Jeff Kupietzky Starts Blog

Now that he is no longer CEO of and has moved to Israel with his family, Jeff Kupietzky has started a blog at Jeff’s blog will be a personal blog reflecting upon his time as CEO and how he transitions into his new life.

Here’s what Jeff says his blog will cover:

“As I transition out of a full-time CEO role in Los Angeles, I will be blogging about what it means to be a fomer CEO (exCEO) while also reflecting what it was like to manage multiple offices around the world frequently traveling though  my home  airport (LAX).”

Although his time at Oversee may have been more brief than he and others had hoped, I think there is a lot to learn from Jeff’s experiences and hopefully he will share some of them with his readers.

I am sure he has some sort of non-disclosure agreement that would prevent him from discussing Oversee business, but hopefully he can reflect upon some of his experiences and we can learn from them to grow our businesses.

Elliot Silver
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  1. LOL come on Jeff surely you learned more about domains over your tenure. Maybe it’s a purposeful play on words here.

    LAX CEO ? as in this definition of lax – careless, or negligent ?

    I know it’s the airport code for Los Angeles and he’s using it to mean former Los Angeles CEO but wow ! surely you would think that you’d not want people referring to you as the lax CEO

    Good luck anyway Jeff . look forward to hearing about your experiences

  2. What a dummy!

    I never liked the guy since he hired Halvarez domain buyer Craig Snyder.

    Ready for this? is available as a hand reg… but probably not for long 🙂


  3. No problem.

    .com is taken by a Michael Kupietzky and all other extensions are available.

    I forgot to comment on how dumb is for a domain AND blog name.

    I wonder if he’ll stay in the domain business. Good luck.

  4. @ Adam

    Spot on !

    Jeff K could make great speeches….but apparently needs a tutorial on selecting quality or effective Domains … No ?

  5. Why are people so hyper critical of successful entrepreneurs and leaders in this industry? Maybe the name is something dear to him. Not intended to please you. It’s easy to criticize people when you don’t know the motive and when you can hide behind the veil of the internet.

    Congrats to Mr. Mann on another great domain sale.

  6. how did he have time to have so many kids while mongering? those expense accounts he used to submit were really something. the best thing he could do was wear lame slacks, fire people and make stupid rules. I hope he becomes a male masseuse, and yes, he fired me.


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