INTERNET.COM TO HOST FOUR INTERNET INDUSTRY SEMINARS IN SEPTEMBER 2000
(New York, NY - September 6, 2000)-internet.com (Nasdaq: INTM), the Internet Industry Portal, today announced that it will be offering four paid seminars in September, each focusing on a different issue pertaining to the Internet industry. Seminar topics will include Wireless Internet Devices, Affiliate Solutions, Web Development and Bot Technology.
allNetDevices Conference 2000 will take place on September 18, 2000 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, CA. The keynote address will be presented by Michael Karasick, CTO, Pervasive Computing Division, IBM. allNetDevices Conference 2000 will bring together experts and industry peers for networking and high-level discussion about how to develop and market their wares successfully. allNetDevices Conference 2000 will provide the information and contacts needed to make any wireless or wired Net device, application or content a success. This conference will be hosted by internet.com and allNetDevices.com. Sponsors for this event will include Air2Web.com, Capslock, Everypath, internet.com, MagnaSource, Inc. and XYPOINT Corporation. Also being held at this same location on this day is the WebDeveloper Conference 2000. Attendees will have access to both conferences.
WebDeveloper Conference 2000 will cover the resources, technical information, current news and events pertaining to this industry and any analytical features essential for the Web development community. The keynote will be presented by Jakob Nielson, Ph.D., Principal of the Nielsen Norman Group and renowned Web page designer. Nielsen has been hailed "the guru of Web page usability" by the New York Times. Topics to be covered at this event will include up to date news and reviews about the latest Web development tools, techniques and trends, and solutions to common technical problems facing many Web developers. This conference will be hosted by internet.com, the Web Developers Virtual Library (http://www.wdvl.com), WebDeveloper.com and Webreference.com. Sponsors for this event will include internet.com and Searchbutton.com.
Affiliate Solutions 2000, the leading seminar for Affiliate Marketing on the Internet, will be held on September 27, 2000 at the Marriott Marquis in New York City. Presented by Refer-It.com and hosted by internet.com, this event will teach insider secrets from industry leaders and successful online marketing companies. This seminar will feature panel discussions focusing on revenue sharing and affiliate strategies for the online industry. Sponsors for this event will include Commission Junction, DoubleClick, GiftCertificates.com, iMediation, internet.com, Looksmart, Pop-Up Shop, The One and Only Network, WebCollage Inc., WebPartner and Yo.com.
BOT2000, the leading seminar on Bot technology, will be held on September 13, 2000 at the Hilton Hotel in New York City. Leading Bot expert Marcus P. Zillman will bring together the leading Bot and Intelligent Agent Developers, researchers and academics to discuss the latest happening in the field. Conference proceedings will cover all aspects of Bots and Intelligent Agents allowing the most inexperienced observer to the seasoned professional to have a better understanding of this field. This seminar will be hosted by internet.com, BotSpot.com and BotTechnology.com. Sponsors for this event will include Artificial Life, Inc. and ExactOne.com.
Anyone interested in any of these internet.com seminars should go to http://seminars.internet.com for more information and registration procedures. For sponsorship information, contact Frank Fazio, Jr., Seminar Sales Manager, at (203) 662-2976 or [email protected].
In addition to these paid seminar events, internet.com also runs numerous free Internet Breakfast Forums throughout the United States and the world. For more information on these free Internet Breakfast Forums, go to http://www.internetbreakfastforums.com.
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Mary Ann Boland
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