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Domain Portfolio Management Tools

Discussion in 'General Domain Discussion' started by chris, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. chris

    chris Administrator

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    Hi all,

    I've put together an overview of domain portfolio management tools and posted it on the Flippa blog:

    http://flippa.com/blog/domain-portfolio-management-tools/

    Here's a list of the tools:
    • Watch My Domains/Domain Punch
    • Watch My Domains SED For Web Servers
    • DomainBrain 2
    • Domainer
    • DNS Portfolio
    • Efty
    • IP Neighborhood
    • DomainTools Monitor
    • My Domain Portfolio at Flippa
    The topic has come up before on DNTrade, if anyone has anything they've tried that's not on the list, please let me know.

    Cheers,
    Chris



     
  2. Rhythm

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    Fantastic
     
  3. chris

    chris Administrator

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    Thanks Rhythm :)

    I've got a new one to add to the list:
     
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    Thanks Chris, useful list, some better than others
     
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  5. chris

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    Thanks @Cooper Mills DomainLawyer - I found the desktop tools were only good for clients with smaller portfolios. It comes down to how many domain names you're managing and what extra features you want.

    Most people I talk to still use Excel, not that there's anything wrong with that! :)