domain industry, domains, registrar, registries, NamesCon
It’s not long to NamesCon Online and despite attending from 12am until 7am my local time I can’t wait for it. I’m getting all geared up for my various presentations and pulling from our masses of data at ParkLogic so attendees can get a great amount of value from the sessions.
Make sure that you check out the following sessions that I am conducting and remember that the MasterClass sessions have a limit of 50 people so get in early…..in the meantime, enjoy this week’s statistics.
Wed, Jan 27
17:35 Investing in Domains as a Business, Not a Hobby
18:00 MasterClass – Professional Traffic Monetization
Thu, Jan 28
16:20 State of Domain Traffic Monetization
16:45 MasterClass – Increasing revenue and managing risk through traffic quality
Fri, Jan 29
16:15 MasterClass – Running a Structured Traffic Test
17:15 The Future of Domain Monetization
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For over a decade Michael has been writing on online business, entrepreneurship, and life. In addition, he has interviewed many Internet industry luminaries including: Colin Campbell (.club), Rick Schwartz (the domain king), Howard and Barbara Neu (TRAFFIC), Page Howe (The Domain Show), Stevan Lieberman (domain lawyer and investor), Dan Schindler (Donuts), Eric Lyon (Namepros), Jackson Elsegood (Escrow.com), Richard Lau (logo.com), Page Howe (thedomainshow.com), Soeren Von Varchmin (NamesCon)
About Michael Gilmour
Michael has been investing in domain names for nearly 20 years, is a co-founder of domain monetization company ParkLogic and an industry commentator via his blog whizzbangsblog.com. His analytical data driven case studies, combined with his forward creative thinking has made him an in-demand conference speaker around the world.
Michael served as a director of the prestigious Australian Internet Industry Association and contributed to forming Internet industry policies for; cyber-crime, copyright and chaired the committee for establishing the online advertising standards for Australia.