Fantastic content and networking at second annual NamesCon conference.
You really missed out if you didn’t make it to Las Vegas last week for NamesCon. About 900 tickets were sold, making it the largest domain name investing conference ever.
Here are my thoughts on the show.
The Tropicana has fantastic meeting space for an event of this size. The three main session rooms were accessible directly from the exhibit floor. Everyone gathered on the exhibit hall to socialize and learn about new products, and then ducked into session rooms to catch the content they wanted.
The conference area is also separated from the rest of the hotel, so you don’t have to wade through a lot of gamblers to get to the area. Since the Tropicana is not a big gambling and eating destination, everywhere you went in the hotel you saw other NamesCon attendees without pushing through crowds.
As great as the conference area is, the rooms are pretty much the opposite. The Tropicana’s service is rather poor and the rooms have lots of flaws. One lesson I learned this year: ask for a room that doesn’t face the airport. Click here to continue reading…