One common challenge that often faces domainers is how to easily display their domains that they have for sale. It can often be a lot of work trying to find buyers for your domains if you don’t have high end generic names where buyers come to you. The ideal solution is to display them on some sort of web page where you can send traffic to it to help find buyers.

There are a few good website templates you can get, but I found and even better solution.  That solution is a WordPress plugin called Domain Portfolio. This plugin will actually create a domain page for you, and allows you to easily input your domain information into your dashboard. It will then display it on the page within a table. Information you can include are the domain name, expiration date, registrar, asking price, and of course your contact information. Here is a screen shot of how it looks on the author’s blog:

Domain Portfolio Plugin

I’ve actually installed this on one of my blogs and really like the way it is set up (you can see it here). People even have the option of searching your displayed domains to see if you have any available under certain keywords that they might be looking for!

Other features include:

  • List all of your domain names for sale in one place.
  • A page for each domain where users can send their offers and contact you.
  • Have 100s of domains? No problem! Use the Bulk add or XML import tool!
  • Visitors can sort lists by anything! Alphabetically, by expiry date, price, status or even registrar!
  • Control how many domain names are listed on each page.
  • Seamless integration with WordPress.
  • Support for IDN domain names, supports most languages and can create punycode automatically. (Punycode feature requires PHP5)
  • Now grabs information from Google, Yahoo and MSN.
  • Automatic keyword recognition.
  • Easily style all aspects of the portfolio and table through CSS. Even change each row and column individually with “id” tags.

The author also lists a few things that are in the works for future releases:

  • “Buy Now” button that goes through PayPal IPN.
  • Categories.
  • Sort and jump to page by letter or extension.
  • Automatic expiry date retrieval. (other than .org)
  • Warning on a domain’s expiry.
  • Some other surprises.

If you have domain names you’d like to display, I recommend you check this out!

Kyle Eslick is WordPress enthusiast who took his passion for WordPress to the next level in 2007 by launching WPHacks.com as a place to share hacks, tutorials, etc. Follow Kyle on Twitter @KyleEslick!

  1. Steve Wyman says:

    Hi

    This is perfect for one of my sites 🙂 thanks a lot

    Il use it on the new site and probably also replace my exisitng site at http://www.cloudventuresgroip.com

    cheers

    Steve Wyman

  2. carlo says:

    hey buddy, this above url to download this Domain Portfolio plugin is not working. can you please upload or email me the plugin.

    really apprecaite your time.

    thank you

  3. Shabu Anower says:

    Try DomainFolio WordPress theme, created for domainers by a domainer: http://www.scriptinglab.com/

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