Domainer Profiles: Elliot Silver
Welcome to the first DomainGang edition of “Domainer Profiles” – an open series describing the online footprint of domainers.
The series does not aspire to deliver plain and dry biographical information, but rather, a humorous approach that describes them best.
We begin the series with no other than Elliot “new dad” Silver.
After working in the financial sector, Elliot decided to stop working for “the man” and switched to focusing on his own business, domain investing and development.
Elliot’s online presence, through his blog ElliotsBlog.com has been that of quality, daily blogging, that has earned him a high ranking status among domainers, and numerous encounters with trolling commentators.
Those that have known Elliot agree that his sense of humor is a couple of orders taller than his stature, and Elliot responds to jokes with sharp commentary. We fully expect him to respond to this post as well.
His domainer blogging focuses on his personal experiences with Sedo, Afternic, Escrow.com, Protrada and domainer conferences, alongside domain development experiences. Still, we would like to hear more news about his beer choices, something that he seems to enjoy alongside watching matches of the British soccer league.
Elliot has turned the “plugging” of his domain acquisitions into an art, that often evades the strict filtering that Francois has implemented on Domaining.com
Despite his new status as a dad, Elliot finds time to blog about his primary “baby” – DogWalker.com – a web site that fits the busy, poop-picking life of millions of New Yorkers with dogs quite perfectly.
Often times, Elliot launches competitions with monetary rewards, a rarity in the current state of economy. Personally, we’d like to see him offer chunks of quality pastrami and other delicacies from the famous delis of New York City.
Through his web site, DomainQuestions.com, Elliot aspires to be the Ask.com of the domain industry; there seems to be a never-ending stream of domainer newbies that provide lots of entertainment to the rest of us
We’d like to wish Elliot Silver lots of success in the future. Mazel tov!