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Under $500 Round Trip to Amsterdam for CAC?

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Feb/10/2009
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Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that its 7th annual  2009 Casino Affiliate Convention, taking place March 30-31, 2009 continues to have the support of super affiliates. 

"We are suddenly getting a whole bunch of people signing up to come," said CAC organizer, Marc Lesnick.  "It is looking like quite a show."

Speculation is that many people were waiting for air fares to come down and Gambling911.com has found a few that completely blew us away:  Newark to Amsterdam for close to $450 round trip?  Believe it!

CAC2009 Amsterdam is  an advanced business conference and trade show on affiliate marketing for the online gaming industry.  It traditionally attracts affiliates of all levels to the venue.  The 2008 event had over 1000 delegates, over 650 of which were affiliates.

Super-affiliates are affiliates that produce significant revenues to online casinos and poker rooms. 

Highly sought after by affiliate programs, their levels of  traffic and revenue they provide are considered by many to be "ginormous."  The Casino Affiliate Convention caters to these individuals by selecting speakers and topics that assist their advanced level traffic needs, as well as selecting the event in Dam Square, a popular and convenient location in the heart of Amsterdam.  The Amsterdam event traditionally attracts large numbers of super-affiliates.  It is estimated that 30-40% of the affiliate attendance at previous CAC events were super-affiliates.

This year's event will focus on country specific SEO as well as indutry related ethical issues.  Both subjects have ascended to being important issues to affiliates at this time. 

The event is free for affiliates.  Affiliates of the GPWA, Poker Affiliate Listings and Affiliate Guard Dog are routinely signing up for the event in advance.  Based on a review of the applications, most affiliates attending are super-affiliates.

CAC2009 will take place at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel in Amsterdam on March 30-31, 2009.

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