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It’s generally a rare occurrence that a Facebook post is considered newsworthy, however, one particular post on the “Super Affiliates & Internet Marketing” group caught our eye yesterday and ultimately inspired us to open up the same debate here on TheMail.

By simply asking “Do you want ASE to be in Philly or NY,” it seems as though Rocky Iorio opened up a virtual can of worms as he put his question to a vote, sparking a debate that saw over 60 comments and 50 votes as of yesterday afternoon. With an overwhelming majority—94%—voting in favor of NYC, is it time for Affiliate Summit East to consider relocating to the Big Apple? While there are certainly potential benefits that would come with moving the conference to NYC, we also see the pros of sticking it out in Philly; so, we wanted to get your opinion on the matter.

Should ASE stay in Philadelphia or move to New York City? Let us know what you think and why in the comments below.

 

Murray Newlands

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6 thoughts on “Should Affiliate Summit East Relocate to NYC?

    • The above post is pace lattin not John fisher. See pace is so stupid he doesn’t realized the real John Fischer spells his last name different

      How do I know it’s pace? Well I commented on a has offers article and mentioned the blonde the twins used to bang and obviously I was anon. And I used a stupid name that pace changed to John fisher to stir the drama on his board

      Busted sucker

  1. Out of those 2 choices, definitely New York. The location needs to be a place people actually want to go in order to get a turn out. The only people who are excited about ASE being in Philly are the people who live there and don’t want to commute. Let’s be serious.

  2. The above post is by Randy Focker. I know because I posted a post on a board and changed the name in order to prove that it was by Randy. He send me an email.

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