I am delighted to announce that Quintura Site Search is joining the EconWomen conference in New York on October 29 as one of the sponsors.
The conference, which is organized by ContentNext Media, will focus on key strategic issues surrounding the economics of women-centric digital media. The agenda includes spotlight Q&A sessions with top executives from Hearst Magazines and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia as well as panel discussions with top executives and founders of Cond?Net, Disney Online, Yahoo! Shine, AOL, Glam Media, wowOwow, BlogHer, Dooce, and the others.
Quintura Site Search is a free, hosted interactive site search, analytics and monetization platform for web publishers and online content owners. Quintura‘s visual-based site search is being used by major women-centric online lifestyle sites in Russia with a total monthly audience of 3 million users. Those sites, which reach 25% of female audience in Russian Internet, include Passion.ru, Cosmo.ru, MissFit.ru, LeLuxe, ID4.ru, etc.
Hilary Rowland, the publisher of Hilary Magazine plans to implement Quintura Site Search on its model and talent portfolio site NewFaces.com. In lifestyle ‘vertical’, Quintura also powers site search for men’s magazine site Maxim.com with a monthly audience of over 3 million users. Complex Media, the publisher of Complex Magazine, plans to shortly introduce Quintura‘s visual-based site search on Complex.com.
I would like to thank the ContentNext team of Rachelle Crum, Billy Cramer and Rafat Ali (the founder of ContentNext Media and its flagship publication paidContent.org) for organizing the event and giving us this opportunity. Special thanks to our Chief Marketing Officer, Dennis Szerszen who will join me at the EconWomen conference on October 29.