Domain Convergence, Great Learning Opportunity

Subscribe to Elliot's BlogThere are just a few days remaining to register for Domain Convergence, an intimate gathering of domain investors and developers just over the border in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada from October 6-8. The conference is going to provide a relaxed environment with great networking opportunities and information you can use to grow your domain-related business. This is a small conference, and the size will allow for some great discussion.
In addition, there will be a live auction hosted by Fusu. To help save you some money, the conference organizers are offering my blog readers a $100 savings simply by entering “elliotsblog” on the registration page.   I would be attending the conference if not for three prior commitments during that week that I am unable to reschedule.
The published conference agenda is below:
Oct 6, 2008
12:00 pm       Registration opens
3:30 pm       Founding Meeting of the Canadian Domain Owner’s Association
5:30 pm       Wine Tasting & Winery Dinner in Niagara on the Lake
Oct 7, 2008
9:00 am       Breakfast
10:00 am       Domain Name Monetization Options
11:30 am       Developing Domains, personal Experiences
1:00 pm       Lunch
2:30 pm       Domain Name Law
4:00 pm       Workshop: Develop this Name!
6:00 pm       Dinner
Oct 8, 2008
9:00 am       Breakfast
10:00 am       Understand your traffic
11:00 am       Don’t send your visitors away: Capturing visitor information
12:00 pm       Lunch
1:30 pm       Mass Development: Developing Domains on a large scale
2:30 pm       The best tools to develop your domains
4:00 pm       Fusu Domain Live Auction
5:00 pm       Closing remarks

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. People that are attending this conference, do so in the most exciting of times for buyers of domains. When you take into consideration the current value or buying power for the American dollar, whose value has dropped in excess of 40% since 2002. The latest auction name would have gone for well in excess of $ 1,120,000, instead of the bargain basement final sales price of $800,000.
    Anyone who thinks there is not a lot of bang for a buyers buck in this marketplace, needs to move to the back of the class. People will look back at this photo frame of the domain name market, as possibly the greatest asset opportunity, of a lifetime. But incredibly some people, right now, can not see this. This is what makes markets folks.

  2. The auction is tomorrow and I’ve scoured the web and even gone so far as to register at in the hope that then I’d see some auction info but nothing. I don’t suppose that anyone knows which domains are up for auction?


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