Vote: My Book and Speaking Proposal for Affiliate Summit East 2013

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There are two polls (going on at this time) that I’d like to draw your attention to.

My Book

A week ago I was pleased to learn that my latest book — Affiliate Program Management: An Hour a Day — was nominated for a 2013 Small Business Book Award [see my original announcement of it here]. It is especially exciting to see it being nominated in the Classics category.

The voting is open through March 26, 2013 (11:59 pm Pacific time).



I would really appreciate your support in the voting there.

My Speaking Appearance

There is no other conference in the world at which I have presented as many times as I’ve spoken at Affiliate Summit. I have been speaking at it for the past 5 years; often — more than once a year; 8 times total.

I have once again applied to speak at the upcoming Affiliate Summit which is set to take place in Philadelphia on August 18-20, 2013. There are two proposed sessions in which I may take part are (1) a solo presentation:

And a panel:

If you would like to see/hear me speak in Philadelphia in August, please cast your vote (by clicking on the above screenshots | it will also require you to register) for the any (or both) of the above sessions. The voting there is open through March 18, 2013 [see the original announcement here].

Many thanks in advance for your support.

About Geno Prussakov

CEO & Founder of AM Navigator – an award-winning OPM agency. Founder & Chair of Affiliate Management Days conference. Author of bestselling "A Practical Guide to Affiliate Marketing" (2007) and "Affiliate Program Management: An Hour a Day" (2011), speaker, consultant, and affiliate marketing evangelist.

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2 Responses to “Vote: My Book and Speaking Proposal for Affiliate Summit East 2013”

  1. Alexander says:

    Geno, you’ve got my vote. Your book is really great and helped me a lot!

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