The Investment Dominator Quick Start Guide Part 2 – Setting Up Domains

Hello and welcome to the second part of your journey with the Investment Dominator. The main topic for today is how you can begin to set up your domains for your buying and selling site. This article is meant to be a gateway to other domain providers which means it will be constantly updated.

If you missed part 1 of the Quick Start Guide on setting up your profile, please click here

If you are wondering the reason for customizing and creating our own domain since we are already provided a default one. You want to remain different from your peers and the best way to do this is by adding a personal flair to your website link. Especially when sending this out to your potential prospects!

Step 1: Register Your Domain and Point It To The Investment Dominator Server

Please note we recommend having separate buying and selling domains. This is simply because they both have two different purposes and in order to keep the flow of traffic to your site regulated for your potential prospects there should respectively be two channels one for selling and one for buying.

Step 2: Mapping Your Domain To your Investment Dominator App

Once the setup has been made with your domain and directed to our server the next step in the process will be to connect it to Investment Dominator.

Go into the customize tab on the Investment Dominator and go into your Website Settings – Buying from this section you will be prompted with an option to change your domain. Go ahead and click on this so we can register your new domain.

Go ahead and enter your new domain information for your buying site and if you made sure to connect your C-Name record with Investment Dominator click the check box below. From there hit the next button to confirm your domain name.

Step 3: Secure Your New Domains

Now after you confirm you will be prompted with a screen telling you your domain was changed and instead of just clicking okay we want to hit the Click Here To Secure Your Domain button. A lot of people miss this step so if you happened to click away, go into Customize -> Website Settings – then under the buying site domain there should be a button like so in the picture above which says Secure Your Domain.

Then you will be presented with a screen that looks like this enabling you to generate your SSL provided by Investment Dominator which will secure your website so you can have even better search optimization for your Buying or Selling site.

Then there you have it you have officially set up your Domains and have redirected them onto the Investment Dominator. Not to mention your sites are also now secured allowing for search engines to quickly prioritize your site rather than if it was not secured. The next step of this journey is Quick Start Guide Part 3 which is all about Customizing you can find this here. While you are still at the start of your journey with the Investment Dominator If you run into technical problems you can also message using the help function provided. For more information on where to find this check out this article here.

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How to Manage Offer Campaign – Part 2

Step 3: Adding Custom Statuses

Hello Again, From what we discussed in How to Manage Offer Campaign Part 1 we now have a firm understanding of the Default Deal Flow Setup and now we want to learn how to add our own custom Statuses. In order to do that let’s start with the custom statuses for the Prospect Stage.

So if you are now just starting from this tutorial go ahead and log into your investment dominator. Go ahead and follow the arrow in the picture above pointing to the customize section.

From the customize section go ahead and click on ‘Custom Stages and Statuses’ then this page will open up like so:

Proceed to scroll down until you hit a section in which you can add your own status which you can see represented by the arrow above.

Following the chart from How to Manage Offer Campaign Part 1 for the purposes of this article, we are going to focus on the ‘Prospect’ stage and create our ‘Custom Statuses’ which are represented as orange. Just as a reminder the beige is the default deal setup which you can go over again from the article linked to part 1.

You will be introduced by a window asking you about the ‘Custom Status‘ type you wish to create go ahead and choose Land. You will then notice from the arrows above the fields which need your attention. Since we are in the ‘Prospect Stage’ and looking to add on additional letters. Following our ‘Mailed Letter 1′ will be ‘Mailed Letter 2’ which goes under the ‘Status Name’ then under ‘Status Options’ click the checkmark for ‘Generate Document’ after this go-ahead click the add button.

You will now see after adding the custom status it now shows up under the ‘Custom Property Status’ highlighted in a red box above. Now for the purpose of this tutorial let’s generate a ‘Mailed Letter 3’ which we will repeat the same steps we did for ‘Mailed Letter 2’.

Keep in mind it’s the same steps as before, but for ‘Status Name’ put ‘Mailed Letter 3’. Now after hitting the add button you should see your newly created ‘Statuses‘.

From this point, we now need to correct the order in which our Statuses will communicate with each other just like how we have it in our diagram above. Go ahead and click the ‘Sort Status’ button to the right of the ‘Add Status’ button.

You will now be prompted with a window showing you the Custom Statuses we have created. Since we are primarily working on Land you can see above ‘Prospect’ are the custom statuses we created. These are out of order and in order to change this, we can drag and drop them below. Like so :

So first should be ‘Prospect’ then ‘Mailed Letter 1’, and then both custom statuses following respectively. Then all you would have to do is click the ‘Save’ button to finalize everything we have done. Now for the final part of this, we will be adding custom documents that will be attached to your custom statuses. You can find this on How to Manage Offer Campaign Emails Part 3