RRPproxy Introduced new Web Interface Focused on Domainers

This is a sponsored post from RRPproxy.

According to domain registrar Key-Systems, their new, responsive RRPproxy UI in particular addresses domainers by placing special emphasis on bulk features, portfolio structuring, speed, monetization and security. The re-invention of the interface is accompanied by a welcome offer: new customers can register .com domains for $8.13 until March 31, 2018 with the code BRANDnew.

Bulk features in the RRPproxy web interface include domain search, registrations, renewals, deletions, transfers and updates. The bulk search works across all 1000+ TLDs, results include all required entries to register any of the domains included in the search. The domain lists allow the selection of several items for any update or transaction. Furthermore, you can define settings such as contact handles, name servers, tags, registration period etc. in a preset and assign it to several domains at the same time.

Domain lists for registered domains, pending transfers or pending owner changes are the basis to facilitate the structuring of mid-size and large domain portfolios. Users can define column headers and sort the lists according to headers or tags. The system allows tagging domains with any keyword and categorizing them with default or self-defined TLD categories. Tags and categories are also usable via API – the whole web interface is reflected in the API.

Based on a new framework, the RRPproxy UI uses caching, dependency handling and automation to speed up processes. A pop-up e.g. for funding the account or for the API wizard ensures the fast execution of additional tasks, there’s no need to leave the current page. The desktop version integrates usability advantages such as drag&drop, infinite scrolling and right-click functionality. The mobile/tablet version uses swiping, fixed elements and notifications to facilitate user tasks, while offering the same range of functions as the desktop version. The dashboard can be adapted to the user’s needs providing a bunch of widgets such as recently viewed domains, soon expiring domains or domain statistics.

Webspace, mailspace and data bases are now integrated into the web interface for projecting domains – before they could only be accessed via API. Domains on offer at Sedo are integrated in the domain search, the sale at Sedo is also possible. RRPproxy is already preparing to offer Afternic services as well. In addition, you can auction your expiring domains via SnapNames or park domains with ParkingCrew. All transactions with external providers are included on the RRPproxy invoices which are sent once a month by e-mail. Invoices are broken down by TLD and transaction type (registration, renewal, etc.). Detailed list of the costs per domain can be downloaded at any time.
Options for pre-payment are bank transfer, direct debit, credit card, PayPal and Alipay.

By providing a default list of former domains users can easily check if domains should be restored. Two-factor authentication for login and domain lock as well as the limitation of IP addresses for
API commands and the default encryption of security related information such as auth codes and passphrases are further security features by RRPproxy.

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