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discuss Has the Meta Craze Slowed?

Namecheap
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I had a ton of low ball offers the first week after the news, now I get views but no offers. Meta has not knocked down my door looking to buy my names. I am holding for the right offers.
How about everyone else? Any great offers?
Any big business offers?
How did you sell?
Feel free to spam if you are selling - I may post mine later - I didn't want this to be my personal shill post, I am interested in perspectives.
Meta and the forgotten second part - Horizon.
 
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I had a ton of low ball offers the first week after the news, now I get views but no offers. Meta has not knocked down my door looking to buy my names. I am holding for the right offers.
How about everyone else? Any great offers?
Any big business offers?
How did you sell?
Feel free to spam if you are selling - I may post mine later - I didn't want this to be my personal shill post, I am interested in perspectives.
Meta and the forgotten second part - Horizon.
Loved the way you have written this! Super engaging! Hasn't knocked my door as well, but I hold only a few .co names. So not having high hopes.
Have put low $$,$$$ tags and forgotten
 

Irwan Sukmawan

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lol, that's absolutely so right!
 

johnchuang

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in my opinion, i don't think the meta craze has died down yet.

the main issue i see is that alot of the good meta + (keyword .com names have been snapped up already, as well as other extensions like .net, .org, .io and .co.

so it's much more challenging now to find such good meta names.

i currently have 6 such meta + (keyword) names (3 of them .com extensions) and am still trying to find suitable buyers for them.
 
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in my opinion, i don't think the meta craze has died down yet.

the main issue i see is that alot of the good meta + (keyword .com names have been snapped up already, as well as other extensions like .net, .org, .io and .co.

so it's much more challenging now to find such good meta names.

i currently have 6 such meta + (keyword) names (3 of them .com extensions) and am still trying to find suitable buyers for them.
I wonder if keyword + meta is the better investment than meta + keyword.

Isn't keyword + meta better because at least it sounds like it's not part of the Zuckerverse (that is to say, part of the "Meta") and instead a metaverse thing generally instead. The water is muddied by the fact that they are claiming Meta as a name imho.

Some sound like they're part of the Zuckerverse in my opinion more than others...

MetaGifs - Zuckerverse gifs
GifMeta - A metaverse for gifs, or gifs in/for the metaverse

MetaMeeting - Zuckerverse meetings
MeetingMeta - A metaverse for meetings

MetaBanking - Zuckerverse bank
BankingMeta - A metaverse for banking

I don't know, [keyword]meta sounds more generic in a way than the other.
 
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