DropCatch Should Create a Daily Active Auction Email

Just about every afternoon, I receive an email from DropCatch.com with the subject, “Daily Auction Results.” The email lists the domain names I bid on but lost in auctions that ended that day. This email isn’t very useful, particularly because the sale price is not disclosed, but I do find myself occasionally saying, “shit, that auction ended today?”

Instead of sending an email with auction results, DropCatch customers might be better served by receiving an Active Auction email. This email would be helpful if it included the domain names customers are bidding on along with the current auction price and auction end date.

This type of email would be helpful because it would serve as a reminder for me to bid on domain names in auction I might have forgotten about. Oftentimes with DropCatch.com, I find myself placing a bid on an auction and not following through with subsequent bids unless I really want the name.

If customers find the Auction Results email to be helpful, DropCatch could add the auction results to the Active Auction email I propose they implement. They could call it something else – Daily Auction Status would be suitable.

An Active Auction email should be easy to implement and would likely drive revenue right away. This seems like a no-brainer to me, especially in the wake of missing out on an auction that I was following over the weekend and totally forgot about during our travels.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn


  1. Elliot, in case you or your readers aren’t aware, anyone can view their DropCatch buying activity which shows who won the domain and what the auction closed at by going to the link below (or login, click “Buying”, and “See My history”). Though, it would be great if we could get this information in the email so that we don’t have to go back and view it ourselves. That way the email could serve some purpose as you mentioned.


Leave a Reply

Recent Posts

Chat.com Profitably Resold for 8 Figures

In March of this year, I reported on the sale of Chat.com. The domain name was acquired by HubSpot Co-Founder Dharmesh Shah for more...

First Look at my 2023 Domain Industry PMC Jersey

This August, I will be riding in my 10th Pan-Mass Challenge ride to raise funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. I will be riding...

Just Add “The”

I went to the post office the other day to buy stamps. I had a brief conversation with the person working at the counter,...

Uni-Parked Domains Now “may be for sale”

When GoDaddy announced the Afternic to Uni transition, I was notified I would need to change any Uni-related nameservers I use. I was curious...

2023 Pan-Mass Challenge

On August 5-6, I will embark on my tenth Pan-Mass Challenge ride to raise funds for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Dana-Farber is one of the...