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Young Named President of YNOT

Young Named President of YNOT

YNOT Network has announced that industry veteran Connor Young, who has served as editor-in-chief of webmaster resource site YNOT.com for the past several years, has been promoted to president of YNOT Network LP.

Young will take over the business direction of YNOT Network, which includes YNOT.com.

“Considering that I first started using YNOT as a webmaster back in 1997, I’m both thrilled and a little humbled to be taking over here and helping this company reach new heights,” says Young. “YNOT is the original adult webmaster resource site, and the company has fought hard for its reputation for honesty and integrity. YNOT is universally known as a place where ethical adult webmasters can get the information they need to run a successful online business. I’m very proud to continue my part with this great company and to serve as president of YNOT.”

YNOT Vice President Jay “LAJ” Kopita says that Young will keep YNOT moving in the right direction.

“Connor and I have worked well together for several years now, and even before that I was a big fan of his industry articles,” says Kopita. “He’s a very bright and capable guy, and he has a ton of great ideas about the future of YNOT. I’m definitely confident that we have the right guy for the job.”

Young started in the online adult entertainment business in 1997 and has worked in both the creative and business side of the industry. He served as editor-in-chief of TheAdultWebmaster.com before that website was acquired by YNOT Network in 2003. Young also sits on the Board of Directors of the Free Speech Coalition.

Young replaces former YNOT President Jim Ruga, who will head up specialty projects at YNOT.

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