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How to contact end-users by telephone

Located in Domain Beginners, started by SamDam, Apr 30, 2017

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  1. SamDam

    SamDam Established Member

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    I like doing outbound marketing for my domains, and some part of this process is limited to available data which is only Persons Names and / or Telephone Numbers.

    As I'm not a USA or Europe resident, and assume that the prospect buyers may be mainly in USA and / or anywhere in the world wide.

    so if I want to speak to these prospect buyers, (in case I need to that) my question is :

    - How to know if the telephone number is for a mobile or a land line. is there an easy or fast tool for that.
    - What is the cheapest way to call them and what internet tools to use.
    - How to do it in general information need.
    - What other ideas do you have and / or suggest.

    I appreciate if you can answer any of my questions or all of whatever you know.
    Thanks
     
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  2. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    I would advise against cold calling to sell names. If anyone cold calls me to sell anything, then they get a mouthful of extreme abuse. That seems to have got me onto a "don't call" list, and that suits me. :)

    The telephone number in my domain regs is for an active mobile that I never take with me. I use it to sign up for supermarket promotions as well, so calling it will just be a waste of money.
     
  3. frank-germany

    frank-germany domainer since 2001 / musician VIP

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    looks like you are not typical


    I am happy if a prospect calls me anytime
    thats why I even got a US 800 number
     
  4. Kuffy

    Kuffy Name Stag VIP

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    I think he is talking about sales calls, not prospective buyers.
     
  5. SamDam

    SamDam Established Member

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    Thanks @Kuffy & @frank-germany for your inputs. I'm sorry if I was not clear for my request or not explaining right what I need, but let me say it in other way.

    - I own a domain name.
    - I want to sell it
    - I searched Google and found what looks like a buyer for my domain.
    - I found only a person name and his telephone ( no website , no email )
    - I want to speak to him using telephone.
    - I'm not living in USA
    - The person lives in USA
    - HOW (don't tell me use my land telephone or my mobile to call him), I'm asking a cheap practical way or an internet tool or service?

    P.S. I may need to do this few times daily.

    Thanks for your sharing,
     
  6. LiamShiff

    LiamShiff Established Member

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    You can use skype credits or something called MagicJack (gives you an American or Canadian telephone number for a yearly fee)
     
  7. JudgeMind

    JudgeMind BrandAim.com PRO VIP Trusted Contest Holder

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    I usually pick up the phone, dial their number and talk to them..

    I'm just messing with ya..

    Some great help above from other users!!
     
  8. drynyks

    drynyks Established Member

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    Just make call and be polite without trademark name then do not call. But to call make a good offer or do not bother
     
  9. kamcreation

    kamcreation Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    You can get a google voice number and enjoy free calls to US (Google how to get one if you are outside US)
    Alternatively you can get a Skype number or any other similar service to do cheap call to US.
     

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