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Domain Roundtable is coming back!  The conference, which was on a hiatus in 2010, will be held March 1-4, 2011 at the Atlantis Resort in  Nassau, Bahamas. Domain Roundtable is put on by Thought Convergence, the company that owns and operates, DomainTools, and Trafficz, among other leading domain companies.

The new website just went live after some aesthetic work, and organizers are now offering complementary Tuesday Excursions for the  first 100 people who register to attend. Popular excursions include behind the scenes tours, snorkeling, rum and cigar tasting, deep sea fishing, and more.

The early bird registration rate is an affordable $695, which will slowly increase to $995 as it gets closer to the conference.

As with most domain conferences, a live domain auction will be held on site, and they are now accepting domain submissions on the DRT website.

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Comments (4)

    wanna develop?

    Just visited the site, browsed around a bit… Man, I am not too crazy about it. Needs to be re-done pretty much from scratch.

    December 29th, 2010 at 8:17 pm


    I’m sure everyone will have a great time.
    Plus, what other domain meeting one could attend
    and return home with a nice tan.

    But, I’m not sure how many will attend taking
    into consideration all of the other meetings
    in a short period of time.
    (Affil, DomainFest, Traffic, Icann meeting, etc.)

    I hope the meeting is successful.

    December 30th, 2010 at 12:43 pm


    This stuff is always so expensive for people who are just starting out with domains.

    There need to be more things like this for less money.

    December 30th, 2010 at 2:00 pm

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