WORLD ASSOCIATION OF DOMAIN NAME DEVELOPERS, INC. announces T.R.A.F.F.I.C. 2005 will once again be in Delray Beach, Florida this Octobe

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Businesses that control up to 15% of all internet traffic are set to meet in Florida for their second annual convention. The first show, last October, assembled folks from 9 countries as they exchanged their different experiences. Some attendees owned as many as 450,000 domain names and control enough daily visitors to populate some small states.

The WORLD ASSOCIATION OF DOMAIN NAME DEVELOPERS, INC. is proud to announce that T.R.A.F.F.I.C. 2005 will be held from Tuesday, October 18th through Saturday, October 22nd at the DELRAY BEACH MARRIOTT RESORT.

The registration fee and Sponsorships will be announced shortly, but we are pleased to announce that Ron Sheridan and DOMAINSPONSOR.COM have agreed in principle to be our DIAMOND SPONSOR. Once again, attendance will be by invitation only which can be requested by writing Last years much talked about landmark event was sponsored by other notables including, and attended by folks as high on the Internet chain as

The TRAFFIC event focuses on the difference between potent targeted internet traffic that produces sales and general traffic which costs just as much without producing much sales. Some attendees control enough traffic to populate some smaller states in The USA, while others have enough to fill Yankee stadium a half dozen times a day. A feat even the Yankees can't pull off and then be able to repeat it 365 times a year. Quite an audience these folks control and they do it on a small scale with small or even no staffs. Until recently these folks have been virtually invisible as they work deep in the epicenter of the net itself with little fanfare and huge profits.

Info on last years show can be seen at and sponsorship info can be received by writing

The new site with registration for the 2005 show will go live on February 14th.

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