Located in Niche Domain Discussion, started by mrcurly, May 12, 2014
Drop this one.
@sharastar Thanks I'll try Grit Brokerage first before considering dropping
VR2 (dot) xyz is redirecting to google. who owns it?
I just presented myself in the holo thread, and thought I'll do the same here.
I am a new domainer who in the last two years has build up a large portefolio of VR, AR, and HOLO domains. I would like to loose some of them for a decent wholesale price.
Are any of you guys interested?
Have a great domaining day.
Best regards from Tradeco
Looking for a new home
VR Bureau .com
Welcome to the VR thread Tradeco!
The only way anyone will know whether they might want to buy them is for you to list what you have.
(Ps. Please prepare yourself for a possible let down. It is rare that a new domainer will be lucky enough/wise enough to have registered many good quality names at the start of their domaining career. My fingers are crossed for you that you did.)
You will get faster response at the right thread for selling domains:
VR // Speed I think it's got some use cases.
I think companies are starting to look out for VR domain names:
I just sold VR Healthy (.com)
Looks like its gone to a company that its a perfect fit for
@NextGen Brand Congrats!!! Tell some more about the sale! Outbound?
V/R//G/A/M/E in org
I can't say too much about this sale but it was an inbound.
I did however just sell the following domain name:
VR [email protected]#k (.com)
Hopefully you can work out what this domain is
Bought it just over a month ago for $12. Sold for $250 via GoDaddy make offer.
Was gonna let it drop next year as didn't really like this one.
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@NextGen Brand this man is going to be a millionaire from the adult vr category one day😅 .. Am waiting to see how vr lesbian turns out for you!!
I wonder if WankzVR. com is going to use that since WankVr dot com redirects there.. Anyway, such a fun word to say..
VRbracelet dot com.
If you have any interest in VR, it’s worth a listen to this two hour+ video. John Carmack knows everything about Virtual Reality.
Like me, John sees more potential with VR than AR.
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