Two Domain Industry Job Listings

I saw a couple of job listings on Facebook and Twitter in the last couple of days and want to share them with you in the event that you are looking for employment or know someone else looking for a job.  I don’t believe that domain industry experience is required or even requested, but I would imagine it can’t hurt.

Sedo is currently hiring a few sales positions in its Boston office. According to its careers page, Sedo is hiring a Senior Sales Consultant, Sales Executive, Business Development Director, and an Accounting Associate. I would imagine having a domain or Internet background would be helpful for the sales positions, but a good candidate would probably be a successful sales person who can learn about domain names.

According to a post on Go Daddy’s Facebook page, the company is “currently looking for Engineers, Developers, Business Analysts and more!” Most of the job openings at Godaddy are for positions in Arizona, but there are a number of openings in Colorado and Iowa as well. I’ve heard the company is very generous to its employees, and hopefully the new deal will not alter this reputation.

It’s good to see companies in the domain space hiring aggressively.  If you know of other openings, please feel free to post links to the listings and/or any other information that might benefit readers.

Elliot Silver
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  1. Will sell the following .co domain names for $100.00 each:,,,, or all $375.00
    LLoyd Fletcher


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