Protrada Now Offers Members Instant Access to Afternic Premium Domains via eNom

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The world’s first aggregator of major domain auction houses, Protrada, now offers all members direct access to Afternic’s Premium Domains.

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The inclusion of Afternic’s Premium Domains to the Protrada platform is our commitment to providing high quality and highly desirable domain assets for our members.

These high quality domains are available to purchase outright by incorporating the world’s second largest domain name registrar, eNom into the transaction process. Afternic Premium Domains can be purchased and transferred in real time to a member’s Protrada account. Afternic Premium Domains sell on average for $1750 with a median sale price of $1288.

“The inclusion of Afternic’s Premium Domains to the Protrada platform is our commitment to providing high quality and highly desirable domain assets for our members,” said Troy Rushton, CEO and founder of Protrada. “Protrada remains focused on delivering innovative solutions and services that keep our members ahead of the pack when Domaining. This new alliance will deliver Afternic domains instantly via eNom, the world’s largest ICANN accredited domain name wholesaler.”

He concluded, “This is another way that we can save our members time whilst we load up their domains for sale to millions of potential buyers in some of the world’s largest domain marketplaces.”

“This new collaboration both broadens and extends the reach of the Afternic DLS Network,” said Bob Mountain, VP Business Development of Afternic. “We are pleased that Afternic’s domain sellers will gain a larger audience thanks to this new integration with Protrada.”

“Providing the registrar services to enable these domain purchases is very exciting for us,” said Chris Sheridan, VP Business Development of eNom. “Creating instant transfers of domains with these values allows purchasers to start monetizing their assets even faster.”
Some of the domains available at press time include: GPSunit.com, SongsAndMusic.com, CounterClaims.com and EarnAtHome.com

About eNom
eNom, Inc., is the world’s largest ICANN accredited domain name wholesale registrar. As part of the Demand Media family of companies, eNom makes it possible for individuals and organizations to buy and sell Internet domains and services. http://www.enom.com

About NameMedia and Afternic
Afternic is part of NameMedia, a leader in the acquisition, development and trading of digital real estate through a network of highly-targeted websites and a marketplace for premium domain names. The company’s website development focuses on creating compelling online communities in niche categories. The company’s marketplace allows owners of premium domain names to list their domain properties for sale and for domain buyers to review the largest available inventory. Through its ownership of one of the largest domain portfolios in the world, its innovative website development platform, and its broad distribution, NameMedia now serves more than 50 million visitors to its network of websites and sells domains to customers in more than 100 countries. Headquartered outside Boston in Waltham, Massachusetts, more information is available at http://www.namemedia.com.

About Protrada
Protrada is the world’s first aggregator of the major domain auction houses. It provides members with the data and tools to buy, build and sell domains automatically from within the Protrada platform. Launched in mid 2011, Protrada manages more than 150,000 global domain names. http://www.protrada.com

About Winged Media
Winged Media Pty Ltd was established in 2009 to develop a range of platform-based solutions for the domain investing arena, targeting professional domainers, internet marketers and share investors around the world. With offices in Australia and the United States of America, the company has launched a range of digital innovations, including Protrada, Parklings, Shoppatube and Fruitful http://www.wingedmedia.com

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