The preliminary agenda for Domaining Europe has been released. The event runs over 3 days, with day 1 (Sunday) being dedicated to networking and 1 to 1 meetings. Monday and Tuesday are themed, with Monday focussing on .com and "legacy" domains, while Tuesday's focus will switch to new TLDs and future rounds. There will be a variety of talks covering: European … [Read more...] about Preliminary Agenda For Domaining Europe Released
Domaining Europe / Domaining Spain has been held for the last 8 years in Valencia, Spain. This year the event expanded with two one day events being held in Madrid and Barcelona. For 2016, however, the event's organizers want to take the "show on the road" and have just announced that the main event of 2016 will be in The Hague! The venue chosen for the event is quite … [Read more...] about Domaining Europe Moves To Holland
Is ICM Registry trying to win over domainers? According to an announcement earlier this afternoon ICM will be the overall Diamond Sponsor for T.R.A.F.F.I.C in October. The event's organiser, Rick Schwartz, obviously expects some negative backlash from the announcement as in his email he states: We know this may be met with some amount of controversy but you can't stop … [Read more...] about ICM Registry Getting Into Bed With Domainers?
Some ideas are so incredibly simple, yet they solve a very obvious problem.One such problem is domain name statistics.In this case I'm talking about parked domains. If you buy and sell domains it can help both parties to know how much traffic (and revenue) a domain is actually getting - as opposed to what the seller might like you to think. And of course getting those figures … [Read more...] about Get Independent Domain Statistics – For Free!
The TRAFFIC conference will be held in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas from January 21 to 23rd 2010. TRAFFIC, which has been running since 2004, is one of the more popular conference series in the domain industry. 2010 will see the event being held in the US, Europe and Asia - which is a first for them. Further details are available on the official site. auctions, … [Read more...] about TRAFFIC Las Vegas January 2010
So what does a ccTLD operator do when they're worried about cashflow?They go off and spend thousands on a glossy annual report obviously!The IEDR's annual report and review for 2008 is the glossiest one they've produced to date. As usual it contains plenty of fluff while ignoring anything of substance.In the Chairman's introductory statement they reveal that:"The board has … [Read more...] about IEDR Annual Report 2008 – More Fluff
While I may not be in a position to attend ... The 8th Toronto Domainer Dinner is being held this Thursday. Full details and booking here … [Read more...] about 8th Toronto Domainer Dinner
It's always nice to see someone pushing ccTLD domains as opposed to focussing solely on .com.Earlier this week ccTLDs.com was launched as a new discussion and marketplace site for domainers etc., interested in the ccTLD namespace.It will be interesting to see how this forum develops and matures. … [Read more...] about New ccTLD Domain Discussion Forum Opens
Image via CrunchBase, source unknownGoogle dropped a bit of a bombshell yesterday when they announced that they were opening up Adsense for Domains to the general public (North American publishers first).Could this be the end for some of the smaller parking companies?With Google's ever growing publisher base I suspect that some of the parking companies are going to be under … [Read more...] about Google Adsense For Domains Opens Up
Aftermarket.com's live auction for TRAFFIC down under is taking place today.Unlike SnapNames', Aftermarket.com's system is 100% browser based and cross-platform, so there are no real barriers to sale ie. if you've got a computer, a 'net connection and the money, you can bid on domains and spend money. As the auction is being held as part of TRAFFIC Down Under it's only natural … [Read more...] about Aftermarket.com Live Auction TRAFFIC Down Under