That’s if you base it on last year at this point. At this date last year Namescon had 88 registrations (572 ended up registering) and this year there are already at 400. Pretty sure that we won’t see 2000 attendees but it wouldn’t be a stretch that there will be over 1000 fellow domain investors and vendors at this years’ show. I’m guessing that the big increase is the pending price increase from $399 to $599 (previous attendees are only $299) is the main reason but undoubtedly this year will be a much bigger show. Here’s the registration trend from last year and you can see that this year is WAY above those numbers and we’re really not even into the time when everybody starts figuring out whether or not they can go. Evidently a lot of us have already said we are.
End of November 210 tickets sold
End of December 371 tickets sold
At show 572 tickets sold
50% of last years’ attendees have registered already
401 tickets sold already
And if you didn’t read our previous offer. Aaron and I would like to take a few of our readers out to lunch at our favorite Deli in Vegas if you’re interested. Our treat. Let us know