GoDaddy Hiring Public Relations Manager

GoDaddy posted a job listing for a Public Relations Manager, and a good understanding of the domain name space would be helpful for this particular role. A Public Relations professional working within the domain name industry might be a good fit for this job, as would a PR professional who has experience buying domain names.

The first bullet point covering this job is directly related to GoDaddy’s domain name business: “Lead the public relations strategy and execution for GoDaddy’s domain name registration and web hosting businesses.” In addition, the job posting is looking for someone who might have “a passion for the domain name industry and cutting-edge technology.”

GoDaddy has one of the largest and most comprehensive Communications and Public Relations teams in the tech space. This job isn’t limited to someone who is familiar with domain names and hosting, but I would bet having a bit of knowledge and insight about domain names could be helpful.

The job could be based in Washington, California, or Arizona. There is also the possibility that the job could filled for someone who works remotely. Contact GoDaddy directly for more information about this job opportunity.

Elliot Silver
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  1. That what Epik needs right now…a new PR guy/gal
    Did anybody from Epik go to jail?

    Love the Domain Industry, always something new on the news- big sale on the picture of an ape that someone pays for his bathroom so he can see while he shits, bitcoin, NFT and now hopefully someone going to jail for not protecting my data…

    so what next??? how business in Epik right now? ,will it be no longer in business sooner than later?

    I don’t see anyone writing about making money on bitcoin, crypto or nft….all gone already?

    • Why do you think it would be hard to work for them?

      Almost everyone I can think of that I have interacted with personally there have been there for many years. Even many of their Premier account representatives have been there for a long time. If it would be hard as you say, I would think the amount of turnover would be reflective of that and I don’t believe it is.

      • Because it would be a continuous uphill battle trying to walk the fine line of making money for shareholders and saving money for customers. It is impossible to do, I’ve been there and done that for big banks. Profits for company shareholders always come first.

    • They are high in protein. St. Bob Parsons can be seen “blessing the poor hungry people” with elephant meat. Company founded by a toss pot and company still continues to push his nickel-diming-customer-last-disrespectful-first policy, every day I struggle being a customer. If it was easy enough to port 400 domains in one go without taking it up the Keizer in cashflow I would, but Bob has you by the short and curly’s – wholly recommend Namecheap, US Side is harvard business school never reply type but their Ukrainian support and ops team is really really awesome.


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