Labeled as guide in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by rohitgoyal, Sep 20, 2018
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This discussion is a fantastic tutorial for understanding the outbound sale process (and inbound too!) Thanks a lot to Rohit and to all other members for this great thread.
I'm just starting up in domaining and I have some limitations for selling emails because I live in Italy where the can spam regulations are strict, so I can send unsolicited emails.
To get around the problem I thought I could use the socials like Facebook or Linkedin to message the prospect and sell my domains? Do you think it is feasible? Are there any risks of violating the rules in this way too? Thanks in advance for your answers!
Facebook will limit you with sending new messages unless you're sending very few, targeted messages. Linkedin will limit you severely with this. There are much better options.
What are these better options? Can you elaborate? Thanks
Advertising mainly. It has to be either that or emails. I don't think there's a third viable option.
Is there any way to use linkedin anonymously? For example can you use a free sms number for phone number verification?
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I have a question that may be stupid but it intrigues me. Why an estabilished site owner who already has a domain name that is working well would be interested in buying Geo+keyword or any other new company/ brand domain name?
@rohitgoyal @Bob Hawkes what do u think? Thank you so much in advance
It clearly would depend on situation and many would not be interested. I guess for those who would, the idea that some people might try searching that way, say VictoriaSpas for spas in Victoria where I live, so if you owned that, and redirected it to your website, you would get possible leads. They might guess how much volume and whether it supports the acquisition. But most owners with a well working web presence are not keen on considering additional domain names, I think.
I have a few nice names for Sale. They are at a brand marketplace. Can I adverise in Google AdWord. How would be the chances of getting an End User?
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In addition to this
1. Such a geo domain can also be used for paid advertising (Google adwords) since displayed domain would clearly show as to what is it about & might improve the Click Through rate (CTR) for advertiser.
2. Some business owner might also want to start an additional lead capture site where such a domain can be used.
3. Setting a 302 Redirect of such a domain to their main site might also provide some additional SEO benefit. Although, not sure as to how much of an impact this might have but it could be a small SEO signal. I say this because it was a big signal in past but Google Algo updates in last few years might have decreased the strength of this SEO Signal.
4. Some business owners might buy such domains in order to prevent their competition from having it. This usually happens in highly competitive niches for keywords with good search metrics.
There may be other reasons so I encourage community members to chime in.
Thanks for writing this post.You have really done a great job with this post.It's so helpful for a beginner. It's amongst the best posts I have ever read. May god bless you.
Has anyone tried partnering with some web design agency and offer geo domains along with a website?
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