The Cybernet Expo, slated for June 10-12 at the Golden Gateway Hotel in downtown San Francisco, will feature two full days of seminars designed for adult Internet businesses.
The event's technology seminars will cover topics such as modern HTML design and traffic analysis, and content-production seminars will include topics like working with models and turning raw digital content into Web-ready media.
Legal and political seminars will provide a look at current topics related to adult Internet law, business law, legislation and litigation, and how the industry can work with the government.
Marketing seminars will cover topics like branding products, services or companies, and how to keep an affiliate program competitive in a market that is filled with free porn.
"One thing we haven't done at Cybernet Expo is join the epidemic of overthinking," said Connor Young, president of the YNOT Network, which hosts the Cybernet Expo. "Instead, we've stuck to what works for attendees year in and year out. ... We find that when we stick to what works - meaning putting the right speakers, the right topics and the right information in front of our attendee audience - participants come away getting real value from Cybernet Expo seminars."
LAJ, director of operations for the Cybernet Expo, said the event's seminars are "really second to none."
"YNOT has been around since 1996, and Cybernet Expo got started in 1998. That's a whole lot of industry experience that goes into the planning of seminars. It affects everything from picking relevant and useful topics to selecting speakers who actually know what they're talking about. Our seminars always get rave reviews from attendees."
The corporate sponsors for Cybernet Expo are DatingGold.com, AEBN/Naked Sword, Rackco.com, FlashCash.com and CoreMetrics.com. The conference sponsor is YappoDollars.com, and the registration sponsor is High Def Riches. Hospitality will be provided by AdultPaymaster.com and attorney Eric M. Bernstein.
Registered attendees will have access to parties and events such as the "XXXIronMan" competition, the opening-night party hosted by Cybersocket.com, D-Money's "Rock the Ball" concert and Kink.com's "Make Porn Not War" event at the San Francisco Armory Building.
For more information, discounted registration or to book a hotel room, visit CybernetExpo.com.