GoDaddy to Host Meetup at Cambridge HQ on 9/12

GoDaddy will be hosting a meetup for domain investors and customers at its Cambridge, Massachusetts headquarters. The meetup will be held on Wednesday, September 12th from 5pm – 8pm. Cambridge is a short drive or T ride (Kendall Square) from Boston. The GoDaddy office is located at 1 Main Street in Cambridge, at the end of the Longfellow Bridge.

There will be free food and drinks for people who come. There is no cost to attend the event. This is a good opportunity to meet some of the people who work on the Afternic side of the business selling domain names on behalf of investors.

Joe Styler, who is helping to organize the event, told me theyplan on giving people a sneak peek at what we have coming for domain investors and sharing some best practices for domain investing.”

People who are interested in attending the event are asked to RSVP by on the website that was set up for the event. I think I will be there and will see if you there if you can make it.

Elliot Silver
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    • If that were the case, why would they share the info with me to disseminate to everyone? This is open to the domain investing public not a select group.

    • Sorry, that doesn’t make sense and it does not prove your point. In fact, I think it actually proves your assumption is incorrect.

      Joe Styler asked me to publish an article on to make people aware of the meetup. I assume he asked me because I publish one of the most widely read publications in the domain investment business and more people will learn about it by reading this article.

      If this was “an event for VIP’s and high spending clients” like you suggested, he probably would have sent me an invitation and asked me NOT to write about it so the UIPs and low spending clients don’t catch wind of it.

      I think this will be a mix of people in the area – and I bet there will be quite a few who don’t do any business with GoDaddy.

        • Perhaps it wasn’t of interest them. Perhaps they didn’t think it was worth writing something I already covered. Perhaps it was sent to me because I live in Boston and would be more relevant to me. I have no idea why others didn’t write about it but I know it is open to any domain investor.

  1. Can confirm, this is an event for anyone in the domain investing community to come and see our Cambridge operation. You’ll get a chance to see the office and hang out with our product, engineering, sales, and support teams. Joe and I are trying to get as much exposure as possible because there’s nothing better for a company than direct interactions with its customers.

  2. I’m flying in from Canada for this meetup because we all know it’s not a legitimate domain name event without at least one token Canadian, eh. Thank you GoDaddy for hosting this event, and thank you Elliot for spreading the word. I look forward to making new contacts and catching up with old friends. See you in Boston!

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