Founder’s Domain Boot Camp

Every tech entrepreneur I know has a heap of domain names that have accreted over years and years of brain storms… followed by a bunch of $7.98 charges on the credit card.  Now what?  Most of them are probably relatively worthless… but maybe some aren’t!  How do you figure it out?  What do you do once you know?  If you want to sell them, should you set up hosting on each one?  What if someone else got the domain you want/need?  What are the best strategies for picking your next 20 domains?  What competitive advantages are to be had by understanding how the domain biz works?  Ok… you get the point.  We’re teaming up with Michael Cyger of DomainSherpa to answer these questions and any others you can think of in an interactive domain boot camp just for tech startup founders. So block your calendar for lunch on June 1st and watch your inbox for the invitation.

This will also be a coming out party of a kind for Startup Haven, which is the org I formed a couple of years ago to get Poker 2.0 ramped up.  This will be an invite-only event (tech founders, execs and investors only) and lunch will be on the house.   As usual, space will be limited — just a heads up.  If you are already on the Poker 2.0 invite list (soon to be the Startup Haven invite list) then you’ll receive the invite.  If you’re a tech startup founder, exec or investor and want to get on the list then send me your name, your startup company and your role (e.g., founder, CEO, CTO, COO, investor, etc.)  If you’re not sure if you’re ready to call yourself a founder, then have a look at this link first:

Finally, if you have a domain-oriented question you’d like addressed at the event then please send it along and we’ll get it in.

This entry was posted by Bob Crimmins.

2 thoughts on “Founder’s Domain Boot Camp

  1. Great event idea, Bob! Love the educational approach on a topic that is clearly one that a lot of people would be interested in.

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