Frank Michlick Joins SedoMLS

I just received a press release announcing that domain industry veteran Frank Michlick  has joined Sedo. Many people know Frank as one of the founders of Domain Name News (DNN), although he has been involved with a number of companies in the domain space.

Frank will be working with the SedoMLS team as a Sales Engineer, where he will be handling the integrations with registrars, registries etc.  I think it’s smart for Sedo to bring aboard an experienced domain investor like Frank.

Sedo Press Release:

Today, leading domain name marketplace and monetization provider Sedo announced that Frank Michlick has joined their SedoMLS team. Frank, best known within the domain name industry as one of the founders of and lead contributors to Domain Name News, began working with internet technology in 1993 and registered his first domain in 1995. Frank’s entrepreneurial pursuits led him to found DomainCocoon, which continues to provide services in the areas of development, domain management, custom registrar creation, and ICANN and ccTLD accreditation consulting.

“I am thrilled to be joining Sedo, and to having the chance to work closely on the SedoMLS Promotion Network,” said Michlick. “Given my experience working with some of the world’s leading registrars, and with domain management and consultation, it seemed a natural fit to join Sedo’s team. I look forward to the exciting opportunity to help the largest global domain distribution network grow.”

Ulrich Essmann, Sedo’s President, said: “It is wonderful news that we have Frank on board and working with our SedoMLS team. His years of experience in the domain name industry are perfectly suited to his new role, and we look forward to seeing the SedoMLS Network continue to expand.”

About SedoMLS

The SedoMLS Promotion Network is the largest domain distribution network, with nearly 60 partners worldwide, including a number of the world’s top registrars. It supports more TLDs than any other domain distribution network, has the only truly global reach, and provides its registrar partners with a new revenue stream: Sedo’s domain marketplace. SedoMLS Premium partners offer their customers direct access to any domain name listed for sale at Sedo, and the ability to purchase a domain from its current owner directly at that partner’s site.

About Sedo

Sedo, an acronym for “Search Engine for Domain Offers,” is the leading domain marketplace and monetization provider.   Headquartered in Cologne, Germany and with offices in London, England and Cambridge, Mass., Sedo has assembled the world’s largest database of domain names for sale, with more than 15 million listings. The success of Sedo’s model has attracted a global membership base of more than 1 million domain professionals.

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