A special edition #Domainer shirt is making its way to Portugal with me, here’s how to get one


As many of you know, last year I made, or really, my readers made a shirt that I printed and gave out for free. For everyone who came to NamesCon in Vegas, you got your shirt there…for the rest of you, sadly you’ve had to wait for me to ship them and I still haven’t gotten around to shipping them all yet. (Don’t worry – if you’re still waiting you will get your shirt!)

Last month, with NamesCon Europe around the corner I spoke to the conference organizers and we worked on a special edition #Domainer shirt, just for NamesCon Europe. Supplies are extremely limited as I’m bringing the shirts in my suitcase from SF to Portugal.

How can you get one?

Easiest way to get one – if you have been on the fence about registering for NamesCon Europe and need something to push you over the edge, let this be it. If you register and email me letting me know that you registered as part of the #Domainer shirt promotion, you’ll get one.

Second way to get one – we’re kicking off a NamesCon Europe social media blitz for shirts. Only ten shirts will be made available and this is a special edition shirt which means none like it will ever be made again. Here’s how to get it:

  • Head to Twitter and write a tweet about what you’re the most excited about at NamesCon Europe
  • Make sure to include some hashtags like #NamesConEurope and don’t forget to include @NamesCon
  • If your tweet is one of ten to get the most retweets and likes, you’ll get a shirt at NamesCon Europe
  • Of course this means that to enter to win, you do have to be coming to Portugal for NamesCon Europe

Here’s a first look at what the special edition shirts look like:

I will be announcing the contest on Twitter tomorrow but of course, I like to give you, my readers, a head start!

Looking forward to seeing everyone in Portugal, I’m leaving SF tomorrow and spending a little extra time in Lisbon before the conference starts. If you’re heading out early too, let me know and we can have a little adventure in Lisbon before the official festivities start.

See you there!

Morgan Linton

Morgan Linton