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Cloud Expo 2010 West Santa Clara Sponsor Publicity Program Announced

Cloud Expo West offers unmatched sponsor / speaker exposure for any IT event anywhere in the world!

Cloud Expo (TM) 2010 West - Santa Clara 
Pre-Show Publicity  
Unmatched Sponsor / Speaker Exposure Anywhere in the World!

By employing the most effective and powerful marketing tools in tech media for more than 15 years, SYS-CON Events, Inc. and Cloud Expo, Inc. intensively pre-publicize Cloud Expo 2010 West - Santa Clara via an unmatched number of channels.

Cloud Expo, Inc. publicity platforms include multiple news syndication channels, more than a dozen Ulitzer.com channels, multiple Twitter feeds that are amplified to hundreds of thousands of followers, as well as Cloud Expo's "Most Powerful Cloud Bloggers" platform with millions of page views at http://CloudComputingExpo.com.

Cloud Expo 2010 West Extended to Four Days and 100,000 SqFt Show Floor!

All of the following news and content channels are owned and maintained by Cloud Expo, Inc.

General News Channels:
SYS-CON.com - http://www.sys-con.com
Cloud Computing Journal - http://cloudcomputing.sys-con.com
Virtualization Journal - http://virtualization.sys-con.com
Java Developer's Journal - http://java.sys-con.com
Web 2.0 Journal - http://web2.sys-con.com
AJAX World Magazine - http://ajax.sys-con.com
SOA World Magazine - http://soa.sys-con.com
Open Source Magazine - http://opensource.sys-con.com
Web Security Journal - http://security.sys-con.com
.NET Developer's Journal - http://dotnet.sys-con.com
Linux Developer's Journal - http://linux.sys-con.com
Oracle Developer's Journal - http://oracle.sys-con.com
Red Hat Developer's Journal - http://redhat.sys-con.com
Eclipse Developer's Journal - http://eclipse.sys-con.com
Adobe Flex Journal - http://flex.sys-con.com



Cloud-Specific News Channels:
Ulitzer.com - http://www.ulitzer.com
Cloud Computing on Ulitzer - http://cloudcomputing.ulitzer.com
Cloud Computing for SMBs - http://smb-cloud.ulitzer.com
Cloud Hosting Journal - http://cloudhosting.ulitzer.com
Cloud Interoperability Magazine - http://cloudinterop.ulitzer.com
Cloud Security Journal - http://cloudsecurity.ulitzer.com
Cloud Backup & Recovery Journal - http://cloudbackup.ulitzer.com
Cloud Computing & Open Source Journal - http://opensourceclouds.ulitzer.com
Cloud Collaboration Journal - http://e-collaboration.ulitzer.com
OpenNebula Cloud Journal - http://opennebula.ulitzer.com
Secure Cloud Journal - http://securecloud.ulitzer.com
Infrastructure 2.0 Journal - http://infrastructure20.ulitzer.com/

Cloud Expo (TM) 2010 West - Santa Clara
On-Site Publicity
Widest Press Coverage for Any IT Show Anywhere!

The event is streamed live to more than 50,000 concurrent viewers at any given time throughout the three days. All key media outlets, technology journalists, and press are VIP-invited to Cloud Expo 2010 West - Santa Clara.

SYS-CON.TV produces and broadcasts the most viewed tech interviews with movers and shakers and simulcasts "Power Panels" right from the show floor!

Cloud Expo (TM) 2010 West - Santa Clara
Post-Show Publicity
Widest Online Coverage for Any IT Show at All Times!


Cloud Expo 2010 West - Santa Clara website is one of the highest ranking cloud-specific sites in the world with live "original" content updated every hour around the clock!

CloudComputingExpo.com receives in many cases as much traffic for sponsors after an event as we do before and during the show, through the combined effect of so much on-demand follow-up collateral - SYS-CON.TV on-demand versions of all Power Panels, as well as individual one-on-one interviews and all General Sessions, which we record in the main keynote room as they happen and make available online afterwards.

SYS-CON Events, Inc. Twitter Channels:
http://twitter.com/CloudExpo
http://twitter.com/VirtualizationE
http://twitter.com/SOAWorldExpo
http://twitter.com/AjaxRIAexpo
http://twitter.com/sysconmedia
http://twitter.com/GonzalezCarmen
http://twitter.com/FuatKircaali
http://twitter.com/Ulitzer

Online coverage after each event is usually as substantial as it is before...follow-up analysis and news and views lasts for many weeks afterwards.



Cloud Expo, Cloud Expo East, Cloud Expo West, Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud Expo Tokyo, Cloud Expo Prague, Cloud Expo Hong Kong, Cloud Expo Sao Paolo are trademarks and /or registered trademarks of Cloud Expo, Inc.

More Stories By Corinna Melcon

Corinna is Advertising Sales Manager at SYS-CON Media and Cloud Expo, Inc. Each month SYS-CON Media reaches over two million i-technology professionals through its specialty online journals, conferences, and education programs.

You can contact Corinna with advertising or events questions or comments via email at "corinna (at) sys-con.com" or at her home page corinnamelcon.ulitzer.com, or by phone at 201 802-3026.

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