Afternic Integration GoDaddy Hangout on Google+

If you are a domain name seller, you might be interested in attending GoDaddy’s Google+ Hangout tomorrow. Representatives from GoDaddy will discuss Afternic’s integration with GoDaddy and answer some questions at the conclusion of the Hangout. The free event  is scheduled for Tuesday, July 28 at 1:00 PM EST (tomorrow).

I exchanged emails with Joe Styler, Aftermarket Product Manager at GoDaddy, and he shared some additional information about the Hangout with me. According to Joe, the company is “starting a regular monthly Aftermarket Hangout with a focus more on domain investors than the general public as the past ones have been. This is the inaugural hangout and it will be about how Afternic works and what integration with GoDaddy looks like for the domain investor.”

Alan Shiflett and Todd Cantwell from Afternic will be leading the Hangout, and they plan to cover the basics of listing domain names for sale on Afternic while sharing some best practices to improve ROI. They also plan to discuss how the Afternic and GoDaddy integration works. In addition, they will share some real results from Afternic users who utilize best practices.

There will be some time saved at the end for participants to ask questions about using Afternic. This is a 30 minute hangout, and it will be archived on YouTube for those who are unable to watch it live. I presume the company will be happy to answer any questions that are not answered during the show.

If you are around tomorrow and have some time, you might want to attend the GoDaddy Google+ Hangout. Even if you aren’t around for this one, you might want to keep abreast of future Hangouts that cover topics of interest to you.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. Thanks for this information, and I’ll certainly be submitting some questions. Such as, why do your domains resolve for day after day to an error 403 page once you change to Afternic DNS? Surely this could be speeded up?

    • Yes , Maggie , the 403 Error will indeed resolve for days on end. Quite annoying. After 24 hours I just simply call Afternic to correct it.
      Another issue that needs to be corrected is that at times after a price change the domain will go into “review” status , and thus no longer be listed for sale. Again , after 24 hours I call Afternic.
      BTW , IMO Afternic’s CSRs are some of the most courteous and helpful in the industry and have always immediately resolved the above mentioned issues.
      Anyway , these are issues best addressed to Afternic directly. And I will be doing so.

  2. Thanks for pointing this out. I have let the appropriate people know about it at Afternic. Until this is resolved more eloquently you can reach out to support and they will be able to assist you with this.


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