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End-user sales

Here is Part II to the post I began earlier in the week.  In case you missed Part I, here is the first sample end-user email. This second example is short and to the point.  Again, I’m not trying to sell the buyer on initial contact, but mainly just to elicit a response of some […]

Domain investor Elliot Silver recently shared an example email for contacting potential end-users about domain names for sale, so I thought I’d share a couple of my own. For what it’s worth, I do not consider myself a great salesman and I have never had a tremendous amount of success at cold-contacting, but these are […]

I talked in my last post about how I’d been working on the sale of a developed domain with traffic by targeting Google Adwords advertisers. Today I wanted to share the early results of another approach that I used this week to try to generate a sale for another (different) developed site of mine. Owen […]

… You can’t make ’em drink. Following is how I arrived at this somewhat painful aphorism earlier in the week … I decided I would try to sell one of my developed websites. The site receives around 200 visitors per month. This is not a huge amount of traffic, but its for a fairly niche […]

Domain Auction Marketing

January 25, 2010

Jamie Zoch has just written an interesting post on his blog with advice and some helpful pointers on submitting domain names to auctions. I wanted to expand on the section he wrote on auction promotion. I think Jamie is very on target with what he says here: “Many sellers assume that your domain name submitted […]

Its difficult to sell some domains no matter how hard you try. Here’s the account of how I tried and failed to bring more buyers to a recent Sedo auction for a .us domain … I received an offer via Sedo for the domain sledding.us. The initial offer was a lowball offer of $60 (the […]