Anyone who is serious about affiliate marketing has undoubtedly been following the 2015 news on eBay Enterprise closely.

I, in turn, am super excited to have them express interest and return to sponsor our San Francisco conference in 2016.

The relationship between AM Days and eBay Enterprise started in 2014 when they gave our show a try on the Bronze Level and the company’s co-founder and CEO, Michael Jones, participated on the conference’s keynote panel on The Future Affiliate Network. In 2015 they returned to sponsor Affiliate Management Days again, but this time two levels higher — on the Gold Level, sponsoring also one of the two tracks of breakout sessions.

In 2016 they will be back again, and once more on the Gold Level!

Here is a bit more information about what they are and what they do:

eBay Enterprise Affiliate Network (formerly PepperJam Exchange) is known throughout the affiliate marketing industry for their high-touch services combined with unmatched results. Leveraging exclusive distribution, innovative solutions and strategic thought leadership in performance marketing, we build solutions for advertisers that bridge affiliate marketing with online, offline, mobile and social attribution.

With the ability to support both US and international currency, eBay Enterprise Affiliate Network empowers advertisers to expand their global footprint for international success. [source]

Thank you for your continuous support, eBay Enterprise! We are also looking forward to hearing Michael Jones’s insights on the “2016 Affiliate State of the Union” keynote panel on Day 2 of AM Days 2016.

If you are reading this, and would like to find out more about how to get brand exposure (and new business!) through AM Days, check out our 2016 sponsorship opportunities here.

And if you’re planning to attend the show, remember that the Super Early Bird pricing expires in just about a week. Save up to $300.00 by registering by the EOD Friday, December 18, 2015.

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