March 3rd, 2014 / Author: admin
Saturday, March 1 was day four of the third annual Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention and the virtual trade show switched up from being primarily a B-to-B event to a B-to-C event as the days was focused on porn stars and their fans.
The day consisted primarily of live cam shows, workshops and Meet & Greets featuring such performers as Audrey Hollander, Tasha Reign, Kelsey Obsession, Jimmy Durano, Stoya and Nicole Aniston. The day ended with the Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention Awards 2014 hosted by Patrick Maliha and Samantha Mack and the AEVC 2014 Awards After Party.
This was the third time I have participated in this event and it appears that it is gaining credibility as the number of attendees increases as well as the quality of the speakers and exhibitors improving. The new site design of Red Light Center seemed to make it a little easier to navigate this time. I look forward to seeing what they have in store next year. Read the rest of this entry »
March 1st, 2014 / Author: admin
This screenshots are from day three of the Third Annual Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention, AEVC 2014. It was another day of seminars and workshops with the theme slanting more towards those that are content rather than producers and marketers. The day started with Greg Piccionelli discussing crowd funding in virtual worlds and continued with such topics as pay-per-click best practices for the adult industry, how to make money in today’s market and what to expect from a PR company. There was also a Q&A session with Tera Patrick and a seminar on the art of sex with Tyomi Morgan.
Saturday will be the “fan day” for AEVC 2014 and will feature several Meet & Greets with various porn stars. The day will culminate with the Adult Entertainment Virtual Convention Awards 2014 hosted by Patrick Maliha and Samantha Mack followed by the AEVC 2014 Awards After Party. Read the rest of this entry »
February 27th, 2014 / Author: admin
The 3rd Annual Adult Entertainment Virtual Conference continued Thursday, presenting more seminars, workshops and panels in an apparent attempt to touch on every topic of interest to anyone involved in the marketing of adult products on the Internet. They are doing a pretty good job and are picking speakers that have the experience and know what they are talking about.
Today started with a workshop by Lauren MacEwenon of 7 Veils on using social media as a marketing tool; and included a seminar with Joanna Angel on running a company while continuing to be a performer. There was the Keynote Address with John Stagliano and hosted by Colin Rowntree, followed by a couple more panels on the Politics of Porn and the State of the Industry. They cover a lot of topics in a short amount of time. A quick look at tomorrow’s schedule looks to be just as busy. Read the rest of this entry »