Domain Name Tracker Sheet from DNAcademy
By Michael Cyger, Publisher of DNAcademy
Do you find it difficult to keep track of domain names you’re buying?
I register a simple, memorable redirect for DNAcademy, I buy a domain name in a RapidFireDomaining.com auction, or some nice person pushes me a Handshake TLD they registered on my behalf.
Most of the time I’m multi-tasking, so I jot it down on one of the many scraps of paper on my desktop.
But then something horrific happens.
The sheets of paper get jumbled, mis-sorted, or thrown away… and I no longer know what domain names I own so I can enter it into my Efty account at the end of the week.
(You might use a Google Sheet, or maybe even Afternic, to keep track of your domain names.)
How many domain names do you forget you own per year?
Couldn’t this be easily solved?
So I asked my designer to put together a simple PDF you can use to collect information about domain names you’re buying.
Print it out. Keep it on your desktop. Enter a calendar event to update your database once per week.
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