New options make it harder for potential complainants to show you were trying to sell a domain name.
Domain name selling platform Efty has launched new landing page designs that the company says will help prevent UDRP and INDRP (India) losses.
While not the only requirement for finding cybersquatting under UDRP, complainants often try to show that the domain name owner registered the domain name with an eye toward selling it to the alleged trademark holder.
Instead of saying that the domain name is for sale, the Efty landers say it may be for sale.
I’m not sure how much deference UDRP panelists give to the terms may and is; it probably has a lot to do with how you respond.
The INDRP landers don’t even say the domain is for sale. They only have a contact form for “business inquiries.” (INDRP is really a joke of an arbitration process.)
The content of your landing page is only part of what matters in a UDRP. And it’s worth pointing out that sometimes adding relevant pay-per-click ads to your landing page can even help you in a UDRP because they can show you used the domain name for a legitimate purpose.
Still, I think these are nice options to have at your disposal for domain names that might be targeted.