Discussion in 'Sold Domains' started by Federer, Jan 29, 2015.
Just sold for £500 after sending out some targeted emails earlier.
.uk again, not worth registering hmm
Lol I'm sure I saw this actually available a couple of weeks back and thought 'meh'. (I scan many keyword combinations). Just goes to show, you have that magical touch!
Personally had mixed success trying this approach. I do specify an asking price in my email, something you don't do I understand? I've sold domains for £400 from outbound emailing but had no takers on others for £90 (seemed dead certs to me!).
Care to share one of your email sales templates?
Here it is:
We are contacting some companies concerning a domain we are selling:
Please let us know if you would be interested in acquiring this domain name that is now available.
Key Domains Unipessoal LDA
2560-309 Torres Vedras
+351 261 424 469
- If you would prefer not to be contacted about domain acquisition opportunities in the future, please respond with opt out or unsubscribe in the subject line.
This is a one-time advertisement.
Registration information: whois.domaintools.com/cloudcomputingservices.co.uk
That wording in an email approach works? I'm surprised!
When you say sold, do you mean paid for and transferred, as quite often they remain in your name for a long time afterwards.
Companies love short, to-the-point messages - the read-rate is MUCH higher with 2-3 lines.
When we post SOLD, we have either already received payment or been promised payment within 24 hours. Transfers are always a little later.
It was more to do with the grammar tbh.
I'd probably suggest posting sold once it is actually sold and transferred. Do the buyers agree to you disclosing the price?
As with all domain sales across all sales platforms > Unless the buyer asks for an NDA (on these £100-£500 sales), the majority of the sales are shared.
What kind of responses do you get to the email and how do you agree on a price?
I find getting the interest of companies can be achievable, but it falls down on the price or on buying from an unknown person. For example, I've had 8 people interested in domain names in the last 3 weeks. Only 1 has completed!
Separate names with a comma.