Located in Niche Domain Discussion started by mrcurly, May 12, 2014.
VRvideo (.) io
I came on the Virtual Reality scene much later than most here. I decided to catch up a little bit on the history of VR and ordered "The history of the future" on audible. It's about the history of oculus founders, right on through when FB bought them. So far fascinating with 15 hours to go for my road trip!
Small mention of VR and how it was used to make the new Lion King movie.
My only .net domain (backordered yesterday): VRApps
LB - VR
NOTE: non hyphened is for sale by Chinese owner on a page that you must translate first...and is from 1999
also, a (-) dash, Hyphen makes perfect sense and is applicable here
a bit shocked it was still around !
Google Search Non- Hyphenated
not hard to tell what it stands for at all!
Just checked long tail version (non hyphenated) redirects to Holo/Ga/t/e.com
vrgurus.com 146 USD 2019-07-15 GoDaddy
Nice because I have VR-Guru dot com on auction here at NP.
V / R / V / I / D / . / C / O
I sold my vrproperty name too low!
How much did you sell it?
Sales have increased for me in the last month, but only because I've been selling off domains between $300 ~ $5k. Probably to a few of you guys! While I'm sure there will be much regret selling some of them, I've been wanting to downsize my portfolio.
I anticipated more sales, given the quality of names and low prices. But, sometimes it just takes time find buyers. I've bought a few more domains recently too, which is counter productive, but they were hard to pass on.
800 less commission, 2013
This is very troubeling talking about sales again and again on this thread not mentioning names.
Not bringing any value!
Crazy. Lost value over time.
If you had to choose one, which would you seek to monetize and how?
@sirlordcomic Personally, I would look to monetize VirtualRooms.com. A lot of companies are in the "escape room" business for VR. I've sold several names to them. It wouldn't be too hard to have a directory going on maybe some highlight news and having some of them advertise on the site. I think such a news site/directory would be highly welcomed targeted niche in the industry.
VirtualRooms for me - from online meeting/workspace (conferencing), architecture/design, virtual games/escape rooms, experience rooms
Genuinely the number of use cases there is insane.
Edit: Not touching on monetization as not sure if you mean as passive income, or actual value proposition building
my VR net collection:
RealEstateVR dot net
VReSport dot net
eSportsVR dot net
VRAccessories dot net
VRTournament dot net
VRGameShop dot net
VRGamers dot net
Separate names with a comma.