I just invested 3 hours doing outbound on a couple of .net names. Or should I say, wasted it! It is tricky! At times, it feels like I am working on something that may have no results. There could be a better use of my time, definitely! If I don't sell a domain by tomorrow, I would do one of the two things: 1) I will never do outbound again and focus on high-value names 2) I will hire someone to do the outbound for me Whenever I watch some interviews on DomainSherpa of people who did outbound and got great results, or open my Twitter with people selling 10 domains within 60 days of domaining, I get inspired to look at my portfolio, select a couple of names or 4-5 name and start approaching leads for those names. That's what I did yet again. Last month, or last to last month, I invested close to 10+ hours doing outbound and ended up not selling even one domain. This week again, I have invested 3 hours so far and approached close to 20 lead for a domain name that I wanted to sell, and thought that it could be a good value addition for them. I wouldn't disclose the domain name but the pricing was $199, which was way below the actual price of the domain name for which it could be sold. The name is expiring soon, so the pricing was done to liquidate and also get a boost for my outbound endeavors. However, either the effort or the strategy is lacking somewhere and I will need to figure this out. Outbound domainers, don't share your secret sauce! But some tips would help!