1. Get the correct email. In many cases, Whois only shows the web developer contact information. 2. Keep your email short with no more than two paragraphs of only two or three short sentences. 3. Contact end-users one by one, never in bulk. 4. Don't keep contacting people that do not respond. 5. If you get a response, answer immediately. Most purchases are made impulsively. 6. Fully identify yourself or your company. 7. Give the recipient the option to stop receiving your emails or unsubscribing. 8. Don't ask the end-user to make an offer, because you are the one contacting him. You should know the price of your own product. 9. Have an online presence yourself (a domain portal or something of that sort). If end-users can't find you online, that might make them think twice about buying your name. 10. Modify the wording of your email once in a while.