A few months ago, I wrote a quick tutorial on building a title="How to Build a Domain Name Portfolio with WordPress eCommerce" href="http://www.dotsauce.com/2011/04/04/wp-ecommerce-how-to-build-domain-name-portfolio/">domain portfolio with WordPress e-Commerce. While this advanced solution is a good starting point, it still requires a lot of manual work in setup, data entry and customization. Well, I have good news for those looking for something more straight-forward and easy to implement.
class="size-full wp-image-7767 alignleft" title="MyDomainList" src="http://www.dotsauce.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/MyDomainList.jpg" alt="" width="80" height="80" />I’ve recently discovered a new, possibly better solution for displaying a domain portfolio within any WordPress page using the href="http://codecanyon.net/item/my-domain-list-plugin/231592?ref=DotSauce">My Domain List WordPress plugin which is available at CodeCanyon for $12.
As it turns out, this plugin is a great way to both market your domains for sale and manage your portfolio privately.
Automated Whois Information
One of the key perks of My Domain List is automated retrieval of whois information. This is a great feature which enables you to keep up-to-date on all of your domain information from multiple registrars in one central location.id="attachment_7757" class="wp-caption aligncenter" style="width: 584px"> class="size-full wp-image-7757" title="manage domains" src="http://www.dotsauce.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/manage-domains.png" alt="" width="574" height="173" /> class="wp-caption-text">My Domain List Management