Gaelic WWW Conference 2017 in Wicklow

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  1. Gaelic WWW Conference 2017
    3 days of Biz, Panels and Irish Lifestyle

    The Gaelic WWW Conference will be a simple win win situation, where the Webmasters, the Media buyers and sellers, the Program Partners, Service Providers and all others can carve out, in a comfortable environment, our common ground for growth.

    Lets face it, we all need to work with both trust and respect together. Let us look forward together and talk about the path the journey takes and how we can best manage it jointly in a wonderful location in Ireland.

    For more information please visit gaelicwwwconference dot com
  2. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Here's a proper link to the site: Gaelic WWW Conference 2017
    So it's essentially a conference for people running adult websites or doing affiliate marketing for adult sites
  3. Thanks for the link.

    And yes, there are many adult companies at our conference, but also many mainstream-webmasters. So it is a nice mix of all kinds of internet-people, just the way I like it ;-)

    Hope to see you there,
  4. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Well most of the content and the sponsors seem to be focussed on adult..
    Also the name of the event is weird - why on earth is it called "Gaelic"?? It's a very odd choice of word and definitely not one any Irish person would use.
  5. ;-)
    For most people that are not living in Northern Europe, Ireland is one of the Gaelic Countries, like Scotland, too. So the name isn´t that weird, I guess.
  6. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Sorry, but that's not correct.
    Gaelic != Celtic - they're two totally different concepts.
  7. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    Yes, but no native English speaker or Irish person would ever use the word the way you have. We'd be much more likely to use the term "Celtic"
  8. Yeah, we are no native English speakers, so it should be forgiven ;-)
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