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VR Bites: how I started and where I’m now

VR Bites: how I started and where I’m now

Hey guys,

Thank you so much for visiting VR Bites. The website has grown beyond my expectations, and I’m incredibly grateful for all the visitors. I apologize for not posting as frequently lately, as I’ve been reevaluating my strategy. Let me explain:

I started building VR Bites when VR was not widely appreciated; most people were skeptical about it, especially the DK1. Despite facing disbelief from clients, I was passionate about this new technology and wanted to do something significant with it. So, I devised a plan to create my own website. Understanding that internet audiences prefer concise content, I focused on delivering small articles, guides, and mainly YouTube videos.

The name “VR Bites” came about through brainstorming with word webs. It resonated with me as it represents a quick bite of VR news. I wanted to share my love for VR and collaborate with talented Youbies who were passionate about VR too.

The journey of building the website was challenging and time-consuming. From learning programming languages like PHP, organizing posts effectively, to grasping the nuances of English writing, I pushed myself to grow. I encountered setbacks, such as the website being hacked and losing posts, but I never gave up on VR Bites.

I soon realized that I couldn’t handle everything alone and sought help from others interested in VR. Although I faced disappointments and lack of response, I persevered. As more websites emerged with bigger teams, I aspired for the same, but circumstances didn’t favor me.

Despite the difficulties, I worked tirelessly, and the website began to thrive, gaining more visitors each day. However, it also posed challenges with hosting, leading me to migrate to a new server and set it up on my own, expanding my knowledge base significantly.

Recently, some of the YouTubers whose videos I shared decided to start their own website, which has left me contemplating a new strategy. The costs of maintaining a dedicated server are high, and I need to find a sustainable way to keep VR Bites alive.

To adapt, I’m now considering creating my own YouTube videos. I’ve been experimenting with video editing software and am committed to improving my skills. However, I still need a reliable team to collaborate with, individuals who share a passion for VR, and who enjoy creating videos, articles, and having fun playing VR games.

I’m taking some time to rethink and reboot, and I’m open to anyone interested in joining me on this exciting adventure.

Thank you for reading my posts and supporting VR Bites. Your support means the world to me, and I’m grateful for the experiences I’ve gained through this journey.

Best regards,


A.k.a. ClassicGamerNL

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Robbert As some of you may know, I have been suffering from the aftermath of a traffic accident, a severe case of COVID-19, and a transient ischemic attack (TIA). These events have taken a toll on my physical and mental well-being, and I can no longer keep up with the demands of running a VR website and channel. I want to thank you all for your support and feedback over the years. You have been an amazing community and I have enjoyed sharing my passion for VR and gaming with you. I hope you will continue to enjoy VR and explore its possibilities. I will leave the website and channel online for now, so you can still access the content I have created. However, I will not be posting any new blogs, videos, or news. I hope you understand and respect my choice.


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