Another Killer Domain Hits The Market: Televisions.com

According to a press release out this morning Right Of The Dot™, LLC is the exclusive broker for Televisions.com.

“The domain name Televisions.com, including a package of six other regional and top level domains will be sold exclusively through the broker Right of The Dot™,LLC, the domain name consulting, sales, and valuation experts.”

“The domain names listed in this package include Televisions.com.cn, Televisions.com.mx, Televisions.es, Televisions.de, and Televisions.pl, Televisions.tv, Televisions.info, and Televisions.com.”

“The package deal for these domain names will insure that the buyer is a force of dominance in the online retail television industry in the worldwide and US Markets as well as international e-commerce markets in China, Mexico, Spain, Germany, and Poland with the specific domain name extensions for those countries. It is expected that television industry manufacturers, broadcasting companies, ecommerce affiliates, review sites, electronics sellers, e-tailers, and multi-channel retailers will all seek to buy this amazing domain name and corner a large piece of all future television sales. J”

“Just how big is the television sales market?

“It is estimated that over 40 million LCDs will be sold in 2012, and LCD’s only make up 67% of the market according to a 2011 statistic from NumberOf.net”

“Television manufacturing leader Samsung expects to sell 25 million smart televisions in 2012*.

“Samsung alone set a record December 2011, beating sales expectations by $7.4 billion with 45 million televisions sold. “The mass adoption of web-enabled devices will transform the way households access and consume media content on their televisions”, says Keith Nissen, principal analyst at In-Stat, a market research firm. Nissen confirms that e-commerce could play a significant role in that growth”

“”Larger televisions are now becoming accessible to the average consumer; the 60-90 inch displays that once went for around $75,000 are now approaching the $2000-$5000 range. Many people will be replacing their current models in the coming years. With the growing diversity and new technology of televisions: 3D television sets, high definition TV, internet integrated televisions, and interactive or touch screen smart televisions, the future for television sales is strong. “The potential sales and growth in this industry make owning this set of Televisions.com domain names, especially with the holiday season right in front of us, an excellent opportunity to tap into and dominate commerce in a billion dollar market”, states Monte Cahn, domain name expert and President at RightOfTheDot.com.”

“Right of The Dot™, LLC, is an Internet consulting and advisement firm specializing in new and existing TLD strategy, board advisement, premium domain and market positioning, sales, and services. Both principle partners of RightofTheDot.com are experts in domain name valuation & sales and are responsible for more than $300 million in domain sales. ”

Disclaimer: The author of this blog thedomains.com is a Director of RightoftheDot.com

Comments

  1. says

    Mike,
    Good luck with your brokerage of those “televisions.com ” domains.
    It will be good for the value of domain names generally if they make mega prices.
    It will become something QUOTEABLE !

    In your piece above[ apart from a triple l in the title ! Must be a serial killer!! ] you have written :-

    “Larger televisions are now becoming accessible to the average consumer; the 60-90 inch displays that once went for around $75,000 are now approaching the $2000-$5000 range. Many people will be replacing their current models in the coming years. With the growing diversity and new technology of televisions: 3D television sets,” etc etc.

    The interesting thing there is that you……as an American…..have used the phrase “3D television SETS “. I was not sure if you Americans used the words “Television SETS” much. We certainly do in the UK. We say things like “I’m going to buy a television SET !” , not just “television”.

    Anyway, I have owned the following three domains:-

    3dtelevisionsets.com and .net and .co.uk for a few years.

    What do you think of their value as a trio ? I also have the hyphenated versions !

  2. LM says

    “It is estimated that over 40 million LCDs will be sold in 2012, and LCD’s only make up 67% of the market according to a 2011 statistic from NumberOf.net”
    ..Samsung alone set a record December 2011, beating sales expectations by $7.4 billion with 45 million televisions sold.

    Strange reading things like this when I look at names like 3dled.tv, lcdhd.tv etc which combined get a ton of searches even including the extension and yet they get zero buyer interest compared with other domains (including .tv) I sell without a huge retail product or a multi-billion dollar industry meaning.
    I sure hope you hit it out of the park :D

  3. says

    Hi !

    Mike and others,
    I wonder what you think of the following generic domains ?:-

    LCD-television.net;

    LCD-tvs.co.uk ;

    42LCDtv.co.uk ;

    smart-television.co.uk ;

    3dtelevisionsets.com and .co.uk ;

    I know that Americans are not over-fond of hyphens, but Germany is oppositely inclined. They are pretty popular in the U.K too.

    Germany and UK , alone , have 142 million total population, which is almost half that of the USA.

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