Oversee.net CEO Jeff Kupietzky to Appear on CNBC

I just received a note informing me that Jeff Kupietzky, CEO of Oversee.net, will be interviewed on the CNBC television show, “The Call,” which features a segment entitled, “Anything but Stock.” Jeff will be talking about the value of domain names, and his segment should air live around 2:40pm Eastern/11:40am Pacific.

“The Call” is a full hour of analysis, discussion and debate now that the Opening Bell frenzy has died down. It is hosted by Trish Regan, Larry Kudlow, and Melissa Francis, who take a closer look at all the information floating around the market — economic, corporate and political — and decide how to play the rest of the day.

It will be interesting to see domain names featured on an investment television show, especially one that is aired live on just about every stock trading floor and other investment offices throughout the country. I am certain many of my friends in the finance field will see the segment and mention something about it to me. Jeff   is highly intelligent, and he will certainly speak well on behalf of our industry.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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15 COMMENTS

  1. Hi Elliot,

    Thanks for the heads up …

    The name of the program here in San Diego on CNBC is called “Street Signs” (instead of “The Call”).

    Also, the name of the segment is:

    “What’s In A Name?”

  2. That was a nice segment. I’m glad sex.com didn’t overtake the entire conversation.

    Also good that Erin Burnett was the interviewer, and not Larry Kudlow! Larry never would have allowed Mr Kupietzky to get a word in.

  3. @David – the less they know the better it is for us while we acquire. Once the general public starts reading the blogs and investing in domains like they invest in stocks prices will be out of reach. Let them wait a few more years 🙂

  4. It was great exposure. Now everybody who see’s this and not in the industry thinks there going to be a “millionaire” in this industry.

    Jeff is a great guy. I always feel DomainFest they put on every year in LA is the best conference of all I have been to.

    Thanks, Jim

  5. Thanks Louise,

    great interview and I was wondering why my domain UsedHybridCars.com (recently purchased) spiked up in traffic that day now i know.

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