Domain Market Pro

Tom K. is a friend of mine from Canada, and he runs a company called TCK Media. They have just released a revised version of Domain Market Pro, and I’m happy to give it some publicity here because I think that it has great potential for local domain investors / domainers.

So What Is DMP?

In simple terms, it offers domainers the ability to effectively market and monetise their domain portfolio.

TCK describes the product as:

“A feature-rich web-based digital marketing application that allows users to build professional domain shops and landing pages, accept offers and payments online, and to monetise their domains. Domain investors get to keep 100% of the revenue generated by their portfolios and pay 0% in commissions on sales.”

“Built-in tools and stock images make it possible to build, edit and customize great looking domain shops and landing pages in less time and for less money. Back-end administration panel stores sales and offers made for domains. Domain owners can research who made each offer before responding. Domain traffic stats provide valuable data for marketing and pricing purposes. CMS, SEO, and social media tools can be used to take full advantage of organic traffic.”

I’ve had a good look at DMP (both front-end and back-end), and I think it ticks a lot of boxes.

As an example, here is a screenshot of part of the back-end. Have a look at some of the features available.

So What Does It Cost?

DMP has three pricing levels – the novice version is as little as $USD12.00 per month. This incorporates a DMP logo in the footer. If you want a white label version with more grunt, then this is the plan for you:

Special Offer For Readers

  • Tom and TCK are offering a 15% discount to my readers – use this link: (the discount shows when you click through).
  • Risk free – there is also a 30 day money back guarantee if you’re not happy with the product.

Demo Links

Here are three (out of six) pre-set design styles that you can currently choose from (you can also customise front end design as well):

Design 1        Design 2        Design 3

And if anyone wants to test drive the back-end before deciding to purchase, please contact Tom .

Questions Or Comments?

Tom would be happy to answer any questions or suggestions you may have. Please post them here – or you can contact him via the link above.

I’d also be interested in your thoughts about the product generally.

Ned O’Meara – 18th April 2017

Disclaimer: As always, this is not an affiliate deal; nor am I getting any reward or recompense for featuring this product on Purchasers should make their own determination if this product is suitable for them.