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  • Three Executives Leave Oversee.net in Realignment

    1. BY - Jun 17, 2011
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    Company changes up ranks at the top.

    Domain Name Wire has confirmed with Oversee.net spokesperson Mason Cole that four three executives have left Oversee.net as part of a realignment of the company.

    Jeff Kupietzky is still CEO of the company.

    Cole declined to comment about whether additional changes were in the works and would not comment on which executives left the company.

    The executive changes were first reported by Domain Name News this afternoon.

    Oversee.net runs a number of domain name related businesses, many of which have been in flux over the past few years. Its primary businesses are monetizing its own large domain portfolio, monetizing client domains through DomainSponsor, developing lead generation and ecommerce sites, domain name registrar Moniker, and domain marketplace/expired domain site SnapNames.

7 Comments
  • personal experience says:

    June 17, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    For those of you that don’t speak English, let me translate for you:

    Oversee is loosing their ass because the domain business has gone down the toilet along with monetization. Also looming in the wings is the multi-million dollar lawsuit brought on by Monte Cahn. And oh yeah now who made that deal to begin with?

  • They were going to let 4 executives go.
    But, they decided at the last moment to
    keep Halvarez.

  • 3 Pound Hammer says:

    June 17, 2011 at 6:17 pm

    I bet InternetTraffic.com was the final blow.

    Time to reorganize b/c the business metrics are all screwy for them now due to Frank’s domain market coup.

  • I wonder who decided to keep Jeff Kupietzky ??

  • InternetTraffic is up to 295k domains.
    Not bad considering Frank only started
    6 weeks ago.

    The problem is, Frank is taking the better
    domains from the other ppc companies.
    Which will make the other ppc companies
    traffic quality drop and revenue.

    All of the other ppc companies are slowly
    dying a slow death.

    I wonder when NameMedia will cut their ppc
    staff? I hope the staff are updating their
    resumes.

  • Domainer Extraordinaire says:

    June 18, 2011 at 7:13 am

    Yawn

  • Good on Frank!

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