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Domain Expiring Tracker from

Hello and Assalamo Alaikum,

As many of you are aware of Frank Schilling that he is always coming up with something new and exciting. Today when I logged into my Uniregistry account, I found Expiring Tracker for which I wanted to share with you and how it can be helpful:





Track and monitor all of your domain names from one place with Expiring Tracker.

  • Monitor domains in your entire portfolio, whether at Uniregistry or other registrars.
  • Get a quick overview of what domain is expiring where and when.
  • Transfer domains directly to Uniregistry with a click of a mouse.

Tracking your domains couldn’t be easier.

  • Add any domains that you wish to track under the ‘Edit’ tab.
  • Any domains you have registered with Uniregistry will automatically show in the tracker.
  • Click the ‘Filter’ tab to bring up the filtering options.
  • Choose from a wide variety to refine your results.
  • You can also filter by registrar and transfer status.

Expiring Tracker from Uniregistry.comSelect Edit and “Add domains to Tracker” option for entering the domains manually as per your choice. Doesn’t require you to enter only domains which are owned by yourself. This is really a great tool for tracking any domains you wish to which will help you watching them closely and see if you can grab once they drop or auctioned off at any auction house.

Expiring Tracker from

You can also set preference by selecting “Send Weekly Report email” which will help you to review which domains to renew and drop on weekly basis.
I will be using this tool and let me know your feedback on this if you like to share something about it.

Thank You Frank Schilling and Uniregistry Team

Hello and Assalamo Alaikum,

Last year in November I received an email from Uniregistry asking about my address for sending out holiday gift. Yesterday I received the gift and it was a special cake sent from Frank Schilling and Uniregistry for which I wanted to say big thanks to them for sending me the special gift from Cayman Islands. Tortuga Caribbean Rum Cake was really tasty and we loved it.

Also I wanted to share the pics with you.




Thanks very much once again Frank and the entire team of Uniregistry. Wish you all the success in your endeavors 🙂

New Year starts with a Five Figure Sale

New-Year-starts-with-a-Five-Figure-SaleHello and Assalamo Alaikum,

As mentioned earlier about what my goals for 2015, one of which is to sell 20-24 domains so let’s make this sale as first for this year and I am happy to announce it’s a decent one to start off this new year.

Initially buyer contacted in November 2014 through platform where 99% of my domains are parked and starting offer was $1,500 for I asked them to make an offer in five figs for consideration. Shortly I received message from the guy saying we cannot make an offer in five figures for your domain.

Couple of weeks later, another guy from the same company contacted directly through WHOIS and offered $8,000 which showed seriousness and willingness to buy this domain. I countered with $25,000.

Next came their final offer of $11,000 and clearly told me that they have alternative options available and cannot offer anything higher than that due to non-approval from senior management.

I gave them some hindsight about the past sales of some five fig to educate about the current market and value of these domain names and also reduced my ask price to $22,000. Than there was a silence…..

After a fortnight, I forwarded the DNS lead to Jessica Ebanks who is one of the best domain brokers I have ever worked with and gave her all the info about the buyer I have researched so far and about the communications we initially had.

It was interesting to see the buyer who was really professional in handing this deal at his end as well and once again started his offer with $1,500. As Jessica approached her frequently and out of the blue they offered $15,000 with no room left to up their offer. At that point, it looked that would be their max offer but I already knew who the buyer is and how deep pockets they had 😉

Later Jessica gave some phone calls and buyer came and asked if Escrow fee, broker’s commission and all other associated fees will be paid by the buyer and I gleefully accepted. She explained the guy that only wire fee will have to paid at their end along with the agreed price of $25,000 for

Guess what’s next? The domain was sold at the price I initially asked for 🙂

Thanks to ALLAH Almighty for helping in achieving this sale successfully, the wonderful DNS platform, Jessica Ebanks and I can never forget who deserves great applause for handling it so smoothly and it was the fastest funds received I have ever seen from outside U.S to Escrow as the buyer was from Japan. Funds were secured by with 9 hours of buyer selecting wire option. I wish the buyer all the success with their new acquisition.

Feel free to share your feedback and have you made any sales since the start of this year?

Parking revenue for December 2014 and other updates

Hello and Assalamo Alaikum,

It was quite slow month in terms of revenue but overall it was a great year and I really enjoyed it specially in domaining. I hope 2015 is going to be far better and I expect many positives and exciting things to happen. Below is the parking stats for December 2014 and initially I thought the revenue might be dropped a lot but after calculating from both parking platforms it was quite okay.

Total visitors – 134,000+ (15k increase from the previous month).

Total clicks – 3,900+ (200 more clicks).

Total parked domains – 850 (50 new added).

Total revenue – $590 ($60 decrease compare to November).

Top 5 niche which made the most – Brandable, Games, Health, Music Cooking.

$$ made on a single day – $36

RPM – $5.73 ($.7 less in overall RPM).

CTR – 4.37% (Almost similar to previous month).

Overall it was good other than final outcome of revenue. Also I added another 50 domains.

I didn’t sold any domain in December because there was no attractive offer which I should have accepted. The main reason was due to holiday season and I found December being the slowest month of the year where there are very low number of inquiries received but I am hopeful things will get better starting new year. As planned for this year I have to get more lenient and get more sales this year.

I have moved over 95% of my domains to Uniregistry and although most of my domains are .com, I still have few .co, .cc domains which I wanted to move to Uniregistry as well but the pricing for those extensions is a bit on higher side due to which I have so far kept the remaining domains at GoDaddy. I hope Uniregistry accepts .IM domains in future so that I can bring all my .IM domains there too which are currently with DomainMonster. Not a good control panel of DM but since I have around 15 .IM domain I am okay with them.

Did you saw revenue improvement or were in the same boat of mine for December 2014? Also had any domain sale?

Announcing the New Bodis!

Hello and Assalamo Alaikum,

As I published last post which was the first one of this year of my blog and I found it was the first post at for 2015 as well.

Today I received an announcement from Bodis which I wanted to share with you. Although I don’t use them any more other than parking just couple of domains because I find far better parking platform in all aspects. Even those 2 domains are banned with Google and for that Bodis suits better.

This year we’re starting things off in an exciting way by announcing the launch of the new Bodis!

The new Bodis is a result of years spent gaining knowledge and experience, countless of hours listening to our users, and putting our hearts, souls, and everything we have into making this the best parking service possible.

Here’s some of the notable improvements we’ve made:

-NET 7 payment schedule
-Fast support / ticket system – no inquiry goes unanswered!
-More control over your domains (option to disable ZeroClick, etc)
-For sale options:, Inquiry, Custom URL
-Advanced reporting
-Intuitive user interface
-Folders & search filters
-and more…

WAnnouncing-the-New-Bodis!e’ve also done a lot of soul searching and have decided to return to our roots and remain committed to domain parking only. This means our fixed price marketplace is coming to an end on February 1st, 2015. You can easily continue to list your parked domains for sale via Inquiry, Custom URL, or via our integrated option free of charge.
Lastly, we wanted to say that we have the next few months outlined and have more exciting features and positive improvements on the way!

We hope you like the new service as much as we do!

The Bodis Team

This news will definitely be good for those using Bodis as their primary parking company.