Hubpeople representatives to attend Gaelic Webmasters Conference, 2016, in Ireland

Posted by Toby Morris on November 09, 2016

The three day event, which runs from the 21st - 23rd June, offers online Media buyers and sellers, Webmasters, Program Partners and Service Providers the opportunity to network and discuss key industry issues within the beautiful setting of Killashee Hotel, Naas.

Throughout the three day conference key industry speakers will provide insight into their specialist areas - Hubpeople are delighted to announce that Business and Marketing Manager, William Soares Pinto has been invited to speak on two of these panels - ‘Online Dating’ providing news from the online dating scene, the panel will offer insight on: 

• Advertising possibilities within dating,
• Traffic conversion,
• Desktop v’s Mobile dating

Whilst on day two William will join the Mobile v’s Desktop - Affiliate management discussion examining:

• Which Geos are profitable,
• Important tools for mobile media buying,
• As a publisher how best to manage mobile traffic.

William, Business Development & Marketing Manager at HubPeople speaks an impressive four languages.  His presence at many of the world’s high profile industry shows makes him a valuable source across the global online dating scene. With a talent for improving user engagement and increasing conversions, William’s passion lies in adopting a flexible approach across different businesses – enabling him to create a bespoke service to cater to each of their unique needs.

“Attending this Gaelic conference feels especially exciting for me”, explained William, “with Hubpeople based just across the water in the Isle of Man and sharing the Gaelic connections with Manx and Irish culture.”

He went on to explain, “As always I am thrilled to share insight with some of the most knowledgeable people within the industry both on the panel and face to face allowing me meet up and answer any questions one to one - let me know if you would like to arrange a meeting you will find me there - your Irish leprechaun and guide you to the pot full of gold at the end of the rainbow.”

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