6/14/13

Email Extractor Makes Finding Potential Buyers Much Easier!

I teased my discovery of this new helpful tool a few weeks back.  Email Extractor allows you to scour websites via a keyword or phrase thru multiple search engines to gather email addresses.  The interface is super simple and the return is great.  You only need to weed out dummy and irrelevant email addresses as the program can't tell you which emails you specifically would care to send a domain sales solicitation to.  This definitely can be considered spammy, but I fall back on that I clean the list up to only the email addresses for the businesses I see a possible interest in the domain name I'm looking to flip.  It's only available for the PC and you can download it for free here: http://emailextractorpro.com/download.html The free version lets you do everything except export the list, so you can try it out as much as you like.  I dropped the $44.95 to unlock the full version and flipped a name my first go around.  I'm glad I did it because it takes much less time to generate 2-3x the amount of emails to contact.
Check out the video review:


Let me know what you think if you have used or begin using Email Extractor.  Also, got any other tools or tips for domainers we haven't mentioned on the blog - please share with us, we're always looking to learn more!!!

6/9/13

The Good Email Responses

Not too long ago, I shared the angry email response I received from the angry Canadian (no offense to Canadians) web IT guy (no offense to web IT... well, never mind) that was upset I contacted one of his clients soliciting a name.  Those don't happen often, but when they do, they can sting a bit.
Fortunately, most replies are positive and I wanted to share two recent ones:

Thank you.

What I find unusual, is it's not often someone will push a domain before payment is made.  I am constantly on the lookout for whatever scam is being presented, and ALWAYS have that watchful eye working overtime.

Then after I offered $400 for the one domain, you included the second.  This too was unexpected.

Thanks again!

It's stuff like this that makes domaining fun for me.  I invest some time, spend a few bucks, identify someone that will find value from it, and make a little money.  They're happy and so am I!

Most email responses from clients are not as complimentary as the one above, but even something like this, from the Vice President of a company, can make me smile:

Thank you for your help. I will keep you in mind!

She's keeping me in mind because in all my sale-close emails, I thank them for their business and offer any domain service I might be able to assist with now or in the future.  I've had near a dozen flips to clients I've sold names to before.  It's worth developing and maintaining those relationships.  Keep your head up, keep registering names, be persistent... your day and good emails will come!

 
Design by Wordpress Theme | Bloggerized by Free Blogger Templates | coupon codes