Sedo Revises Parking Interface

Domain powerhouse Sedo announced today that they have revamped their parking interface based in part on feedback they received from users.  This change was long overdue, and the new interface is clean and easy to use.    Sedo summarized the changes this way:

The Domain Management Tool has also been updated in order to allow customers to review both parking and selling settings on a single page. This makes it easier to set optimization preferences for any parked domains as soon as it is added to a user’s account.

“Our main focus during this revamp was offering our clients the most user-friendly interface possible, including new and invaluable parking tools, and a top-performing parking section with much faster load times,” said Lissi Mack-de Boer, CSO of Sedo.

Just one part of the improvements is the introduction of an advanced reporting system with additional filters and customizable reports. Domain parking statistics can be displayed in a number of ways, and custom searches can be saved and easily accessed in the “Parking Reports” section. For clients who already park their domains with Sedo, we recommend that they log into their accounts and find out more about Optimization History, Searched Keywords, Custom Quick Views and our other new tools available under “Parking Reports”.

It’s nice to see Sedo putting some time and effort into it’s parking interface.  The graph in the picture shows my RPM for the last 12 months.  Things are looking up for me and my parked domains at Sedo, and domain sales have picked up as well.  

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