28 Jan '14, 10pm

Tlds are coming and my enthusiasm is only increasing!

DomainFest organizers obviously think the answer is yes and the well run show has certainly drawn well in its previous runs in both Hollywood and Santa Monica. In February 2013 more than 600 domain name investors, registrars, hosting companies, startups, advertising providers and online marketing companies from 25 countries attended the conference. Debra Domeyer , CEO of DomainSponsor's parent, Oversee.net , said, ”We are bringing DomainFest back to Hollywood and its roots . With a tradition of networking, learning, and getting deals done, we’re delighted to be back. Our goal is to once again deliver a great conference with excellent speakers, rich content, and fun entertainment.” A DomainFest press release said "Domain owners, new gTLD Name Providers, Domain Registrars, Online Marketers, Affiliates and Startups attending DomainFest

Full article: http://dnjournal.com/lowdown.htm

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