T.R.A.F.F.I.C. New York is over but two more domain conferences will get underway outside the U.S. over the next 7 days. We have details on those events in Poland and Canada (both of which will include live domain auctions) as well as info on a pair of online auctions worth taking a look at.
Sedo has just completed the first seven-figure domain sale since the first quarter of this year – moving Invest.com for $1,015,000 through their GreatDomains premium auction site. The news come from Sedo’s Kate Donahue who is preparing for some big changes in her life.
Yep, I know my blog hasn’t been updated. Even though I actually have some full posts sitting around some place, that is if I haven’t lost them by now.
The main reason is that I’m actually moving the blog to my own server, and the move is almost done, but just I got busy with other items before concluding it… things like
* Domain Convergence (Domain Industry Conference)
* Moving some sites from one server to another
and the list goes on.
So remain patient, hopefully the move will be completed soon.
Organizers of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference completed their 12th successful run this morning in New York City. We have photos and highlights from the past 24 hours, including presentation of the annual T.R.A.F.F.I.C. Awards last night and also clue you in on show plans for 2009 and beyond.
Here are DN Journal’s photos and highlights from the first full day of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference in New York Wednesday, including two live auctions, Barbara Corcoran’s well-received keynote speech and TrafficZ’s official show party that ran into the wee hours of the morning.