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THE Domain Conference Rolls Out New Website, Additions to Agenda & Discount Ticket Offer

With the inaugural edition of THE Domain Conference now just four months away the organizers (Howard, Barbara and Ray Neu of T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference fame) have moved preparations for their maiden voyage at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida into high gear. A brand new website has just gone live, the first additions have been made to the show agenda and a special spring discount offer will lower the price to attend to just $399 (it will go up to $699 in mid-June). To get the deal just enter the promo code TDC15 on the conference registration page

 

Web developer Brett Napoli will present continuous Word Press Workshop 
sessions at THE Domain Conference 
September 28 & 29, 2015.

THE Domain Conference will run from Saturday, September 26 through Tuesday, September 29, 2015. Saturday and Sunday will feature pre-show Cabana Networking followed by the welcoming Cocktail Party Sunday evening. The  Neus are especially excited about a key addition to the conference agenda, telling us, "For the first time at any domain investment conference, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in a Word Press Workshop with continuous hands-on one on one sessions presented by Word Press Expert Brett Napoli.  These sessions will continue through both business days, Monday and Tuesday, September 28 and 29."

Napoli is the Founder & CEO of Ambition Insight, a Web Development and Media company specializing in WordPress websites, Web Consulting, Online Publishing and Internet Entrepreneurship. The Neus said, "Brett is a seasoned developer and manager of premium websites, online publications, digital media and Internet assets. Since 2009, his online 

publications have served over 350 million ad impressions and consistently reach hundreds of thousands of unique monthly visitors." The Neus have first hand experience with Napoli as he worked with Ray Neu to developed the show's new website. 

In the upcoming weeks you can expect several announcements as the show's agenda continues to take shape - including the name of the keynote speaker. I have already committed to present the annual report on latest trends in the domain aftermarket that I gave at T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conferences over that pioneering show's decade-long run.

The Neus have found an excellent venue for their new show in the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 Hotel. I got a close up look at the property when I stayed there in February to attend a South Florida Domain Pros meeting staged at the hotel. THE Domain Conference has gotten a great rate for attendees, starting at $109 a night (with free internet and no resort  fee) but the number of rooms in their block is limited so they encourage you to make your reservations as soon as possible. 

The Hyatt Regency Pier 66 Hotel in Fort Lauderdale will
host THE Domain Conference September 26-29, 2015

(Posted May 27, 2015) 


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