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How can I reach to potential customers ?

Labeled as advice in Domain Beginners, started by knortal, Oct 18, 2020

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  1. knortal

    knortal Established Member

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    Hello,

    I have created site with my domain portfolio - namedime.(com).

    I have also listed them on Dan, Squadhelp, Uniregistry.

    Please advice on how can I promote my site to reach out to potential customers.

    Thanks
    K
     
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  2. AK85

    AK85 covd.com Gold Account

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    Marketing is not my expertise, but if you're after making money from domains, here's my advise:

    First you need to know your budget, let's say you have a $1,000.
    Next you need to know your target, let's say 4L .com.

    Now bearing in mind that market is down, you can really get a lot of domain for your $1,000. Here's how:

    DO NOT go ahead and be like 90% people here & grab a $100 4L .com thinking that buying 10 domains is a bargain. Let's say you are planning to keep them for 2 years to sell them when the market is better, this is 10 names x 10 renewal fees x 2 years = $200. avoid this senior.

    back to your 1,000 budget. buy a premium domain for 700-900. save 100-200
    Sell this name for 1,500 (which should be easy if the name is great!). now you have 1,500 + what you saved. Next, buy a 1,300 domain & sell it for 2k.

    Repeat this, and in 1 year you'll reach 100k before you know it. Having top domains people will reach you & less marketing will be needed.

    Again, that's only my opinion, by time you will grow your own techniques. buying the cheapest investments is not always advisable, unless you really know what you're doing.

    Hope this helps,
    Amr
     
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  3. Josytal

    Josytal Top Contributor VIP

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    Advertising is one of the options. But it may not worth it with your portfolio of 20 domains.
     
  4. CraigD

    CraigD 360promo.com VIP

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    You have a nice site with domains listed on multiple marketplaces, a Twitter account, and it's all being indexed by Google. I think you have your bases covered :)

    You may consider a landing page for each domain (for SEO) that points back to your main site or your marketplaces.

    You could try outbound email but it may be a waste of your time.

    Market via your Twitter account?

    Or just sit back and wait with fingers crossed :)
     
  5. knortal

    knortal Established Member

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    Cool strategy, I need to build experience in appraising domains before I start investing 700+ $ per domain.
     
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  6. AK85

    AK85 covd.com Gold Account

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    We are all learning here, take your time before any investment.

    Best of luck!
    Amr
     
  7. knortal

    knortal Established Member

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    I have selected 30 domains from my portfolio to try different sales strategies.

    I want to come up with a plan so my site can start selling at least one domain per month.
     
  8. gilescoley

    gilescoley Top Member PRO VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Email potential buyers, putting up site with all your names listed wont sell your names unless you have really good names.

    Approaching buyers is the best way to make sales, dont buy names without having a list of potential buyers, this is the most common newbie mistake. Stay away from hand registering available names as well, another common newbie mistake. These names are available for a reason.

    Good luck
     

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