We often celebrate the fast-paced world of domain investing on Connecting the Dots, but the foundations of this lucrative market are still rooted in the end users of domain names. All over the world, entrepreneurs are building their businesses on the back of a solid domain, and the next generation of startup companies are increasingly looking to new gTLDs to position themselves online. In the upcoming webcast, Jebidiah and Marc chat with Will Jamieson, CEO of live video platform Stream, to discuss his company’s brand strategy and transition from Stre.am to Stream.LIVE. Be sure to register at CTD.live/latest, and watch the broadcast on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 10 a.m. PDT. Here’s everything you need to know about our webcast with Will Jamieson:
Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017
10 a.m. PDT
No matter how you’re connected to the domain industry, understanding how end users think and feel about domain names is crucial to success. If you’re an entrepreneur, you need to secure a strong, brandable domain to find and engage your customers online. If you’re a domain investor, you need to get into the head of end users if you want to reach this huge addressable market.
In this edition of Connecting the Dots, Will Jamieson, CEO of Stream, sits down with Jebidiah Burnett and Marc Gawith to discuss brand strategy in the age of new gTLDs. They will be covering:
- How Stream made a move from the Stre.am domain to Stream.LIVE
- Why startups should be investing early in their brand
- SEO considerations when securing a domain name
- What end users look for when they’re in the market for a domain
This 30-minute webcast will include tips for domainers, business owners, and everyone in between. If you’ve ever had a question about the essential link between branding and domains, this is the perfect episode for you. The number of webcast attendees is limited, so register for your spot now at CTD.live/latest, and watch our previous episodes.
Special Offer: Webcast attendees will receive a very exclusive promotional offer during the episode – be sure to tune in.