The New DomainNameSales.com Is Live & Here Are The Highlights From Mr. Schilling

A couple of hours ago the folks at InternetTraffic sent out an email that the new and improved,  DomainNameSales.com platform is up and running.

I reached out to Frank Schilling for some of the details of what’s on the new platform:

So from Mr. Schilling’s mouth, here you go:

Redirect, disable, and change targeting of individual parked domains in real-time:

We offer a URL forwarding setting in individual names should a user need to quickly direct a name to some place other than our landing pages instead of changing name servers.

There is an enable/disable option to completely turn off a domain and return only a blank page to visitors.

We allow a user to lock a domain into a static set of keywords based on the domain’s category to alleviate concerns over the indeterminate nature of keywords associated with PPC ad feeds.
Improved negotiation process and CRM for buyer, broker, and owner interactions
Set followups to reach out to buyers in future.

See more information on the buyer, a new customized negotiation page that the buyer gets cookied back to once you begin negotiation.

An advance mobile technology (coming next week)

Streamlined checkout process for buyers including Escrow.com credit card transactions with automated broker commissions
Sell your name and start the closing through your escrow.com account, commissions automatically deducted at source for the broker.

A checkout page to nudge the buyer to completion and keep the buyer moving directly to closing.

Redirect, disable, and change targeting of individual parked domains in real-time:
Have an individual name with a sudden traffic spike you want to redirect somewhere else?  Have a name you want to disable momentarily?  Have a name that needs an instant change in targeting?  Have we got a toolkit for you.
We offer a URL forwarding setting in individual names should a user need to quickly direct a name to some place other than our landing pages instead of changing name servers.

There is an enable/disable option to completely turn off a domain and return only a blank page to visitors.

We allow a user to lock a domain into a static set of keywords based on the domain’s category to alleviate concerns over the indeterminate nature of keywords associated with PPC ad feeds.

Choose your own brokerage, including the in-house brokers at DomainNameSales, to automatically handle your sales leads

Use the same back end brokers that complete my deals, or designate your own brokers (people) on our platform.

The new signup wizard is live now at InternetTraffic.com

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