Labeled as guide in Domain Selling and Domain Sales, started by rohitgoyal, Sep 20, 2018
What type of payouts for sold domains do they have?
wire, paypal, btc
They are in baby diaper mode and they want you to change their diapers..
Even with this whole thread, rest assured many are going to register bs and send emails with dumb details, you cant save everyone.
No one has time for personal coaching and Rohit is not a prophet lol. Read, try, learn and good luck.
I see that you are working a lot, I will have to send you as soon as possible beer package. Light or dark?
I am fine with both , haven't received gift since ages so anything Will do
Lets Say You Have More Than One Domain For The Potential Customer...
Would You Include All Domains In The 1st Email?
Thanks In Advance.
No first mail would be for one domain only. Once deal is finalized than we can offer them other domains related to their niche. If multiple options are provided in first mail than client gets confused and reduces the chances of closing the deal.
Thank You For The Reply.
What Happens If They Say No To The First Email / First Domain...
Would You Then Say "I Have These Also..."
Thanks For Your Time
No normally i dont. I only offer them new domains or discuss further if they have shown positive response to my first mail.
If you have
Offer them the best one in the first email. If they are not interested then leave them alone and move to the next customer, dont harrass them, dont be desperate.
Have a system and follow it, diligently.
If they are interested meaning they see your domain as unique and they offer 150$, dont throw another domain out of nowhere and try to sell both for 200$ because they are going to wonder about whats available and how to get the best value for their dollar even it means registering themselves or buying from someone else. Close the deal first.
Very good advice - much in the same vein that Chris Voss of "Never Split the Difference" preaches. A no is merely a starting point!
This doesnt apply to all imo.
In this example if you have newly registered domains you are trying to sell for 300$ and you have contacted 50 people with basic price and info and some say no, then I guess theres nothing else you can do with them. If they have a strategy then they should recontact you after weeks asking for a cheaper price so i guess theres no need to run after $xxx customers, when they are abundant
You need an email tracking tool to see when they open your email.
If they dont say anything and they keep opening your email over the weeks then it might be a lead.
I have several questions regarding e-mail sending. I used to use gmail for sending e-mails, but at one point my messages started to be marked as spam and now I have to find an alternative. I realized that you are using bigrock, and that you have 100 registered domains from which you are sending e-mails. I have a few questions about this:
1. Are your e-mails connected to some service (like gmail or other) or sent from bigrock.
2. What tool do you use for tracking sent e-mails?
3. I send about 200 mail per day, how many domains you recommend me to register for sending those e-mail?
4. How many different templates are you rotating?
Thanks in advance
Kindly read the whole thread , majority of your queries are already answered....
If someone says flat out no to the name, move on. No sense being a nuisance bugging because then that would be spam. Now if you quote a price in an email and they say no, too high or no, too much, then yes, follow up and barter with them a price and explain why you think they should purchase in a short and concise manor at least once more.
I tried using Gmail along with Streak for tracking, but had a lot of trouble getting my emails delivered.
When I went back to my domain based email I did not have that problem anymore.
Hope this helps
Hello @ Cdomains
What Email Tracker Do You Use With Your Domain Based Email?
There is no other good, reasonably priced tracker that I have found, so I don't use one anymore.
It was very helpful to see when someone opened an email and how many times
they viewed it, and I do miss that, however it has not made a difference where sales
If someone is interested they will respond to your email.
I recommend contactmonkey. 15$/month. 200 email limit/day.
Its a chrome extension that works with gmail (you have to give individual gmail access).
It shows how many times the mail was opened. Date, time, ip, which device, links clicked etc.. + charts.
# of emails sent over a time period, emails opened, % opened, % multiple opens, average opens, average time to open, you can ''star'' emails in gmail and it will track those seperatly if you want. its good stuff; theres a 14 day trial. One of my leads has opened the mail 19 times in 1 week, last time a couple hours ago. Hasn't responded yet. Neither did I.
Its good tool.
But seriously why should a lead open an email for 19 times without replying or going ahead to make the purchase.
How soon can one follow up on such lead if there is no response? I have one that opened the mail 12 times within two days from different devices. Although the price is not quoted in the mail but there is a for sale lander on the domain with price.
100 different email addresses from the same domain?
Or 100 different email addresses from 100 different domains?
If they are opening it so much then they must be curious. Leave them a week or two and see if its still the case.
Which tool do you use for tracking emails and for postpone sending? @rohitgoyal
Separate names with a comma.