The London Affiliate Conference 2014 to Host Expert PresentersPublished December 30, 2013 by OCR Editor
The London Affiliate Conference has just released its impressive list of expert speakers for the 2014 event.
The 8th London Affiliate Conference (LAC) will be taking place in London between February 6-9, 2014 at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre, and the list of impressive speakers has just been released. Big names such as Brian Dean, Owner of Backlinko; Chris Harrison, eGaming Industry Manager at Google; Dave Gowans, Senior Conversion Consultant at the Conversion Factory; Dele Sikuade, Business Advisor and Technical Architect for Countersoft; Jon Friedberg from Pokertrip Enterprises Inc.; and Jon Matonis, Board Director at the Bitcoin Foundation will all be in attendance.
Upon the release of the notable line-up of speakers, Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business, stated, "We are delighted to announce our latest speakers for the London Affiliate Conference. With such a wide-range of expert speakers we are delighted to be offering our delegates a deeper insight of the industry."
The latest speakers will join the ranks of speakers who have been previously booked for the conference include Scott Polk, VP of Internet Marketing for Obsidian Edge Maketing; Lisa Myers, CEO & Owner of Verve Search; and Judith Lewis, Head of Search at Beyond. The high level of speakers this year has brought an even larger crowd that will be in attendance.
Conference Goal and Sessions
The conference aims to provide professionals current updates on the online gaming industry and techniques to ensure their success. Sessions include marketing-focused topics like The YouTube Opportunity, Branding Without Burning, Technical SEO Architecture, and Content Marketing for Affiliates. There will also be sessions on current topics like Bitcoin: Friend or Foe, and practical sessions like Real Money Skill Gaming. For the full list of topics, check out the conference's website.
The LAC will also host the iGaming Business Affiliate Awards. iGaming Business affiliates can attend the conference free of charge.