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The CRS Conference Is Approaching Fast

Posted on 10.15.2009

If you're a reader of Website Magazine you're undoubtedly interested in Internet publishing and online advertising. As such, I encourage you to consider attending the upcoming Content Revenue Strategies (CRS) Conference - an important event that will shape our industry for many years to come. 

Co-located with the Ad-Tech trade show in New York on November 4th and 5th, this is the only conference dedicated to small and mid-sized publishers looking to increase revenue through contextual advertising programs, advertising networks and affiliate/lead generation programs. CRS is not just for publishers though. Online advertisers interested in learning how to buy advertising across Google's content network and new ad exchanges, and maximize targeting of clicks on weblog, video and social media networks will also benefit. 

Learn more about the CRS Conference now and check out the schedule of session topics, workshops and speakers available online. 

Register for Content Revenue Strategies and use our "CRSWebsiteMag" coupon during registration to save 25% off the cost of admission. And here's another bonus - attendees will receive $250 in advertising from AOL in their conference brochure. Pretty cool, right? The conference is only a few short weeks away so do register this week. 

Finally, I will be speaking on a very interesting panel discussing why premium publishers are going direct which will provide practical lessons for small and medium size publishers. Should you decide to attend (and I hope you will) do introduce yourself and say hello!



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