DomainNameSales.com: Integration With Uniregistry And New Documents.link

dns_brokersDomainNameSales.com issued an announcement to inform users of upcoming changes between now and Q1 2015.

Frank Schilling has had more than 12 million in sales up to now in 2014.

With the completion of Uniregistry the development team has turned to the integration of the sales platform. In a few short months DNS will debut inside Uniregistry. Regardless of where your names live, you’ll soon be able to load names into the Uniregistry manager to better manage and sell your domain names.

Uniregistry’s Documents.link feature (debuting this week), will let you store documents, legal notices and sales inquiries relating to domain-names — all inside the Uniregistry Manager. This useful system lets you email, store and maintain notifications received from outside parties using Uniregistry and the Amazon cloud.

Here is the complete announcement:

Our Integration Your Success
Your friends at DomainNameSales.com would like to let you know about some exciting changes that will be taking place between now and Q1 2015. Our goal at DNS has always been to help you unlock the value of your domain name portfolio. The tools at DomainNameSales.com were originally developed to help bring liquidity to my portfolio of names; and later to those of InternetTraffic.com clients. To this day I use the same tools available to our customers, to sell my names and to clear transactions. Year to date I have sold more than last years total (12 million dollars) using the DNS platform. It is the platform that makes that possible.

We are very, very proud to see the first full version of Uniregistry reach its completion milestone. It wasn’t until 2 nights ago while managing several thousand names on behalf of a client that I realized the gravity of the site we’ve built. Uniregistry is absolutely the best available domain name registrar for managing large portfolios of names. It works brilliantly with a small number of names and it scales exceptionally if you have a portfolio of many thousands. Using the registrar last night gave me chills because it’s so good; so full featured, so fast and so robust. We set an incredibly high bar and the team here completely eclipsed their ambitions.

This is only the beginning though. With the completion of Uniregistry our development team has turned to the integration of our sales platform (which has brought so much prosperity to so many). In a few short months DNS will debut inside Uniregistry. Regardless of where your names live, you’ll soon be able to load names into the Uniregistry manager to better manage and sell your domain names. Names residing at Uniregistry will have even greater powers to sell than those provided via DNS today. The system will be easier. Uniregistry customers will be able to clear transactions on our merchant credit card system, use our payment-plan system and our integrated escrow services at very low cost. We will also syndicate your inventory across other registrars and large marketplaces to provide more sales inquiries.

In advance of these changes, new innovations keep coming. Recently we launched our Tracker to consolidate and identify names, now Uniregistry’s Documents.link feature (debuting this week), will let you store documents, legal notices and sales inquiries relating to domain-names — all inside the Uniregistry Manager. This useful system lets you email, store and maintain notifications received from outside parties using Uniregistry and the Amazon cloud.

As we integrate, it’s really important for you to become familiar with Uniregistry.com and these new features. Please take the time to create and explore your account, or contact our sales professionals at sales@uniregistry.com, so we can answer any questions and assist you with getting started. Please contact Sevan Derderian sevan@uniregistry.com and Frank Pavilonis frankp@uniregistry.com to schedule a consultation or if you have any questions.

Kindest Regards,

Frank Schilling

Sold.Domains

About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He works on domain names, websites and software development. Has been online since 1995 & domaining since 2002.

2 comments

  1. the guy’s an innovator. No question

  2. He is a wonderful person. He almost singlehandedly helping small domainers like me.

    I want too eager to see how it will be after complete integration.

    Uniregistry tracker is also a wonderful tool.

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