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Domain Administration Do you have a large portfolio? Our new mass import and update tool will be ideal for you.

When we first started working on Efty in 2014, our primary goal was to assist investors better manage and track their investments. However, we immediately discovered that the most popular features were those that assisted you in selling your domains: customisable For-Sale landing pages and your own Marketplace.

As a result, we’ve released a slew of additional services throughout the years with the sole intention of assisting you in increasing domain name sales:

Logos and backgrounds designed just for your For-Sale landing page.

Custom descriptions, USPs, and a Minimum Offer field are all available.

Integration with Escrow.com, DAN.COM, PayPal, and Stripe.

There are 40+ landing page themes available, including BIN-only, UDRP-safe, and Call-to-Action themes.

Inquiries have been verified.

Integration with Google Analytics.

But all of this customisation and variety came at a cost. With the existing arrangement, making adjustments in bulk has become increasingly difficult over the years, especially for those of you with big portfolios. Until now, that is.

I’m excited to present a new Bulk Import & Update tool that we designed from the ground up, allowing you to add domains or make changes to (parts of) your portfolio directly from your favourite spreadsheet programme, all in one go, saving you important time whether your portfolio comprises a few domains or a few hundred.

The new tool is also a crucial step towards preparing our platform to begin servicing big business portfolios, which has been a frequently requested feature since we started Efty.

A thorough tutorial on how to use the new tool can be found here, as well as a list of all the definitions to be utilised in the CSV.

As usual, please send us your thoughts, suggestions, and questions to .

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