Uniregistry’s SVP of sales discusses how to respond to a domain inquiry.
Should you price your domains or ask for an offer? How should you respond to a domain purchase inquiry? On today’s show, Uniregistry SVP of Sales Jeffrey Gabriel provides data and anecdotes from his years selling domain names. Here’s the article we discuss.
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I looked at this entry since it was published to see how many would comment on it. So far, none. This is one of the most important posts for every seasoned domainer and not a single discussion or comment. It says a lot.
Hey Andrew, I love your shows, but to be fair, one of the main questions in your podcast description is :
“How should you respond to a domain purchase inquiry?” …..
For the most part, although very interesting.. there wasn’t too much of a real case scenario besides “feel the buyer”. No answer to your question of how long of a delay to respond, or what to respond or what to do when you see their backing of to try to reel them back in or any of those types of advice I was looking forward to.
I get it it’s not a one-solution-for-all approach, but hoped we we’re going to get more out of the interview.
Fun to listen to regardless.