Consolidate Domain Expiration Dates
I have written about this before however it is ideal for the end of the year. If you own multiple domains it can be a chore to keep track of when they need to be renewed. One way to do it is to change all their expiration dates to the same date. Currently when you register a domain, a website name, you register for a number of years. So the expiration date is either 12, 24, 36, etc. months away.
You may have renewal dates such as 1/15 , 2/17, 5/18, 6/20, 6/24, 7/15 etc. for all your domains. You can use a feature provided by GoDaddy to change all the expiration dates. You are charged on a pro-rated basis, so no more than you would normally pay. By changing them all to the same expiration date you will only have to renew your domains once a year. Such as 12/20, then every December you renew them. Much easier to remember.
How to Consolidate Expiration Dates
With Go Daddy you log into your account and then go to the account management tab. Next choose the domain management link. You place a check mark in the box to the left of each domain you wish to consolidate. On the upper menu choose the renew icon by hovering over it. The menu (see image to the right of this text) will appear and you choose to consolidate. It is that simple, just follow the instructions.