MADISON, S.D. - Representatives from CommissionSoup will attend the B-to-B Interactive Marketing Conference in Scottsdale, AZ. CommissionSoup President Darin Namken and Marketing Director Ann Garry will attend the conference at the Westin Kierland Resort September 11-13.
CommissionSoup is an e-business marketing solutions provider with corporate offices in Madison, S.D. Through their performance-based affiliate network, CommissionSoup connects online marketers with quality programs to maximize earnings on traffic and generate top sales. CommissionSoup works with companies throughout the country, continuously enhancing their line-up of product offerings.
"As an e-business marketing company, it is important to keep ahead of the latest trends and practices affecting our industry," said Namken. "Any time we have an opportunity to learn about new tools to effectively market online, we take full advantage. This allows us to provide the most valuable services to our clients."
The B-to-B Interactive Marketing Conference consists of a variety of educational events including courses on writing for the web, e-mail strategies, search engine marketing and RSS feeds. Namken and Garry will attend the full conference including intensive workshops on integrating online and offline demand generation for increased ROI and web analytics.
The CommissionSoup affiliate network is user-friendly and has many attractive and distinctive features to provide marketers with the resources to be profitable when participating in programs in the network. CommissionSoup is also committed to consumers, offering several of their own Web sites designed to help consumers find a variety of credit-related products from credit cards to loans.
"The B-to-B Interactive Marketing Conference is an excellent way for us to learn new and unique ways to market online," said Namken. "If there is a better way to do something, we want to hear about it. The internet is always evolving and new products come out every day. It is up to us as an e-business marketing company to be aware of these developments."
Visit www.commissionsoup.com for more information or to enroll in the CommissionSoup network.