Daily Poll: Are You Going to Merge?

The Merge conference is coming up in a little less than a month. The domain industry conference, which has tracks covering other topics, will be held in Orlando, Florida September 14-19. It looks like the heart of the event takes place September 15-18. Ron Jackson published a preview of the show yesterday.

Several weeks ago, I posted a poll asking if people are going to be attending the Merge conference. The morning I published the poll, my blog experienced some technical issues which ultimately required the full rebuild. As a result, the poll was only online for a couple of hours before being lost when the site was restored. Now that we are closer to the event, we may get more accurate results.

I will not be attending Merge this year, but I know quite a few people who have already emailed me to let me know they will be there. Are you going to Merge?

Elliot Silver
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  1. No, but a lot of domain blogs and websites write about the conference. More than most other domain conferences.

    I think all domain conferences should get the same amount of media coverage, but that will never happen.

    • Can you share a couple of examples?

      My impression is NamesCon gets much more coverage, which is probably deserved based on its comparative size.

      • Of course NamesCon receives more media coverage, it’s the biggest domain name conference.

        But it seems like some domain blogs and websites publish more info about certain smaller conferences, than others.
        Will leave it at that.

  2. If your close or in the area, sure it’s great, or if your going on the corporate dime by all means, otherwise I see it as a waste of time with the shuffleboard crowd.


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