Mastering Domain Buying and Selling using LinkedIn with Rez Memon

Mastering Domain Buying and Selling using LinkedIn with Riz Memon

There’s more to domain investing than simply buying what looks or sounds good, and holding until you receive the jackpot of an offer.

Buying the right domains is important, but most important is reaching the right target audience that perceives upside for their business or investing goals to commit and execute purchase agreement.

While reaching the right target is known at surface level, a large percentage of domain investors often struggle to establish and sustain an optimal outbound strategy that makes the register ring. Why is this?

Best guess is that a high percentage of the domain investor population relies on extreme measures of cold calling and emailing, in some cases the uninformed are blatant spamming, prospects in an attempt to capture domain sales.

Riz Memon - CEO of Empire NamesToday’s podcast guest, Riz Memon, has taken to perfecting an outbound marketing strategy that uses LinkedIn to realize annual sales well into 6 figures.

Riz masterfully markets domain names in a manner that sets his company, Empire Names, head and shoulders above the rest.

Riz, his wife, and extended family members, having partnered and owned a number of UAE-based businesses, have made domain investing a family affair that has garnered profitable success across the board.

Tune in as Riz and I discuss his entrepreneurial and domain investing journey, and how using LinkedIn to find domain buyers and sellers led him to realizing substantial annual sales and profit.

In addition, Riz also shares a few of his latest sales while discussing current domain buying and selling trends and patterns amidst COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus.

Hit play to start the journey. Enjoy!

Written by Alvin Brown
He's an experienced and passionate serial entrepreneur, founder and publisher of Kickstart Commerce. Alvin possesses a great love for startups dominating their market using profitable digital strategies for greater commerce.