitors, sponsors, and presenters will be gathering with over 8,000 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. Free registration and additional information is available at http://www.eComXpo.com. eComXpo is produced by InXpo (http://www.inxpo.com), which also powers online events in other markets.


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