INTERNET.COM TO HOST FOUR INTERNET INDUSTRY SEMINARS BY THE END OF 2000
(New York, NY - November 1, 2000)-internet.com (Nasdaq: INTM), the Internet Industry Portal, today announced that it will be offering four paid seminars in November and December, each focusing on a different issue pertaining to the Internet industry. Seminar topics will include search engines, business-to-consumer e-mail strategies, building dynamic Web sites and the transition from being an ISP to becoming an ASP.
Search Engine Strategies 2000 will take place on November 9, 2000 at the Adam's Mark Hotel in Dallas, TX. Moderated by search engine expert Danny Sullivan, Search Engine Strategies 2000 features presentations and panel discussions that cover all aspects of search engine-related promotion, including: Back to the Basics (get up to speed with how search engines work), Search Engine Friendly Design (how to build a site from the ground up that pleases both search engines and your visitors), Banners & Beyond (the unique aspects of buying banners and links at search engines), Smart Submitting (tips on helping your pages make it into both crawler-based and human-powered search engines) and Meet the Search Engines (representatives from various crawler-based search engines will take questions from attendees). Join us at this unique one-day event and learn the ins-and-outs of search engine marketing from top experts in the field. This event will be sponsored by Subjex.com (http://www.subjex.com), presented by SearchEngineWatch.com and hosted by internet.com.
B2C E-mail Strategies, a ClickZ conference, will take place November 14-15, 2000 at the Hilton Long Beach in Long Beach, CA. Learn real-world business-to-consumer e-mail strategies from industry experts including what's hot and what's not, optimizing e-mail campaigns, how to acquire more customers, the art of conversation and e-mail savvy creative. Attend this two-day conference and fast-track your company's e-mail marketing success with hard facts and expert how-to advice that you can apply immediately. For a full list of sponsors and exhibitors, please visit (http://www.clickzconference.com/lb2000nov/sponsors.html).
Building Dynamic Web Sites 2000 will be held on December 6, 2000 at the Royal Sonesta in Cambridge, MA. Hosted by WebReference.com, WDVL.com, WebDeveloper.com and internet.com, Building Dynamic Web Sites 2000 will show you how to manage your Web site better by separating content from display through a dynamic site structure. This one-day crash course will show you how to move from a flat-file nightmare to an easy-to-manage database-driven set up. You'll learn how database-driven sites work, what the major software components are, the basics of database management and how to convert your existing flat-file site to a platform that can grow and evolve your business.
From ISP to ASP will be held on December 11, 2000 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco, CA. Brought to you by ASPnews.com, ASP Island.com, ISP-Lists.com, ISP-Planet.com and produced by internet.com, the keynote speaker and moderator of this one-day event will be Phil Waineright, Founder and Managing Editor of ASPnews.com. From ISP to ASP is the first event created to help Internet access and hosting providers build their businesses. Industry experts will help you identify your assets and capitalize on the opportunity of providing distributed applications. Attend From ISP to ASP and learn what it takes to profit as an ASP from those that are doing it.
Anyone interested in any of these internet.com seminars should go to http://seminars.internet.com for more information and to register. 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 will also be running 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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