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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Toby Clements opens brand new Section for Popular Domain Newsletter to Valued Domains

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Toby Clements opened a new section to his hit daily domain newsletter, highlighting what he calls super high valued Domains.
His newsletter is a big success.
In Toby’s words, these are domains which have either, High CPC, Alexa Ranking, Generic Keyword Strength, are DMOZ Listed or all of the Above. All domains in this section are set to a firm buy now price of $250, plus escrow/transaction fees where applicable.

I have to admit I was immediately curious about the particular choice of words, Value Oriented. The term does make perfect sense in this context, but it also seemed somehow deliberate. I have heard of stocks referred to as value oriented before, and similarly this new section of the newsletter is meant to map this type of value investing. At $250, the price is intended to be low relative to the potential end-user resale value.

As it turns out, the companion domain name ValueOrientedDomains.com was also registered two days prior to the newsletter announcement, on February 13th, and now forwards to TobyClements.com.

I would speculate that if this section of the newsletter proves profitable we may see an offshoot ecommerce website emerge to facilitate transactions and provide additional marketing. Toby has been what I would call very dynamic in his approach to building his domain sales channel, and I wish him best of luck in whatever form this new endeavor takes

As many of you know Toby Clements has a very popular domain newsletter. A newsletter he ran originally with Rick Latona and now by himself. This morning we all received the following.

All,

If you are a serious buyer of domains, please read this text. If you have ever lost a domain purchase because of a slow reply, this message is for you.

For years I have had people ask me to send them my daily list of names early so they can get a jump on the competition. Basically, shoot them the list of names for the following day so they can cherry pick from the list. I have always turned people down in order to keep everything fair and balanced.

Well, a friend of mine asked me today if I would show him my list for tomorrow and when I said no he said that he would pay me a set fee for the year if he could see every newsletter early. Right away, I realized that there is a demand for this; therefore I have decided to make an exclusive “Pre Release” group to fill the need.

We have decided to make a very limited Pre Release Group that will initially consist of only 50 people. This VIP group will get our newsletter by 6pm ET the day before the launch. It will have all the names and prices, therefore you will have the shot of buying the names quicker than most.

If you are a regular buyer of mine then there is no question that you have missed deals being we sell names so quickly. This simple solution can help fix that problem. You will still need to be quick, but only quicker than 49 other people rather than over 15,000 of them.

The subscription fee is only $1,000 per year and for this you will get the newsletter over 15 hours before everyone outside of this group.

If you buy one name in the year it will pay for itself.

Remember that we have over 15,000 subscribers and we are only starting with 50 people. The first 50 people that reply to this are the winners. The rest will be put on a waiting list. Sorry, we have to do this, but its only fair to those that act first.

Regards,
Toby Clements

I have to admit the first thing I did was laugh. I laughed because I knew he was about to get blasted with emails from a bunch of pissed off people. Nobody likes to get a picked over list and especially dislike the thought that you either pay $1000 or you get the leftover domains. I’m speaking from opinion here but I’ve always assumed it’s already been picked over by the time it goes out anyway. I know how the domain industry works. Friends and family always get first look before things go out. If I have someone that buys every insurance domain I have and someone sends in an insurance domain for my list, I’d be crazy not to call him first. It’s not unethical, it’s good business. But 50 people? That’s a little too much picking over.

Toby has built his domain sales BECAUSE he has 15,000 people on his list. By giving special privileges to paying members he was jeopardizing the other 14,950 people on the list. In my opinion the success of the letter is built on the quantity of people in addition to the quality. Toby instantly got the message and sent out this email 4 hours later.

All,

This morning we announced plans to offer an exclusive pre release membership. We have had an astounding amount of feedback on this membership and after much discussion have decided not to follow through with this. Most of you have voiced your opinions on why it is and isn’t a good idea and after weighing all opinions we feel it is better for all of our subscribers to not implement this membership.

Regards,
Toby Clements

It was a good lesson for anyone following the emails. In a desire to further monetize a business make sure you don’t unmonetize your core.

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