After having dropped a mail, is following up with some of the leads (say you only email 5 - 10 leads per domain name) which are highly thought-through, targeted, and written a very personalized email, a good idea? I have read posts from people saying that it has worked for some of them but not sure about the success rate. I understand that there are a number of questions and factors that come up here like: 1) Did you drop the email first and then call up as a follow up OR do you directly call-up? 2) Was the number from the same country? 3) What is the time when you call? 4) The domain name that you are selling? 5) Pricing and negotiation Having said all this, and there might be n number of factors whether calling works for one versus not. However, in general, when it comes to calling and selling your domain names to highly targeted leads, does it make sense to carry out such an experiment especially given the time when people are working from home? While I do realize that emails are a better way to sell, and nothing like it, there were a couple of responses in my previous post bringing out this method of pitching the domain name to prospects. I mean, given the way big brokers conduct deals, it looks like email wouldn't be the only method used in such deals. There would be discussions, meetings maybe, and a number of calls before the buyer press the Buy Now and transfers the funds. Have you ever tried it in any stage of the negotiation process as well? Say after the buyer confirms the sale but doesn't process the payment or as a means of direct reach out? Kindly share your experience, views or thoughts around the same. If it is seen in fair light, I may go ahead and try it out, and later share the results on the forum.