Web.com Job Listing: Aftermarket Channel Manager

Web.com posted a job opportunity that might be of interest to a job seeker from within the domain industry. Web.com is looking to hire an Aftermarket Channel Manager, and I presume the person will be focused on the company’s NameJet and SnapNames platforms. The job opening was posted yesterday afternoon on LinkedIn.

Here’s the job description:

“The Aftermarket Channel Manager will create and execute strategies intended to drive engagement for the Web.com Aftermarket platforms to improve performance, grow sales and revenue, and increase inventory, bids, and bidders.”

Under experience, the job listing mentions domain industry experience “is preferred but not required.” I can see why it would be helpful since there will be interaction between registrar partners and the platforms. Perhaps someone working at a domain registrar or registry might have an interest in this type of position. I do not think this would be a good position for a domain investor though.

The position appears to be based out of Web.com’s headquarters in Jacksonville, Florida. At the time of publication, only one person has applied for this job so far (but it’s still early).

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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