dtrade.com Launches as Australian Domain Market Hits $474.7 million

New broker established for selling or buying premium .AU domain names. Site established to fill a void in the Australian domain trading market.

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"With more than 1,000 premium domains in my stable, I firmly believe domain names are a great asset in a mixed investment portfolio," Roland B Bleyer

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia (PRWEB) May 02, 2013

dtrade.com is Australia’s newest high-end domain name broker, offering for sale some of Australia’s most premium category defining keyword domains including mate.com.au, bondibeach.com.au, creditcard.com.au and trading.com.au

According to a new report from Deloitte Access Economics, Australian domain names (.au) contributed $474.7 million to the economy last financial year.

A total of 60,000 new domain names are being registered every month, Deloitte’s summary found, compared to only 6,552 in December 2002. The sector pays out $275.7 million each year in Australian wages, employing over 4,330 people.

Dtrade founder, Roland B. Bleyer, purchased his first domain name in 1995 and has been purchasing and building out domains ever since. Domains are both his passion and his focus. Bleyer has a portfolio of well over 1,000 premium domains and is a great believer that domain names are a great asset to a part of a mixed investment portfolio.

Bleyer said: “Dtrade.com will focus on .AU Internet real estate. The right name not only builds brand awareness but makes your business a permanent fixture online. I was recently looking to sell a range of my domains but had difficulty finding an appropriate Australian based broker. In answer to this, I created dtrade to fill a void in the market. We are already talking to some very large Australian domain holders about them offering some of their premium names for sale.”


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