Autofill of Historical Use on the Valuation Worksheet

Autofill of Historical Use on the Valuation Worksheet

Autofill of Historical Use on the Valuation Worksheet

By Michael Cyger, Founder of DomainSherpa & Publisher of DNAcademy

Published: November 13, 2020

Now when you run an Autofill on the DNAcademy Valuation Worksheet and we automatically fill in the domain name’s characteristic information, we also detect if the domain name has any penalties as assessed by Google.

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Hey everyone, I’m Michael Cyger, founder and lead instructor at DNAcademy.com.

Now when you run an Autofill on the DNAcademy Valuation Worksheet, and we automatically fill in the domain name’s characteristic information, we also detect if the domain name has any penalties as assessed by Google.

It’s the “Historical Use” field that will either be set to Clean or Dirty.

We’re able to do this by integrating directly with Google. So now you can see if the domain name you own, are thinking about bidding on, or are buying has any issues that you should investigate further.

It’s just one more way that we continue to innovate and provide you with the right tools to make you a more successful domain name investor or broker.

Stay tuned. We have some other exciting technology enhancements in the works.

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