Month: March 2017

Free Domain Portfolio Manager Tools


If you own more than a handful of domain names, then you will need a system to help you manage and track important information regarding those domains.

Tough Domains Portfolio Manager have features that will dynamically update important information related to your domain including:

  • Domain Age (automatic update)
  • Expiration Date (automatic update)
  • Registrar (automatic update)
  • Current DNS Name server (automatic update)
  • Whois contact email (automatic update)

As you may or may not know, domains are an asset and you are required to report your assets in your annual taxes. Tough Domains will also allow you to edit information like:

  • Domain Buy Price
  • Domain Sell Price
  • Buy and Sell Date
  • Registration Fees
  • Commissions Paid
  • Net Profits
  • Historical Offers received
  • Domain Visits (last 30 days)

This Portfolio manager will allow you to have all this information in one page for your convenience.

Another Portfolio tool out there is DNMin which offers more condensed data on your domains. This tool will show you information like:

  • The creation date of your domain
  • The expiration date
  • Registrar
  • Page Rank
  • Alexa Rank

This tool is great if you need easy access to this type of information immediately. DNmin offers this service for up to 100 names.

Flippa has a domain portfolio system for selling domains. It will include information including:

  • Domains
  • Status
  • Offers
  • Minimum Offer
  • Buy it Now

These are some of the tools available on the internet and there are software you can download to manage your portfolio. Those software will cost money like the one on Domain Punch.



Did You Know You Can Turn Favorite Emoji into a Domain?


In late 2016, GoDaddy released an emoji search service at ❤️❤️❤️.ws❤️❤️❤️.ws was created to allow users to find and register emoji based domains. Currently .WS is the only Top Level Domain (TLD) that offers an emoji based domain and you can register yours right now. You are allowed to put up to three emoji into one domain name. The only drawback right now is that you are not allowed to mix and match characters and emojis due to the three character limit.

These emoji based domain uses a system called “punycoding” where it will convert the emoji into a sequence which is why you see instead of ❤️❤️❤️.ws in your address bar.

This is GoDaddys attempt to get millennials into the domain business by allow them to register emoji domains. Emojis are one of the most popular forms of communication where individuals use to express emotion and it is universally understood by all. The future for this type of domain is unclear, but big companies like coca cola launched an emoji based domain campaign in 2015 which was http://www.😃.ws.