A couple of weeks back, I created this thread asking for suggestions on how we can automate the outbound process and save time, while also reaching out to the right potential buyers. https://www.namepros.com/threads/automating-outbound.1211767/ The thread had 3 kinds of responses: 1) People criticizing the entire process of outbound itself (and I understand that it is a grey area - I consider it this way and hence, I understand your side of the story as well) 2) Some said that the outbound needs to be targeted and personalized 3) Some others said that it is alright to reach out, as long as you consider them as the right prospects, without a personalized message as well. After a lot of research, trying and testing tools out (consider that I am not a techie) to see if something exist, if there are free tools that can ease up the process and anything related to that, I could not find any (chances are, there might be some but I personally couldn't find anything). So I wrote a script myself after reading things here and there for like 20 hours or so. Here is how the AUTOMATED OUTBOUND works now: 1) Leads are generated by me and put into a CSV file ( I am not sure of a platform that gives out the email of first 25 search results for a keyword I type in - if you know, please help. For example, if I type in 'MedicalMarijuana' in Google search bar, can I get the emails of the first 25 search results that show up?) 2) I run the script which reads from the CSV file 3) It goes through each of the email address and sends out an email at a particular interval, with a fixed message and price Positives 1) I just need to generate the leads and run the script 2) It saves a lot of time and effort 3) I can do it while doing other stuff since it is automated Negatives 1) I still need to research the leads, copy the email address, and put it in CSV (genuine process but if I get the answer to point 1 above, I think this effort can be reduced) 2) The script is not personalized (It is more like ' I am offering "domain name" for sale at '$$$' and awaiting your response") 3) Not able to track if the email was delivered, opened etc. 4) The server disconnects after some time and restarts from the first lead. So, need to eliminate that to avoid resending emails to the same lead. Overall, I tried sending emails to 4 of my ids and it worked fine. I will eliminate the errors and do my first outbound early next week, using this system to see how it works. Worst case scenario, I see this as a great tool for follow-up. Looking forward to your comments, and help on point number 1.