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#Uniregistry sending its #domain brokerage team to #NamesCon 2020

Uniregistry will be attending NamesCon 2020, sending a team of domain brokers, account managers and sales people to the upcoming domain conference taking place in Austin, Texas. Note: Uniregistry is a premium sponsor of DomainGang. Here’s the announcement from Uniregistry: Join us at NamesCon 2020 – January 29 – Feb 1 in Austin, Texas The […]

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NamesCon publishes full agenda for debut Austin conference

NamesCon Global is coming up at the end of the month, and yesterday the organizers published the final agenda for the three-or-four day event, including a keynote by GoDaddy’s new CEO. Aman Bhutani, who took over the top job in September, will speak after lunch on day two of the conference, Thursday January 30, with […]

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Full NamesCon schedule released, GoDaddy CEO Aman Bhutani to keynote

Bhutani to speak at “Domain Economic Forum”. GoDaddy CEO Aman Bhutani will keynote NamesCon Global 2020. NamesCon has published the full schedule for its event taking place in Austin January 29-February 1. Aman Bhutani, who became the CEO of GoDaddy last year, will be the main keynote speaker. Bhutani will speak on January 30 at […]

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NamesCon Austin hotel sold out, new blocks announced

Conference organizers strike deals with nearby hotels. Both of NamesCon’s hotel blocks at the Omni Hotel for January’s conference in Austin have sold out. In fact, the entire hotel is now sold out for the conference. NamesCon announced today that it has arranged for discounted rates at nearby hotels. Here are the three hotels offering […]

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GoDaddy to host NamesCon auction with ROTD, submissions now open

Submissions open for January’s domain name auction, which will take place on GoDaddy’s auction platform. The annual live domain name auction at January’s NamesCon will be hosted on GoDaddy’s platform rather than NameJet. Right of the Dot (ROTD) is organizing the auction as in past years. This year’s auction will include names such as laptop.com, […]

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What to expect at NamesCon 2020 – DNW Podcast #261

Soeren von Varchmin talks about the domain investing community’s big conference in January. I spent last week in Montreal at the ICANN meeting. While there, I sat down with NamesCon CEO Soeren von Varchmin to talk about January’s conference. After many years in Las Vegas, NamesCon is moving to Austin. Soeren explains why it’s moving […]

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Domain Investing news roundup for the week of November 4th 2019

Hello, happy Sunday, and welcome to my weekly domain name news roundup. There has been a lot going on in the Domaining world with some exciting new sales getting announced along with a fresh new Shark Tank deal for a company I mentioned on my blog no too long ago. Articles discussing both can of […]

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How to go to NamesCon for cheap

Here are ways to save money on your trip to Austin. NamesCon is not an expensive conference to attend. However, two things give people pause before booking their travel. First, NamesCon set the bar so low on prices in the past by going to The Tropicana that people are having sticker shock at traveling to […]

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9 Alternative Hotel Options for NamesCon 2020

With less than 6 months away from NamesCon arriving in Austin, Texas, many hopeful attendees are making early travel and lodging plans. Elliott Silver, publisher of DomainInvesting.com, wrote about his experience in researching flights and hotels for NamesCon. I looked up the hotel rates on the NamesCon website [ for the Omni Austin Hotel Downtown […]

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Countdown to NamesCon: 3 Must-Attend Sessions For Anyone Trying To Sell More Domains

It’s official, NamesCon 2019 is less than two weeks away, and yes, I’m excited! I’ve been coming to NamesCon since it first started and have to say it has been pretty incredible to watch it continue to grow and flourish over the years. The reality is, like the Louvre, there really is too much to […]

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