GCD Hiring Senior Client Success Manager

GoDaddy Corporate Domains (GCD) is looking to hire a Senior Client Success Manager. This position would be well suited for someone who has domain industry experience and expertise, particularly for someone who has worked with corporate clients. In essence, the Sr. Client Success Manager position seems to be similar to the role of a Sr. Account Executive or Sr. Account Manager.

The company would like to hire someone with domain industry experience. Here’s an excerpt from the job listing regarding domain industry experience:

“Minimum of four years’ experience in the domain name industry, preferably in the corporate market”

GCD was formerly known as Brandsight before the corporate domain management company was acquired by GoDaddy last year. Based on the numbers shown its LinkedIn page, it would appear that GCD has continued to grow since its acquisition. This is not a surprise as the larger and potentially more lucrative corporate market had not really been tapped by GoDaddy prior to the Brandsight acquisition.

The location of this job opportunity is listed as Nova Scotia, Idaho, or remote. You would need to contact GCD to know if the remote opportunity is temporary or if it will still exist once more people start going back to the office.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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  1. GoDaddy Corporate Domains (GCD) is looking to hire a Senior Client Success Manager———-

    yay yay someone to get Brent Oxley’s domains and many many others back to Godaddy

    At GD, customers come first!! 100% customer satisfaction.


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