Using an AI Copywriting Tool for Outbound Sales

I occasionally send outbound emails to sell domain names. I combine a variety of Google search results with the lead generation tool at to create a small and highly targeted list of prospective buyers for each domain name I want to sell via outbound marketing. One thing that doesn’t change much is the content of the email.

Frankly speaking, I am not a data driven results person. I don’t do any testing of my outbound email efforts because I don’t and have never sent enough emails to allow me to get actionable results. I have also felt aligning a particular domain name with the right person at the right company is far more important than the email messaging.

That being said, I am a bit tired of sending a similar email for different domain names. In addition, rewriting my own email will likely produce a very similar sounding email, which sort of defeats the purpose.

This morning, Michael Cyger tweeted about an AI copywriting tool called CopyLime that may be able to help domain investors craft a better email than what they are currently using:

I tested the tool out using a couple of domain names I own, and the results were pretty decent. One email could be sent with minor edits and the other needed some bigger edits to make it make sense. Both provided what amounts to new set of eyes on an email template I have been using

As Michael wrote, I don’t endorse doing outbound email marketing. It would probably be considered by recipients to be spammy, particularly if someone is trying to sell a worthless domain name or is using a prospect list that is far too large. It can also be bad and/or risky to do outbound marketing on a domain name that could infringe on a trademark.

That being said, if you are faced with a bit of writer’s block, this AI copywriting tool for outbound cold marketing emails may give you some inspiration.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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