The more we hear about the London Affiliate Conference 2014, the more exciting it sounds. If you want to know about the best ways to get other players tuned into offerings such as The Art of Games games and how best to make a profit from it for yourself, then this is absolutely going to be the best place to be, with an impressive panel of experts already confirmed. This will be the eighth time which the conference has taken place, and it will be between February the sixth and the ninth at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre.

The expert presenters who will be speaking at the conference are going to include Brian Dean, the owner of Backlinko; Chris Harrison, the industry manager of eGaming at Google; Dave Gowans, the senior conversion consultant at the Conversion Factory; Dele Sikuade, the business adviser and technical architect for Countersoft; Jon Friedberg, from Pokertrip Enterprises Inc; and Jon Matonis, the board director at the Bitcoin Foundation. After releasing the lineup of speakers who will be attending, Alex Pratt, Head of iGaming Business, stated, “We are delighted to announce our latest speakers for the London Affiliate Conference. With such a wide-range of expert speakers we are delighted to be offering our delegates a deeper insight of the industry.” This list is added to three other speakers who had already been confirmed: Scott Polk, the vice president of Internet marketing for ObsidianEdge Marketing; Lisa Myers, the CEO and owner of Verve Surge; and Judith Lewis, the head of search at Beyond. All of these speakers are highly respected within their own industries, and are sure to provide a wealth of information which is going to enhance the experience of anyone who chooses to attend and to be present for their talks.

The conference aims to provide professionals with updates on the current online gambling industry, as well as giving them tips on techniques which will ensure their success. Some of the session topics which are going to be on offer include the YouTube opportunity; branding without burning; technical SEO architecture; Bitcoin: friend or foe; real money skill gaming; content marketing for affiliates; and more. As well as how much the tickets will cost and what you need to do in order to get a place for each of the talks. The conference is also going to host the iGaming Business Affiliate Awards, so if you are an affiliate of iGaming Business then you will be able to attend the conference free of charge, which is fantastic news for those of you who may be thinking of going. You can expect plenty of fantastic opportunities to learn about the industry and to further your and standing within it, as well as getting the chance to meet professionals who might either be able to help you out, or simply give you great advice about where to go next with your affiliate programs and how to get more people joining up to them.