GoDaddy posted a job listing that might be of interest to someone who is familiar with the domain investment space. GoDaddy is hiring a Marketing Manager who will work on the company’s Domain Registrar and Investor Business Unit. This is a fully remote role for someone in the US or Canada.
Here’s an excerpt from the job listing outlining the position:
“We’re looking for a marketing manager to support go-to-market efforts for our Domain Registrar and Investor Business Unit. In this role, you will serve our Domain Investor customers to extend GoDaddy’s global leadership position in domain names. Our domain investor customers want to derive value with their domains, GoDaddy’s flagship offering. We run the largest secondary market for Domains globally, offer advanced services for large investors and offer corporate domain buyers specialized brand protection services.
The manager taking this role will be driven by adding new value for our customers and as a result, growing our business. You will embody our values of owning outcomes, building value, joining forces, working courageously, and living passionately.”
Because this job is specific to the domain investment business, someone who is familiar with domain name investing could thrive. This could be someone who invests in domain names as a side gig or someone who has worked at another domain industry company. It is not a requirement, but the listing states, “Domains industry experience preferred.”
If you or someone you know is interested in a domain industry marketing management career, you can see the job listing on GoDaddy’s career website.