If you own a large portfolio of domain names, having a domain portfolio website can be a good way to sell domain names. If a prospective buyer can’t afford to buy a specific domain name, or if someone stumbles upon the website while seeking out a domain name, it can provide a good opportunity to offer other domain names for sale to a prospective buyer. In addition, it can look more professional to operate a portfolio website.
For someone with a smaller domain portfolio, having a portfolio website may not be as useful. A prospect looking for a cooking domain name, for example, may not be able to find a similar domain name in a person’s small portfolio, and thus, it would be less useful to operate a portfolio website.
There are at least a couple of companies that offer portfolio websites (like Efty, a DomainInvesting.com advertiser). For those more technically inclined, it may not be too difficult to build a portfolio website using WordPress or other content management system. I have done this to some extent with Embrace.com, although it is not a traditional portfolio management website.
Today’s daily poll asks if you have a domain portfolio website. You are welcome to share what you use and/or what you like or dislike about it.