I bought my first domain name over 12 years ago for $70 and sold it a few years later for $10,000. I guess I've been hooked on the magical allure of domain names ever since. In fact, that's one of the reasons I now work at Tucows, the largest domain name wholesaler in the world, where I get to think about domain names all day long.
If you'd like to learn how to protect your domain names, increase your website traffic, and outmaneuver your competitors, join me at the BC AIM Direct Marketing Day, November 8, 2007 in Vancouver, Canada.
I will be giving an informative yet fun presentation entitled "Domain Name Karate: The ‘Ancient’ Art of Maximizing and Defending Your Domain Names." I'll be demonstrating my secret Domain Name Karate moves like "The Quiet Warrior," "The Five Blades," and "The Peacock’s Feather." I might even be persuaded to share "The Green Volcano" with those in attendance, but only if I have a spotter.
Seriously, I'm looking forward to sharing what I've learned about domain names over the last 12 years.
Of course, I'm not the only reason to attend BC AIM Direct Marketing Day. Other featured speakers include Stefan Tornquist from MarketingSherpa and Kyle MacDonald (a.k.a. the One Red Paperclip guy).
I hope you can make it. Visit http://www.bcaim.org/dmday for all the details.
Domain name expert Bill Sweetman is the President & Lead Ninja of Name Ninja, a boutique domain name consulting firm that helps companies acquire, manage, protect, and profit from their domain names. Bill has provided strategic domain name advice to major companies around the world for over 20 years.
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