On October 2nd and 3rd, the Digital October Center will play host to Kinza 2014, Russia’s first conference designed specifically for webmasters and monetizers. While many different kinds of SEO conferences are held every year, there are practically no conferences at all designed for you and me: the webmasters and monetizers who capitalize on the websites. There are no special events aimed at us, either.
But it looks like this will be our chance to fix all of that.
We’d like to tell you a little bit about Kinza 2014, the first major Russian conference designed for webmasters. There are 360 seats available in the conference hall and 1,200 spaces available for viewing the online conference broadcast designed for those who won’t be able to make it to Moscow.
The conference’s main topics will center around the monetization of:
- contextual advertising (RSYa, Adsense)
- CPA and partner programs
- commercial court
- the buying and selling of websites
A brief overview of Kinza 2014:
- 2 days of practical training and case studies focusing on the monetization of websites
- Time for meeting and socializing with other webmasters
- Roundtable featuring special speakers
- Reception with contests and prizes at the end
- New contacts with potential business partners
- Partner-sponsored gifts, bonuses, and competitions
Kinza 2014 Speakers
Alexei Terekhov – PR Director of AdmitAD, a major advertising network;
Konstantin Leonovich – Project Manager for Sape;
Dmitry Shakhov – well-known RuNet monetizer;
Roman Shiryaev – Internet businessman, designer of monetization marathons for various websites, along with the Puzat.ru project;
Alexander Kuznetsov – known throughout RuNet as the CPA King, commercial court specialist;
Alexey Kuteinikov – Director of ForumHouse.ru, a major building project;
Vadim Kurilo – Internet businessman with 7 years of experience under his belt, creator of kurilo.pro;
Artem Tsympov – Technical Director of Eski.mobi, company expert on mobile traffic and mobile websites;
Nikolay Aleksandrov – Internet businessman specializing in MFA;
Evgeny Koshkin – expert in the acquisition and sale of websites and in the monetization thereof ;
Vadim Pershin – representative of the Klik media agency;
Vadim Rogovsky – Director of Clickky (targeted media and mobile advertising);
Leonid Rumyantsev – renowned usability expert whose clients include nic.ru, rookee.ru, seopult.ru and others.
The conference will be presided over by Nail Baikov (MegaIndex.TV, Seopult.TV).
You can find the topics and arguments of the various speakers’ presentations on the official Kinza website.
If you’re interested, follow Kinza on social media:
- youtube.com/kinzapro (educational videos featuring speakers, etc.)
How to participate in the conference:
Register on the official website: http://kinza.pro
The cost of the event – along with the excitement surrounding it – is constantly growing: the closer the start of the conference draws, the more expensive participation packages will become. This includes the online broadcast, standard live participation, and VIP participation.
We recommend that you register for the conference now.
P.S. In general, the monetization of websites is something that happens behind closed doors. And we totally understand those people who would rather not flaunt themselves or toot their own horns. It’s not every day that someone who’s already accomplished something, “gets the game”, makes good money, and is still willing to share his secrets on this subject.
And when people like this are prepared to share their insights with others, it’s fantastic. That’s why you simply must attend Kinza 2014 (or, if you aren’t able to come to Moscow, why you should take part in the online broadcast).