Rocky Mountain Domain Conference Coming

Domain ConferenceAs I was skiing at Stowe last weekend, I was thinking about how cool it will be for domain investors who attend the Rocky Mountain Domain Conference in less than two weeks. Unfortunately, my ski trip out west is not taking place until after the conference, otherwise I would probably drop by to say hello.

The agenda looks like it’s going to be full of interesting speakers, and I think it’s going to be a small enough conference that you can do some very good networking. Bill Mushkin from, Jason Boshoff of Domain Holdings, and Braden Pollock are all scheduled to speak. I don’t believe I’ve heard any of them speak publicly before.

The conference will be held in downtown Denver, Colorado on February 26, 2011 from 10:30am to 6:30pm, and I would bet that there will be networking later than that. The following day, there will be a skiing and snowboarding trip at Copper Mountain Resort in Summit County, Colorado. Conference organizers have worked out a special discounted rate for that, and they’ve also worked out a special rental deal if you don’t want to bring your ski equipment.

I wish I was going to be able to make it to the RMDC. Hopefully this will be the first of more to come.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn


  1. I’m going to Colorado next week, and half fancy attending. I have heard Jason speak before and he’s very good, and i’m sure the same is true of the others.

    So, maybe the conference is worth a spin.. if it’s free to get in that is, HAHa 🙂

    Richard Currently!

  2. Having never been to a conference, I have to ask…is there enough of a market to warrant what seems to be monthly events?

    What difference is there between one conference and another?

    • @ AB

      I don’t think there are as many this year.

      I have gained quite a bit from going to conferences. Met many new clients and had the chance to see longtime clients and friends. If you start making a good amount of money (whatever “good” is for you) and you can afford to go, I would urge it.

  3. Thanks so much for writing about our event Elliot! If anyone has a question, feel free to email me (mike at Registration is closing on Thursday, February 24th and can only be completed online. We’re very excited to host the first domain conference in Denver!


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Recent Posts

Rookie Mistake: Reading Expiry Lists at Breakfast

Every morning, as early as I am awake, I look through domain name expiry lists to see what is coming up for auction. I'll...

GoDaddy Auctions Running NameFind Auctions

GoDaddy is running a featured auction via its GoDaddy Auctions platform with domain names from its NameFind portfolio. While I would argue the domain...

Spaceship Hits 1 Million DUM – Only 13% of New Registrations are .com

Earlier this morning, Richard Kirkendall shared that Spaceship hit the 1 million Domains Under Management (DUM) mark. Richard is the Founder of Namecheap and...

Converse.CO UDRP Decision Turns on Price Inference

In general, I thought UDRP panels have gotten past the issue of pricing as it relates to generic / descriptive one word domain names....

Ebbs and Flows of Domain Investing

My domain investment portfolio has grown from around 500 domain names to around 2,000 domain names in the last several years. Even at that...