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On July 15th, the first ever virtual TrafficMeetUp.com will be held, bringing together various different people from around the digital marketing community. The event will be placed in online/virtual, 2.5D world based on a new platform from ExpoLike.com.

This event is very unique, as well as convenient. It will show the exhibitors and visitors as animated figures, each receiving badges as they enter the virtual showrooms. During the virtual meetup, figures can move around freely, allowing them to stop at the various stands, chat with other visitors and exhibitors, and exchange business cards for future reference. Also, since it is a virtual meetup, it eliminates traveling long distances and allows us to host events  more frequently.

Publishers and advertisers can engage and take the opportunity to meet with each other face to face in a live chat.  The show will present companies from the zones of marketing, affiliate, platform/tools, and service, with each zone located in a big trade show hall where attendees will be able to enjoy a vast selection of exhibitors.

In the auditorium, key speakers will talk about the future of online marketing and will show examples form case studies.

TrafficMeetUp.com is the place to meet digital marketers, the best agencies for global, performance and marketing agencies, publishers and advertisers, decision makers, marketing managers, E-commerce managers, affiliate managers, E-Mail marketers, bolger’s, and key buyers that will provide a unique experience—we’ll have some fun while at the same time learn about new products and services that available.

If you would like to register free as an attendee and get a reminder before the event, visit TrafficMeetUp.com.

If you would like you reserve a booth as an exhibitor, click HERE for more information.

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Murray Newlands

Murray Newlands is an online marketing industry veteran, and the founder of TheMail.

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