Discussion in 'Domain Appraisals' started by zuratv, Jan 5, 2010.
Most companies that develop programs/applications do so under there own trademark or umbrella so you would need to find a company that wants to drive people in through the keyword and not there own trademark? Could be a while before its ever worth more than reg fee and really only then if decent 3d apps become widely available, popular and not marketed under a brand name etc that’s quite a lot of ifs… Your best place to start to market it would be software fairs etc
Yes, a great many ifs in this whole area, but as far as leaps of faith go, there are probably worse trends to back. It's one that's worth sitting on for a while I think. It might take a couple of years before there's a firm idea of whether this may be worth something or not.
YouTube - New business 3d apps use PDF and iphones in NZ
YouTube - 3d iphone apps
iHologram, 3D iPhone Application
Why this domain is bad for 3D app developers??)
what do you think, why companies buying keyword domains??)
It's not bad, I just think that the 3D market is going to grow and grow, and as a result whatever you might get for it right now, may well be dwarfed by what you can get in future.
There is a difference between a singular keyword goods or services and using letters numbers and abbreviations…?
If no ones using the term to search then selling it no matter how good it is unless its brandable etc is going to be hard.
Personally if there is a demand for three dimensional applications not being sold under a trademarked, branded or existing company umbrella then as I said software fairs new start up business would be were I would start to look for a buyer.
btw “threedimensionalapplications” in all tld is available
about letters and numbers: 3D is 3D , like 3G ! Yes You can use three dimensional too.
btw: all using "3d and apps "and very rarely "three dimensional applications"
This if the kind of development I'm talking about. Selling now could be a mistake, if products like the islate tablet take off to the level of other Apple products. It appears that it may have 3D technology or at least intentions: BaltTech: The 3D tech behind the rumored Apple "iSlate" tablet? - Gus Sentementes covers digital tech and innovation in Baltimore and beyond - baltimoresun.com
thank you for interesting link!
I am not planning to sell now, and maybe never bqz, I am planning apps business..
More appraise please
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