DotSauce News Updated! Features Domaining and Related Industry FeedsPublished May 5th, 2011 Current Events, Domain Industry, Domain Names, DotSauce, Marketing, Tools & Resources, Web Development View Comments
The old DotSauce Domain News site never really took off because it lacked some key features. Headlines were not always delivered in a timely manner. Quite a big problem for a news site, so I had planned to update it later in 2011.
I am pleased to announce DotSauce News has been completely renovated early and is now live. The original site was powered by a hosted service, Slinkset, which is being shut down completely. I had to act fast, but I am happy with the development progress of the new site thus far.
Wide and Unique Coverage
DotSauce News currently features 70 feeds representing a near comprehensive collection of the most popular blogs and publications from the following industries.
- Web Development
More news sources will be added over the coming days and weeks and suggestions are always welcome. Please leave a comment below.
Advanced Site Features
Some site features and concepts are still being developed. No login is needed at this time, but the option to create a customizable DotSauce News account may be incorporated as a service offered to DotSauce Domain Club members in the near future.
Here are a few of the features that make DotSauce News stand out:
- Multiple industry coverage
- Feeds sortable by engagement score or alphabetically
- Full article reading for many feeds
- Multiple feed and in-article advanced search
- Curated list of favorite articles
- Multiple layout options for readability
What do you think of the new DotSauce News site? Read up on the latest in domains, business, SEO and more, then come back to let me know what you think.
Would you like to see additional categories or more advanced domain news feed sources such as domain marketplaces or discussion forums? Please leave your feedback in the comments below.
I would also appreciate it if you help spread the latest domain news coverage around the web by sharing the new DotSauce News site with your network.