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How to build a domain portfolio website

Labeled as question in General Domain Discussion started by samuk, Apr 24, 2019.

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  1. samuk

    samuk Established Member

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    Should I just build a wordpress website with a regular theme and link the domains to undeveloped
    or is there a way for the person to buy them right off the site?
     
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  2. alcy

    alcy Top Member VIP

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    go to yer undeveloped account
    click on your icon on top... click YOUR PROFILE

    this shows yoru whole folio

    copy the link you see....

    and thats yoru whole folio.. ready to buy from and search by anyone.

    your welcome.
     
  3. Bernard Wright

    Bernard Wright Established Member

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    It seems like many on NP are using Efty to publicize their domain portfolio. An advantage of this is the ability to distinguish your brand as a standalone shop. It makes you look more authoritative imo.

    Undeveloped also has its benefits for those who don't want to invest time/money/energy in setting up a site. I like the simplicity of their back end.

    If you want to invest some time/money/energy in learning how to setup your own standalone shop, built and operated by you, there are options. I have found Joomla to be a fun CMS to learn (still learning). You would likely need to become acquainted with various technical aspects of web design and hosting, but if you're the type that likes to explore and get their hands a little dirty, it might be a fun option.
     
    Last edited: Apr 25, 2019
  4. Pierre Barnard

    Pierre Barnard Top Member VIP

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  5. theceo

    theceo Established Member

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    i think you need a custom solution for this
     

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