NameMedia Seeking Vice President of Product Management


NameMedia in WalthamI thought the NameMedia Google Alert I received this morning might be of interest to someone who reads my blog, and I wanted to pass the information along to you. The company has posted a job opening for its VP of Product Management position.

One reason it might be interesting is that the company is looking for a “self starter” with “industry experience.” Now I am not sure what industry they are referencing, but if it’s the domain space, they could be looking to hire you. Here’s a clip of the position summary,

NameMedia is looking for a Product Vice President to manage our Afternic, SmartName and BuyDomains brands, combined they make the world’s leading domain marketplace and monetization platform.   In this leadership role, the successful candidate will have online, ecommerce and industry experience.

This is a great opportunity for a self-starter to have a direct impact on the bottom line of a fast-growing business.   The right candidate must be willing to do what it takes every single day to successfully execute against all goals.

If this position sounds like something you’re qualified to do, and you meet the company’s qualification requirements, you should be in touch with them.

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  1. With PPC dying/dead, the Smartnames segment would be
    minor importance but very time consuming.
    I guess Ted would answer to the new person?

    I get lost in corporate titles.
    Would Mountain answer to the new person?
    Or, parallel responsibility?

    Thanks for letting me know. But, I’m not qualified.
    Do they have any openings in lobby management?

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