Discussion in 'Niche Domain Discussion' started by mrcurly, May 12, 2014.
Nice...a three worder...
Price Date Venue
jobsinvr.com 799 USD 2018-02-18 LucidDomaims
There seems to be some good interest in VR/Holo names at the moment
I'm in negotiations with one of my VR names and if the sales completes, it will be in the 3x,xxx range. The buyer is not from a startup but an existing VR company. We have been emailing about this for about 3 weeks and he is trying to get approval for the funding. I wont be budging on the price and I'm prepared to lose the sale if I have to, there will be more buyers for this name in future.
Just sold one of my holo names for 14.5K, will reveal more soon...don't post any names on here if you think you might know, thanks
Last VR/VIRT movements:
vrsafety.com 800 USD 2018-02-23 GoDaddy
vranalytics.com 100 USD 2018-02-23 GoDaddy
virtudata.com 143 USD 2018-02-22 GoDaddy
virtualcounseling.com 510 USD 2018-02-19 GoDaddy
placeresvirtuales.com 404 USD 2018-02-05 DropCatch
virtualwizard.com 266 USD 2018-02-04 NameJet
Just picked up
VIRTUAL-GIRLS dot king
What are the source of these offers? email? The offers aren't unreasonable given length and keywords.Without insight on buyer(s), it would be hard to justify countering too much higher.
I concur with @BostonDomainer... Right now demand for the long-tail "virtual reality" names is very soft - I've got some category-killing beauties, but I'm not moving the needle much above low $$$$ at this point (This said, I'm sure they will move up in 2-3 years...) For the length of your names, IMHO the offers pretty much reflect fair current value... (In other words, take the money and invest in some quality Crypto! )
> 1 offer was thru GD Auctions and the other, 'VR NewYork' was direct thru the domain itself..
Thanks for the advice mates! The buyer does appear to be a 'domain collector/ re-seller' rather than a developer- so I don't think I could push the prices up any further.. ( Although I do wish 1 was a real estate agents or similar- then surely 'HomeTours' could be increased?).
But i'll likely just accept their $400 offer and use it to pay for some upcoming renewals
I really appreciate your input mates! Cheers!
Sold another Keyword + inVR.com for just over $300. It should hit NameBio tomorrow.
cash in your wallet
a lot of renewals
workinvr.com 310 USD 2018-03-01 LucidDomains.com
Picked up on expiring
I don't think it works for virtual reality, but Voice Recognition fits great!
Nice sales. I've got Chatinvr - anyone else got 'invr' names?
Great Thread!!! Thanks for sharing all your info, Inputs, experiences and everything else! Very much appreciated!!
But having a portfolio of around 70+VR related domains. I'm stuck, contemplating on what to do with these domains on the verge of expiration: VRDegrees.com, VirtualRealityDegrees.com, VirtualRealityManager.com and VRRecognition.com? (The latter being my favorite, for future potential) (Although other opinions on these would be welcomed & appreciated)
But what do you think I should do with them? I have a standing offer of $100 for all 4.coms.
Otherwise I could renew them for another year and keep them for my VR portfolio for any future offers?
But I really don't know much about the VR domain market at the moment. Any ideas? Do you think these have any likely future potential? Especially with some being pretty long.coms and with the AR term starting to dominate?
Im not sure about the AR or VR markets either. Thinking of looking into where AR and VR will be going in relation to sports ? Maybe some major sporting events such as car racing and motorsport might use this technology if they havent already ? I might be wrong on this though.
I would counter offer With mid to High $XXX I think 1-2 of these domains are worth something.
I like VRrecognition. I also own several VR domains similar to yours. From what I've seen on the GD auctions, most go from $150-$300. If you can, I'd wait until "ReadyPlayerOne" is released on March 29 and see if VR domain names get a bump. My thinking is, this movie will change VR forever, even though most uses in the movie are unreal...for now. http://www.readyplayeronemovie.com/
I have: V-R /./ info
Sold an adult VR domain for $350 outbound, should hit namebio tomorrow hopefully. Please don't post it here. Rather not have all my sales index on NamePros. Thanks.
Thanks for the valued input, especially- End Game & urljunky! (And the others who PM'd me).. However, unfortunately, at the moment, I'm not in the position to be able to keep hold of all the domains I once could. So sadly I have to pick and choose between the 'keepers' and the ones that have to be reluctantly sold or let go. But opinions do vary and there is never a correct answer- 'one mans trash is another mans gold'.. Especially in Domaining!
But as for the ones above, I do have the 2 non plural VR DEGREE.coms, both short and longtail- but they're good until 2019- so it's just the above 2 that are bugging me.. And like End Game: I agree that VRrecognition has potential- and it was my favorite of the 4- Until alcy pointed out to me in a pm that having a double RR in a VR domain isn't ideal. Which i can see now he's mentioned it. But I'd definitely like to know which 2 domains you were referring to in your comment urljunky- (pm sent aswell) Although you're welcome to comment on here.
Cheers tho everyone!! I do appreciate the input, And these domains still have a little time left (Days or hr's even : / ) So any input would still be much appreciated : )
Recently had someone interested in my VR (.Camp).
It looks like Playstation had one of these camps in Tokyo a couple of weeks ago, so this might have spurred their interest.
I'll keep you updated if it progresses.
Just so everyone knows- I am letting go of some expiring VR related domains for free over here- Thought I 'd give everyone the chance to grab 1 before they expire later today/ tomorrow.
Just received a offer for a vr domain. And it's not a adult one this time lol. I want $450 for it.. let's see how this will go. Domain sales are not my main income stream but everything adds up in the end.
Separate names with a comma.