5 Places You May Not Think to Look for End Users


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Lately I have been looking at a few out of the box ways to find and contact end users. I have tried the normal emails, calls, and even good old fashion snail mail with stamps. But I was thinking about some new places to look for end users many that involve new social media and other new developments.

1. Twitter - Twitter I think can be a great place to find end user contacts and also contact end users via their twitter accounts. I have sold one domain via twitter and I think their is great possibility to use twitter to sell domains. When you have a keyword domain see if anyone has the twitter user name, or search and see if some company or business is talking about your keywords and send them a DM or email asking if they want to buy your domain.

2. Facebook - Facebook is a lot like twitter using your keywords from your domain see if anyone has the facebook url ex. facebook.com/yourdomain   Also people might have a fan page for your keywords so always check and if you find someone take a second and send them a quick message.

3. Youtube.com - Youtube is becomeing one of the largest traffice sites in the world and the largest search engines for videos online. Take a look to see if anyone has registered your domain keywords to use as their youtube profile. Or if you want more results find people that are producing videos using your keywords.

4. Craigslist.com If you are selling local geo domains craigslist.com is a great place to find a local business that may want to buy your domain.

5. Google.com Well this one is not new for most people and it is where I find a majority of my end user contacts, but Google has many cool tools that you can use besides the normal search including Google maps, Google local search, Google people directory, Google reader and Google news and finance.

Do you have anyother places you look to find contacts to sell your domains too?

Soon I should be doing a longer wrap up of some recent enduser sales I have made and the different ways I have done them I will also review the results of my letters I sent out. Hopefully I can have that out in the next week or so.

In other news Chef Patrick interviewed Bruce Marler today on Domain Success Power Lunch and it is worth a listen it should be up on Domain Success soon.

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  3. Going Old School When Contacting End Users

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4 Responses to “5 Places You May Not Think to Look for End Users”

  1. Ravi K
    January 13th, 2010 @ 4:24 pm

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    WoW!
    You are doing fabulous Job.

  2. Jason
    January 13th, 2010 @ 9:55 pm

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    It makes sense, I’ve consider utilizing all of those site to help flip a domain name. Maybe, I will actually try what I considered one of these days!

  3. cvul.com
    January 14th, 2010 @ 10:08 am

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    5 Places You May Not Think to Look for End Users : Teen Domainer…

    Different places to find end users to sell domain to using twitter, facebook, google, and craigslist….

  4. PPC Ian
    January 14th, 2010 @ 11:50 pm

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    Brian,
    Awesome tips – thanks for sharing. It’s really neat to hear that you made a sale through twitter. Looking forward to learning more about your end user sales process.
    All the best,
    Ian

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