For domain investors with hundreds or thousands of names in their portfolios, management of those domains can be difficult. From ensuring all names are renewed to changing nameserver settings, doing this thousands of times across different registrars can be time consuming. This is why many domainers opt to consolidate their domains to one registrar in particular. There are many choices for registrars, and it can be difficult to select a specific registrar. Sometimes it can come down to simply registrar features, prices or existing relationships with registrar staff. Investors that consistently buy names via auctions can have hundreds of names at varying registrars. NameJet domains tend to go to eNom, whilst DropCatch domains tend to move to NameBright. Whilst these may not be an individual investor’s proffered registrar, eventually these names may be moved to a registrar of choice. Our poll this week asks whether you are consolidating all of your names to one specific registrar? You may be in the process of doing this for the first time, or you may have been consistently moving new purchases to a preferred registrar for some time. From a personal perspective, I have moved all of my domains to Uniregistry aside from several .CO.UK names which remain registered at GoDaddy.