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Quick question: Help me to edit my /etc/sysconfig/rhn/sources file on a 123 reg dedicated server? Many thanks for any answer or 2. Another question... Ok.

Today I finally decided to be proactive in selling my domains and contact end users directly..

I did a search for all of my names and saw that many of the names were taken in inferior extensions (I hold the .com, they hold the .net/.info, I hold the .in, they hold the .co.in). Obviously, in such a scenario, selling a HostGator becomes much easier..

First, what I'm scared of is my offer email just going into their bulk mailbox. The subject becomes very important in this case. I'm not asking anybody to give away their secrets, but what kind of subjects usually evade the spam blocking? So far, I've used this: "We're selling xxxx.com" and have heard a couple of replies..

Secondly, should you use the contact info in the Whois of their HostGator name, or contact them at the "contact us" address given on the website?.

Thirdly, if you do get a response which goes like "whats your asking price?", how long do you suppose I should wait before I respond?.

And finally - this is more of an appraisal than a question - what should be your asking price for a purely brandable HostGator (in .com) that you're trying to sell to a .info /img/avatar2.jpg who seems to be a domainer too?.

Thats a lot of questions I assume, but ones everybody might want to know the answer to. I've checked out previous threads, but finding the right answer in them becomes more and more muddled as the thread progresses. I learned a lot from the previous threads, and can at least write a good email.....

Comments (3)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at 123 reg as they probably can help you..

Comment #1

If their not domainers, I would think that they're whois email will be forgotten, or rarely checked. Find an email that they've put into place for contacting them...

Comment #2

I dont use any tools - I just explore the site to see if any specific contacts are named, and if they seem appropriate I email them..

If there are no alternative contacts then I would use the whois contact..

DavidH..

Comment #3

Good tips Dave. We have a like mind I see..

I always place the name of my HostGator in the.

Subject box, but however I never put the extension.

There. If you're having trouble with whois then scan.

The site itself for an "aboutus" or "contact" link..

Another tip, keep your emails short and sweet and.

Dont go overboard in describing why they need your.

Name. Let them know that you're "contacting", not.

"contacted" various parties directly related to your.

Name and that you're taking offers..

I have recently perfect my technique and I'm sure I will tweak.

It again, if anyone wants a draft pm me..

Another thing. As of late, I've started to place a price in my.

Email. I always state $488 or $1288. I dont know why, but I.

Like mimicking BuyDomains model for some reason, and hell it.

Works. Maybe the even number for some reason gives the buyers.

And feeling of value or a true deal..

Hope that helps a little..

I meant to say this too!.

I never ever use the word "domains" in my email...

Comment #4


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.