Affiliate Summit West Meet Market

Written by Zac Johnson
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Today was the first real big networking event for Affiliate Summit West. The Meet Market is made up of several different companies, each with their own tables. The Meet Market is a smaller version of the Exhibit Hall. This gives the opportunity for every one to meet after registration and for any companies who could not utilize the full exhibit hall area. Two years ago when the Meet Market was first introduced, I remember there were just a few tables, now the event is a big thing. There are currently around 2,700 registered attendees for Affiliate Summit West 2008… this should be exciting!

Since the Meet Market is located right outside the registration area, it’s a great opportunity to meet up with everyone attending the event. Here are a few pictures from who I’ve run into so far.


Longtime friends Shawn Collins and Rachel Honoway


BlogWorld CEO & Organizer Rick Calvert


Also met up with my Super Affiliate Panel partner Amit Mehta.


Official Affiliate Summit Blog Room Captain, Mark Wielgus.


Affiliate Summit Founders, Shawn Collins, a (Little Penguin) & Missy Ward.

Lastly, here is what a table looks like at the Affiliate Summit Meet Market. I’m pictured here with Dale from Things From Another World (tfaw.com). As you probably already know, I love anything relating to comics and marvel.TFAW’s booths are always loaded up with cool stuff and Dale always hooks me up with some goodies. They are always one of my favorite booths to visit! You can earn up to 14% of each sale, when you join the TFAW.com Affiliate Program.

Tonight I will be attending the MaxBounty Wine Cellar Party at the Rio, then heading over to the Shareasale Party at the Rio. Stay tuned for more pics and updates!

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15 Replies to “Affiliate Summit West Meet Market”

  1. With those events it's nice to meet people you know from blogs, forums, IM, etc. also in real life!

  2. I always hear great stories about the parties organized by the advertising networks. They really take care off their affiliates. If you have the change you should go.

    It's also great for network purposes!

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