We have, with great enthusiasm attended the BlogX and DomainX conferences! The BlogX conference was held at JW Marriot, Delhi, whereas the DomainX conference was held at Shangri-La’s, Delhi.
Let’s take you a little further down the memory lane.The BlogX Conference is a platform where bloggers and content managers from different backgrounds would connect to share their experiences, propagate new ideas and start networking. At the BlogX, we encountered a blogger as young as 13! These opened our eyes to the facts that bloggers, really young ones too would be in need for a reliable service provider, ones like us. BlogX was a perfect platform for us to connect with such next-generation bloggers who would be willing to come on board with us. We too were enlightened about the various intricacies of the blogging world which we were not aware about earlier, for example- “tips to becoming a millionaire blogger!” Surely this would come in handy some day.
Whereas, the DomainX Conference which was held with the intention of discovering, networking, spreading awareness and educating the general public about the domain name industry in India, succeeded in its endeavors. Our presence at each of these conferences gave an opportunity for people to know more about us. Every interaction that took place, led the participants in believing that our legacy of upholding the customer’s needs was what exactly they needed. Our interests were awakened when we learnt more about how the domain industry has been prospering. New Domains can create opportunities for businesses and users in particular,highlighting the economic and societal benefits with the expansion of the DNS.
We were among the Domainers who had plenty to offer. Our various interactions with the participants generated an interest amongst them in our functioning as an ICANN accredited Domain Registrar and we would definitely be expecting them on board with us!
So, we can aptly conclude that these conferences were the perfect ground for creating networks that would definitely have a long run!