NamesCon 2016 : Long list of things that went wrong during the domain conference

NamesCon 2016 is over.

Whether you attended the biggest domain conference of 2016 in Las Vegas, or saw parts of it being streamed at NamePros or tweeted by reputable domain bloggers, one thing is certain: NamesCon 2017 will be bigger and better.


So what went wrong during NamesCon 2016, and which parts of the domain conference would we try to fix – if we were Richard Lau, Jothan Frakes or part of the NamesCon Team?

Here is a full, long list following below.














































































































































































That’s it.


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3 Responses to “NamesCon 2016 : Long list of things that went wrong during the domain conference”
  1. Jen says:

    Great conference!

    I’m glad I had the opportunity to meet you in person!


  2. Khan says:

    Make a paid or free video recording available of all the conference sessions to those domain investors who cannot attend from across the world.

  3. @Kahn, NamePros will be publishing several keynotes, master sessions, interviews, and other events from the conference all for free. We recorded several hours of footage from NamesCon and we’re posting it all here:

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