Connecting the Dots: Combating five myths about new gTLDs

Connecting the Dots makes its triumphant return with one familiar face, and one new co-host! The show is still dedicated to bringing you the latest news and information about the domain industry with an eye on investing and making money in domain names. In this episode, Jebidiah and new co-host, Marc Gawith, run down the five biggest misconceptions about new domain extensions. These myths could be costing you money as a domain investor, so be sure to register at, and watch live on April 18th, 2017 at 10 a.m. PST. Here’s everything you need to know about our five myths webcast:

April 18th, 2017
10 a.m. PST

In this edition of Connecting the Dots, Jebidiah Burnett and Marc Gawith cover some of the most pressing headlines in domains. They’ll also be discussing:

  • The acquisition of registrar Enom and what it means for you
  • What makes a good or bad domain name for end users
  • The five biggest misconceptions about new domain names, and how eliminating them can help your bottom line
  • A new pricing model for high-value domain renewals

This 30-minute webcast is packed with domain industry news from the last couple of months. We’re excited to welcome Marc to the show to get his unique perspective as a 12-year veteran of the industry. The number of webcast attendees is limited, so register for your spot now at, and watch 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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