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Session voting is now open for Affiliate Summit West 2012 through Monday, October 17th.

This time around, I am on a panel called “12 Out-of-the-Box Affiliate Promotions” with a great group of folks, in which we will be discussing various promotions and how to develop, implement and analyze them.

To vote for us, you'll need to create an account if you are planning to attend Affiliate Summit West 2012.

Just click the Register link and then submit a user name and email. A password will be emailed to you.

If you don’t see it right away, check your spam folder for an email with the subject, “[Vote for Affiliate Summit Sessions] Your username and password” from


Please vote for us now at and while you're there, check out all of the other terrific sessions.

You can also check out a list of the most popular sessions here.

See you in Las Vegas!

Affiliate Summit is using a different process this time around to select speaker proposals. In the past, speaker proposals were voted on by the Affiliate Summit Advisory Board, and those with the most votes were chosen.

But everybody has a vote for Affiliate Summit East 2010!

We've posted the 100+ speaker proposals we've received and we need your help.

The speaker proposals have been pared down to the titles, speakers, descriptions, and classifications (experience level and main subject).

You can vote for submissions you'd like to see at Affiliate Summit East 2010 by clicking the arrow next to the proposed session. You may vote for as many sessions as you'd like. Voting will be open through May 14, 2010.

Create an account now at and start voting.

Speakers for Affiliate Summit will be chosen based on the combined votes from the public and the Affiliate Summit Advisory Board.

Please note: all speaker prospects were given strict session title and description character/word limit guidelines and signed off that all spelling and grammar was accurate. If the submissions went over their alloted limitations, they were cut short and replaced with “…”