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Feb '24

How to change Afternic listings to lease-to-own in bulk – Domain Name Wire

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Here’s how you can add lease-to-own to multiple domain names at one time.Picture of one hundred dollar bills with the words "lease to own"
Last year Afternic introduced lease-to-own (LTO) payment plans to Afternic listings.
After attending the ICA meeting in Las Vegas last week, one of my takeaways was to enable LTO on more of my domain names.
There are two ways to do this: painstakingly, one by one, or using the bulk price update feature in Afternic.
I’ll call it a “bulk update lite” for the purpose of setting up LTO. You can’t upload a list of domains and the lengths you want to set them for, but you can set an across-the-board LTO term for the  domains you select. It also automatically reduces the term if the monthly payment dips below Afternic’s $100 threshold.
I put together a quick video showing how to do this. I’d appreciate your feedback on this type of video and if you’d like to see more like it.


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