Popular domain investing website, Elliot’s Blog has rebranded and re-launced today as DomainInvesting.com.
Elliot’s Blog, was established in 2007 by Internet entrepreneur and domain investor Elliot Silver.
The rebranded website was launched this morning, and visitors to the ElliotsBlog.com domain name are now automatically redirected to the DomainInvesting.com website.
Elliot say “I privately acquired DomainInvesting.com earlier this year,” and “I believe rebranding as DomainInvesting.com will allow me to expand the audience of my blog, especially to people who are not familiar with the business of investing in domain names.
With the continued growth of the domain aftermarket combined with the introduction of new gTLD domain names, I anticipate that there will be an influx in investment capital for domain name assets, and the DomainInvesting.com branding is more suitable for continued growth.”
At the present time, no changes in the day-to-day operations of the blog are expected to be made.
Additional expert writers may be brought on board to share advice, strategy, and insight in the future.
The change from a personal brand to a descriptive brand will allow contributors to publish editorial content without author confusion.
Elliot’s Blog has seen over 2 million visits since it began tracking traffic in 2009.
I think its a great domain and a great move by Elliot.
Having a generic brandable domain name I think its really important for any blog which hope to grow a big audience and that is why I selected TheDomains.com for our blog years ago.
Domaininvesting.com is a bang on domain name and we congratulate Elliot and his team which included Tia Wood who managed the web development and design modifications of the website, and Acroplex, LLC who created the logo and color scheme for the new brand.
Everspark Interactive provided onsite optimization services, and the Go Daddy hosting team helped oversee the domain name transition which provided onsite optimization services, and the Go Daddy hosting team helped oversee the domain name transition.