Help us beta test SSL & Smart Landers

Here at Efty, we’re working hard to change how domain name investors utilize For-Sale landing pages for their domain name portfolio. Our Smart Landers feature will boost inquiries & sales, reach more qualified buyers for your domain names, and can help prevent UDRP and INDRP (India) losses.

Your For-Sale landing pages will also automatically be enabled with an SSL certificate for each individual domain name you point to Efty’s nameservers. Enabling SSL helps keep your visitor’s information safe, and having SSL on your For-Sale landing pages keeps your buyer’s mind at ease as it provides authentication and trust.

We’re currently rolling out SSL in beta, and we like to invite a few hundred more Efty Investors to join the beta while we scale up. In the following weeks, we will also onboard the first batch of users to help us test the brand-new Smart Landers.

Request an invite:

We’re ready to send out invites for a selected number of paying users committed to helping us test these exciting new features. To get on the list, drop us an email at [email protected] with the subject line: Beta test – and please specify if you wish to beta test the SSL landers, Smart Landers, or both.

One thought on “Help us beta test SSL & Smart Landers

  1. Hello Doron, How are you doing? I hope you are well.

    This is a great feature to give the buyers more trust regarding the domain landing page they land on.

    This can make the difference of a buyer making an offer or not, as trust is a big thing when landing on a webpage.

    Great new feature which your Efty customers will like.

    Matt Morgan

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