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Store your DNS records under revision control, and updating your records can be as simple as a "git commit && git push".

https://dns-api.com/




Shameless plug: https://github.com/StackExchange/dnscontrol is a provider independent way to manage your zones with a single dsl style file in source control.


That's pretty expensive, esp for side projects. I'm using a certbot extension for CloudFlare. Completely free.


I used to have a sliding scale of prices, based on volume, but my customers fall into two camps:

* Those with 1 or 2.

* Those with 10-40.

I suspect lowering the price(s) on a volume-scale would allow me to find customers with 40+ domains, but at the same time I'm happy where I am and seem to have a reasonable niche.




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