img_1316.jpg-2I was one of the Keynote Speakers at NamesCon this year. Really awesome conference. I had never attended a domain name conference before.

The amount of traffic some of these guys still get for mis typin’s and even keyword match seo traffic is unreal. I would have thought in this day and age with all the suggestions and what not that its a dead industry… nope…

My talk was mainly about data… and since these guys are getting such an enormous amount of traffic they are missing out on a huge opportunity to capture the data on the consumers coming to that site looking for a particular product or service. Many of them are so niche focused… man I believe its a gold mine.


I really enjoyed my time there and looking forward to next years!


By Jeremy Schoemaker

Jeremy "ShoeMoney" Schoemaker is the founder & CEO of ShoeMoney Media Group, and to date has sold 6 companies and done over 10 million in affiliate revenue. In 2013 Jeremy released his #1 International Best selling Autobiography titled "Nothing's Changed But My Change" - The ShoeMoney Story. You can read more about Jeremy on his wikipedia page here.

13 thoughts on “NamesCon Recap”
  1. I had never heard of this conference until you had mentioned it. Sounds like it was worth your time at least. I’m sure they learned a lot from you.

    1. Yes Paul, I too never heard of this before either.
      But Jeremy’s talk and information was very good. Is the database list you mentioned available?

  2. Haha have enough technical difficulties, much? You sailed right through it all though with flying colors.

  3. I never tire of hearing how you got your start. I can vividly remember when ringtones just started coming out and were all the rage. You took that bull by the horns and just ran with it.

  4. Did most of your questions just come from that one guy then? I’m surprised more people weren’t clamoring to ask you question.

  5. ARBITRAGE FTW. The first time I started I totally did that car insurance quote deal. Thanks for that idea it helped me get started.

  6. The regulations on tobacco marketing is just absurd. I get that ‘we want to keep our kids safe’ but the collection of email limitations are just stupid.

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