So if you have the time and inclination, please tell me what you like and don’t like about the current set-up; and what you’d like to see in the future. In a “perfect world” of course. 🙂
To make it easier, I’ve broken it down into two separate sections.
As A Registrar
Most people that read this blog will know that before I purchased Drop, I was one of Australia’s biggest individual domain investors and domainers. And Drop was where I kept 95% of my portfolio. Whilst it doesn’t have the “bells and whistles” of other registrars, it mostly suited my needs as a domainer (particularly the online COR).
I have always “loved ” Drop, but this is what I didn’t (and don’t) like about the platform:
- Transferring in domains from another registrar – have to wait for these to be manually approved.
- Special pricing levels aren’t automatic on COR’s – must be manually changed.
- No simple “domain manager” – i.e. ability to forward domains to another URL.
- Inability to download portfolio (or selections) to a CSV file.
What are your thoughts and/or suggestions?
As A Drop-Catcher
It goes without saying that results are currently dismal, but this will hopefully change in the near future!
Putting results to one side, what do you like or dislike about the actual platform?
And once again, if it was a perfect world, would you make any changes to the structure or format?
Thanks in advance for your input to the above.
I’m going to address the forthcoming aftermarket platform in a separate post on Wednesday. Same sort of thing – I’ll give you my initial thoughts, and then seek your opinions.
Best wishes for your online success.
Ned O’Meara – 6th February 2017