Yogi just shared some interesting outbound domain sales Do’s and Don’ts

Ah the world of outbound domain sales, something you need thick skin for and a healthy dose of persistence. One of the rising stars in the domain outbound world is Yogi Solanki, if you don’t know much about him yet feel free to check out this interview I did with him over the summer.

Yogi has been on a roll this year doing outbound and given the volume of emails he’s sending he’s been able to get a feel for what works and what doesn’t. Today on Twitter Yogi dropped some knowledge when it comes to email do’s and don’ts that I thought you’d all enjoy:

Domain Outbound Ideas

While I personally don’t have the time to do outbound, I do enjoy watching people who do and living vicariously through them 😊 If you decide that you want to try your hand at outbound, there’s no reason to repeat the same mistakes that others have learned from so data like what Yogi shared today can be pretty darn valuable.

One of the “don’ts” that Yogi shared that really resonated with me is the “this domain is short & very catchy” comment. I’ve always thought this never made sense when you’re trying to sell a domain. At the end of the day, if someone wants to buy a domain from you, they should hear the domain and find it catchy, brandable, etc. if they don’t – you saying that it is certainly isn’t going to mean anything to them.

I think it’s great that Yogi is giving back to the community by sharing data like this – thanks Yogi and keep it coming! 🙌

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  • Satish Daftari October 12, 2020, 4:57 pm

    Guy is good but he runs a spam business earlier he was on spam marketing business who moved to 199 Usd type domain selling.Has a team of people who keep blasting email to thousands of user and then he short list the EAD and talk to the top leads.
    Actually he is creating more harm then good for domainers.

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    • Ajay October 12, 2020, 11:56 pm

      Wow…. before calling out someone get your facts right, I’ve met this guy personally & he does not have any team/office, whatever you think “sherlock holmes”. Why you guys are so jealous about him? you are a Indian don’t you? Feel good man, that one of your own countryman is doing good in this industry & he is not doing any harm to this industry, in fact he is bringing newbies to this industry which will help this industry grow. Go & get a life man.

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      • Mike G October 13, 2020, 1:26 pm

        Agreed with the guy. selling domain at 299 and then posting on Twitter only created panic for people to send outbounds for low ball transactions.Nothing against Yogi.. Great effort and appreciate his determination.

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  • Jay October 13, 2020, 7:22 am

    I would 100% disagree that he is a spammer. When you spam people you are sending irrelevant information i.e. an insurance doamin to a popcorn company etc. I have see his process and he finds relevant companies who could benefit from his domain as a replacement or an upgrade. This is called marketing, cold email can be a very valuable marketing if and when done correctly and I dont know about his past but currently I think what Yogi is doing brings value to not only businesses that can utilize his services but also assisting domainers reach out to potential buyers for their domains. I believe he is bringing alot of value to the industry on both ends and does a fantastic job doing it. I congratulate him on his current success and wish him continued success in the future.

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  • Jys October 15, 2020, 8:11 am

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