Following Up With Your Leads

Isn’t it great when you get an inquiry on one of the domain names that you own?

It may not happen often to many people but if you own a decent amount of domain names/higher quality names, you should receive a few per year at the least.

The question is, are you following up with your leads in the best way possible?

In this audio, Will is going to break down some quick tips in regards to following up with your leads.

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If you aren’t following up with your inbound leads, I think it’s time you start.

Are you working your leads with a follow up campaign? Do you think it’s worth it? Let us know in the comment section below!

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4 thoughts on “Following Up With Your Leads

  1. Will you still suggest that one should follow up his lead, after sending over three emails after the end user has indicated interest.

    • Hey Jude,

      Yes especially if they were the ones who reached out and showed interest. We normally try to reach out twice a month and keep reaching out in order to eventually work out a deal.

      Of course if the person says no interested and stop reaching out then stop but till then just keep it going.

      – Will

  2. i send lots of email but no response what i do?
    they reply not interest in your domain name stop emailing me, then what to do?

    • Hey Satyadeep,

      I’ve encountered this situation before you simply have to say alright and move on to the next prospect. When someone tells you not interested you leave them alone and move on.

      When it comes to outbound it is a numbers game which is why sometimes it is better to focus on getting the right domain names that will have inbound leads or at least sale well on platforms like Flippa or NameJet.

      – Will

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