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March 13, 2008

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Cresta Pillsbury
VP of Business Development, E-Commerce Merchants
cresta.pillsbury@ecmta.org



Ted Murphy to Keynote 2008 eCommerce Summit in New Orleans

March 7, 2008 New York, NY – March 13, 2008 New York, NY – The E-Commerce Merchants, a leading trade association of small and medium sized e-commerce businesses, announced today that Ted Murphy, world-renowned leader in interactive marketing and founder of IZEA will be a keynote speaker at the eCommerce Summit in New Orleans on April 24th.

Mr. Murphy will be a leading a discussion entitled "The Social Media Snowball". The presentation will explore how marketers can utilize Blog Posts, Diggs, Stumbles, Tweets and other social media tools and tactics to create a virtual snowball of traffic and exposure.

"Ted is a true visionary and we are thrilled be working with him at the eCommerce Summit," commented Cresta Pillsbury, Vice President of Business Development at E-Commerce Merchants. "He is at the top of his field and we are grateful that he has agreed to share his insights on Social Media at our event."

Ted founded IZEA in early 2006, under the name PayPerPost, a company that quickly became the world's largest Consumer Generated Advertising Network. IZEA is an exhibiting sponsor at the eCommerce Summit. For more information on IZEA and Mr. Murphy, please visit http://www.izea.com/ted_murphy.html.

The New Orleans eCommerce Summit will be hosted by E-Commerce Merchants, PeSA and Infopia. The three day educational event is sponsored by many of the Internets leading companies. For more information on the event or to view the agenda, please visit http://www.ecommerce-summit.com



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