Modern Domainer: The Fantastic (and Free) Domaining Print Publication

By on January 28, 2008

While at the DomainFest Global conference in Hollywood, I had the honor of speaking with the guys behind Modern Domainer Magazine. They were well aware of DotSauce’s presence in the industry and offered praise for the work I have been doing. Not to mention, I now have some sweet “Modern Domainer” schwag, thanks guys!

February: Biggest & Best Issue Yet

Seth Coman is excited about the upcoming February issue of Modern Domainer, and so should you be! I would like to encourage you right off the bat to subscribe now for free.

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A quick glimpse into what to expect in the upcoming issue;

  • A conversation with Ammar Kubba of TrafficZ
  • Feature article on the scandalous history of Sex.com
  • Insight into upcoming conferences: T.R.A.F.F.I.C and Domain Roundtable.
  • Exclusive reviews of DomainFest ’08 and PubCon ’07

The Domainer’s Yearbook

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be featured in the first ever domaining industry yearbook. You can fill out a request to be included by clicking here.

“An essential networking tool for domainers and developers, the 2008 Domaining Yearbook will be a compelling yearbook featuring an extraordinary “who’s who” of the domaining industry. Neatly arranged in a engaging custom print format, the 2008 Domaining Yearbook will be unveiled in May, at the 2008 T.R.A.F.F.I.C. in Orlando, FL.”

Again, it was a pleasure to meet the enthusiastic faces behind Modern Domainer magazine. This publication is starting off great and is already a must read for domain industry professionals.

While we have already received some fabulous predictions from the pros, I am looking forward to the great things 2008 has in store for the domain industry and what Modern Domainer has to say about it!

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About Mark Fulton

Mark is the Founder of DotSauce Magazine and a full time web developer, domain investor, SEO and online marketing professional residing in North Carolina, USA. Visit MarkFulton.com for information on freelance website development, SEO and consultation services.