Sign Up to Be a .CO “VIP” at SXSW

If you’re going to the South by Southwest festival in Austin next month, you might be interested in a special offer from the .CO Registry that is available to select .CO domain name registrants. The Registry is inviting .CO domain registrants to sign up to be a “.CO VIP at SXSW.”

In short, selected VIPs will be able to attend private events and parties organized by the .CO Registry. Here’s what the .CO Registry is offering to .CO registrants who sign up and are selected:

We have a bunch of fun things planned and we’re doing it up bigger and better than last year. Aside from inviting you to some of the best parties and giving you access to top-notch content from a variety of subject experts, we’ll be hooking some .CO-ers up with great opportunities to promote their businesses.

We’ll keep you in the loop on all the crazy things we have up our sleeves. All we ask as that you keep us informed by filling out this form so we can figure out how to best hook you up in Austin. The more info you give us, the better!

I am not attending SXSW, but if I was, I would let them know about Elliot.CO! They’d probably tell me the website doesn’t make the cut, but that’s besides the point because I am not going to SXSW.

Private parties held at large events like these can make a festival like SXSW more enjoyable. It can also lead to introductions with startups and other entrepreneurs. If you own .CO domain names and are attending South by Southwest, I don’t see a reason not to sign up. At the very least, you can speak with the people who operate the registry.

If this seems like something you’d be interested in checking out, visit the .CO Registry website to read the fine print and to sign up to register.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. That sounds like Fun…
    I don’t expect to be able to attend…

    But if I did I don’t think any of
    mine would qualify either…

    Some are built out some are just landers…

    I thought I had about 5 .CO
    but I had a few more…

    Feb 2014

    ~Patricia Kaehler — Ohio USA — DomainBELL


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