Should I Reintroduce Daily Polls?

Several years ago, nearly every day, I posted a poll on my blog which often led to good discussions. The polls were typically about something related to domain investing or something specific related to domain names.

When I was at the ICA event, someone I hadn’t seen in a while mentioned that they missed this feature and that I should bring it back. On one hand, it’s a somewhat easy way to generate content and start a discussion, but on the other hand, it can be a bit tedious to think of something interesting enough that is worthy of discussion.

So, I’ll post a poll on Twitter to ask you if I should bring it back. I would probably post the polls on Twitter and embed, although a WordPress polling tool might be a better option. I will investigate further if there’s interest.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. You should start the weekly submit your 5 domains for sale for less than $$$$

    Here I am going to start with 5 domains: $2000 $888 $499 $2000 $2000


    more info at or post here


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