Born to immigrant parents in 1977, Daniel Yomtobian is one of two children. His father is a businessman and his mother is a social worker based in California.
Despite battling family hardships, Daniel Yomtobian was active in playing karate, football and working odd jobs as a teenager. He got his first PC after graduating from high school.
His inception into the World Wide Web started after taking an html course. He then began immersing himself into the computing world by splitting time between working at his job, taking classes at a local University and learning how to create and design websites.
Realizing the value and potential of domain names he became a domain aggregator where he began buying and selling dictionary based domain names.
Shortly thereafter, he became a cofounder of an online media and advertising company called WayInternet. He simultaneously co-founded the search engine 'Findology,' and a year later he sold his share of the company.
During this same time Daniel Yomtobian continued his involvement in a multitude of other successful startups. In 2001, Daniel launched ABCsearch.com.
Daniel Yomtobian continues to build companies and services that add value to both businesses and consumers. His humanitarian nature motivates him to continue engaging in philanthropic endeavors as his company grows.