Nataša Đukanović - chief sales + marketing ninja

What Should We Ask Natasa?

Nataša Đukanović - chief sales + marketing ninja

Nataša Đukanović - chief sales + marketing ninja with .me

Conn and I will be recording this week’s podcast this evening.

On the show this week we’re very lucky to have  Nataša Đukanović from the .me registry as our special guest.

Nataša is sales and marketing director for the .me domain name registry and is also one of the nicest people I know in the industry 🙂

So what should we ask Nataša about?

All suggestions welcome 🙂

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5 Responses to What Should We Ask Natasa?

  1. Carla February 29, 2012 at 1:30 pm #

    Who do .me see as their target market/demographic

    What are their strategies for targeting that demographic specifically

    How does .me define their USP?

    What plans have they got in place for expanding on their current market share by marketing?

    Do .me think they can ever become as common place for personal sites as .com / .net?

    Has the domain registration industry changed from a marketing point of view since .me was launched?

    How could the domain registration industry adapt to make domain registration more approachable for personal / non-tech customers from a marketing point of view?

  2. Masha February 29, 2012 at 2:51 pm #

    What’s the best part about working for .me?

    What are you most proud of professionally?

    How many .me domains are there in your portfolio right now? What are some of the best examples of a .me website or service?

    What makes .me different than its competition, what makes it stand out?

  3. Forbairt February 29, 2012 at 3:16 pm #

    What’s the silliest use of a dot me you’ve come across 🙂

  4. paul February 29, 2012 at 3:22 pm #

    What do they see as the % of local businesses registering .ME’s in Montenegro compared with international registrations.


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