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Spring clean

Discussion in 'Domain Name Registrars' started by doodlebug, Mar 24, 2013.

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  1. doodlebug United Kingdom

    doodlebug Well-Known Member

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    Just to say for all domainers, maybe you should do a spring clean >

    Check list :

    Make sure UK domains old and new are set to 2 years for renewals because registrars have renewals set to 1 year now by default.

    Take domains off renewal if you don't want to keep them or have sold them.

    Check you have privacy switched on/off for each domain depending on your preference ?

    Make sure TLDs are locked !

    Check your payment details both primary and second methods.

    Do you have domains with an alternative registrar as oppose to your usual registrar, if so then transfer out.

    Check the status of previous transfers.

    Happy cleaning 8)

    ps. feel free to add more jobs ;-)
     
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  3. Simon United Kingdom

    Simon Active Member

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    Good idea here are somethat I need todo.

    Check name servers resolve to where the are intended.
    Check whois details are correct
    Check your email addresses for registrars are correct so renewal emails go to the correct place
    Go through previous sales threads removing old sales if you don't do so at the time.
     
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    Bailey Well-Known Member

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    And don't forget to "Spring clean" out the rubbish
     
  5. DaveLeeds United Kingdom

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    Buy based on facts and figures and not on a wing or a prayer. Avoid that DoubleuDoubleuDoubleu.eu moment ;)
     
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