There are quite a few people who are involved in the domain investment space and have an interest in working for a large industry company. I saw a job posting on Twitter that I want to share with readers who have an interest in the field of Marketing. GoDaddy is looking to hire a Marketing Manager for its Aftermarket.
Here’s what the job entails, according to the Jobvite description:
“As a Marketing Manager for the Domains Aftermarket at GoDaddy, you will be an integral member of a team charged with dramatically extending our leadership in the secondary domain market. GoDaddy has the largest marketplace in the industry helping organizations and domain professionals around the globe to buy, sell, and monetize premium domain names. You will design, plan and execute campaigns to accelerate revenue and audience growth, expand our distribution channels, improve our customer experience, and enhance GoDaddy’s brand presence within the industry. Intended for candidates with 5+ years of marketing experience.”
As you might expect, the company is seeking to hire someone with considerable marketing industry experience. Paul Nicks, Sr. Director and General Manager of GoDaddy’s Aftermarket, let me know that the job will primarily focus on brand marketing for the aftermarket, which I presume includes GoDaddy auctions, Afternic, NameFind, and all of GoDaddy aftermarket teams. The hiree will report to the Director of Marketing for the Domains team.
The job will be based out of GoDaddy’s Cambridge, Massachusetts office. I am not sure about the salary or other compensation details, so you will need to apply to learn those details.
If you or someone you know might be interested in working on the marketing team at GoDaddy, this job opportunity looks like a good chance to do that.