Uniregistry Hires Sam Tseng and Alan Crowe

I received some news from Uniregistry about two new company hires. Sam Tseng has been hired “after 12 years with traffic monetization platform DomainSponsor/Oversee.net.” In addition, the company also hired Alan Crowe, “previously a broker for DomainNameSales, a subsidiary of Uniregistry. Crowe has 8 years of experience in the domain name industry, getting his start at GoDaddy in 2008.” Sam and Alan will be account managers at the registrar.

I think it’s good to see people with experience taking on these roles. When I deal with an account manager, I want them to be able to identify an issue that I have and know what they need to do to resolve the issue. I would imagine having experience at other domain industry companies can be helpful in that regard, and it can also make it easier for them to see where their clients are coming from.

Congratulations to Uniregistry on the hires. There are a lot of knowledgable people in this business, and it’s good to see companies hiring within the industry.

Uniregistry, a domain name registrar, is proud to announce the hiring of two domain name industry veterans to its team. Effective immediately, Sam Tseng and Alan Crowe are joining Uniregistry’s registrar team as account executives, where they will have a key role in growing the company’s registrar business.

Tseng joins Uniregistry after 12 years with traffic monetization platform DomainSponsor/Oversee.net, where he served as director of sales. He is particularly excited about working with the growing “not-com” domain name space.

“I want to utilize my experience and knowledge in the domain name industry to carry forward the growth of Uniregistry,” said Tseng. “There are plenty of exciting opportunities to help clients grow their domain name portfolios.”

Crowe is a familiar face around the Uniregistry offices. He was previously a broker for DomainNameSales, a subsidiary of Uniregistry. Crowe has 8 years of experience in the domain name industry, getting his start at GoDaddy in 2008. He joined DomainNameSales in 2012 and was one of the original employees of the company.

“It’s amazing to be a part of a company that I have been with from its inception. I was able to see the birth of the registrar and now I get to be a part of that team,” said Crowe. “Working in a different division is interesting, but the vision is the same throughout the company. The vision is to be the very best registrar, the very best sales organization and the very best registry.”

Uniregistry opened its retail registrar in 2014, which introduced a user interface that revolutionized domain name management. Uniregistry currently offers one of the largest inventories of domain name extensions available in the industry. The company’s registrar offers tools built for more effective domain name portfolio management.

Last month, Uniregistry launched the critically acclaimed Uniregistry app, which allows customers to manage and register domain names on-the-go. The company will also launch its highly anticipated Uniregistry Market this month, which will revolutionize the way customers buy, sell and manage domain names.

You can learn more about Uniregistry’s registrar service at Uniregistry.com.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
About The Author: Elliot Silver is an Internet entrepreneur and publisher of DomainInvesting.com. Elliot is also the founder and President of Top Notch Domains, LLC, a company that has closed eight figures in deals. Please read the DomainInvesting.com Terms of Use page for additional information about the publisher, website comment policy, disclosures, and conflicts of interest. Reach out to Elliot: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn
  1. So far so good with uniregistry, I just don’t understand why I am charged a foreign transaction fee for my US credit card, everytime I bill with them.

    Also I have 10,000 topcoins, what can I use them for?

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