Daily Poll: Do You Do Outbound Marketing to Sell Domain Names?


Outbound marketing takes quite a bit of time and effort. You need to research prospective buyers, custom tailor emails, and send a few to the most qualified buyers. Outbound marketing for good domain name is an effective tool to sell good domain names.

Today’s poll question is Do You Do Outbound Marketing to Sell Domain Names? You are invited to vote in the poll below and are welcome to share additional thoughts in the comment section.

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  1. I’m 50/50 on this one. As you mentioned, it’s very time consuming and takes a lot of research and preparation to do it the right way. Anything other than that or trying to cut corners is just a huge time waster that won’t get any responses.

    I prefer the sit and wait game nowadays. I develop mine out, get them generating revenue and occasionally get an inquiry. The ones that don’t pay their own renewals and initial investment each year get passed along to someone else with more time on their hands and a desire to get an “out of the box” online business going.

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