Connecting the Dots: NamesCon 2017 with Richard Lau

Connecting the Dots is all about introducing you to the wide world of domain investing, so of course, we wanted to bring you an episode ahead of NamesCon, the world’s premier domain name conference. Registries, registrars, and domainers from around the globe will meet in Las Vegas from January 22–25, 2017. In the upcoming webcast, Sean and Jebidiah sit down with Richard Lau, the founder of NamesCon and an experienced domain investor and consultant, to discuss the event and the year ahead in domain names. Be sure to register at, and watch live on January 19th, 2017 at 10 a.m. PST. Here’s everything you need to know about our webcast with Richard Lau:

January 19, 2017
10:00–10:30 a.m. PST

You need every advantage you can get when it comes to domain investment trends, and NamesCon, the world’s largest domain industry event, is the place to get it. Thousands of attendees come together each year to learn from domain professionals, meet with registries and registrars, and share news from around the industry.

In this edition of Connecting the Dots, Richard Lau, founder of NamesCon, has a candid conversation with Sean Ottey and Jebidiah Burnett to discuss the event’s past and future. They will be covering:

  • NamesCon’s history and recent acquisition
  • The importance of events like these to the domain industry
  • Domain name trends going into 2017

This 30-minute webcast will provide insight for those attending NamesCon 2017, or be a glimpse into the event for those that can’t make it this year. If you are as excited as we are about where the domain industry is headed, this episode is for you. The number of webcast attendees is limited, so register for your spot now at, and view our previous episodes.

Special Offer: Webcast attendees will receive a very exclusive promotional offer during the episode – be sure to tune in.


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