NameSummit 2018 stands out from other domain name industry events in its approach; the event covers digital real estate (domain names, of course) and physical real estate. The two day event kicks off on November 5th at the Westin Times Square. What better place to address an audience of real estate professionals than Manhattan?
What’s covered at NameSummit 2018?
The event is expected to cover the kind of topics you’d expect to see like increasing web traffic by optimizing your site to improve your search engine rankings and social media platforms like YouTube to your advantage, but sessions and panels on branding through real estate TLDs and geo-targeted domain names as well as how blockchain technology may disrupt real estate assets.
It’s an ideal place to learn from and network with some of the domain name and real estate industries’ top talent. And there’s no better place to learn about how new domain name extensions including .realestate, .nyc, .rentals, and .homes can be used to enhance your brand.
Who’s going to be at NameSummit 2018?
Notable attendees and people I’m looking forward to connecting with this year include Gary Malin, President of Citi Habitats, Scott Durkin, President of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, and “Global Luxury Real Estate Powerhouse,” Luciane Serifovic. Roberto Blake, Creative Entrepreneur and YouTuber returns this year share more about how we can leverage social videos and optimize marketing messaging to increase conversion rates. Kevin Wood, President of ByOwner.com will share his strategies on video and how it can create the largest return on investment when establishing your brand via social media marketing. And here’s a list of all speakers expected at NameSummit 2018.
And there’s this
Organizers of NameSummit partnered with Charter Real Estate School to offer licensed real estate mortgage broker or agent event attendees 15 CE credits for attending the 2-day event. For those interested in this benefit, Charter asks that event attendees check in with them at their sponsor booth for details.
If you’re in the domain name industry or the physical real estate industry or you’re in both and are looking to connect, learn, and share, NameSummit 2018 may be good for you.
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