Domain conferences are not solely for selling domains

Many domain investors that do not attend domain conferences actively, view them as a vehicle for selling domains from their inventory. When I attended TRAFFIC 2008 in Orlando, Florida, I too had … [Continue reading]

Domain auctions : Don’t rely on the seller’s disclaimer

Domain auctions on several venues, such as Sedo and Flippa, come with a detailed description by the seller. Typically, a domain listing's description might contain information on the domain's … [Continue reading]

Five reasons NamesCon 2016 was a turning point for the domain industry

NamesCon 2016 was a turning point, as far as domain conferences go; it is also a pivotal point for the domain industry. Its organizers have extensive data about attendance and other important … [Continue reading]

Thoughts and recollections from attending NamesCon 2016

When I thanked Richard Lau and the NamesCon Team in advance, I had no doubt in my mind that they'd produce a stellar domain conference. Spending several days in Las Vegas can take its toll, … [Continue reading]

An early “thank you” to Richard Lau & Team for NamesCon

NamesCon 2016 is a few days away, and I'm excited to be arriving in Las Vegas this coming Saturday. This will be my 4th domain conference in Vegas since 2010, and the 3rd time attending Richard … [Continue reading]