Domain Holdings Hires Michael Feeley Formerly With Kanoodle & Sendori

According to a press release today, Domain Holdings announced the hiring of former Kanoodle Co-Founder Michael Feeley as its Vice President of Sales for  DomainPower.

“Feeley’s role will include driving and maximizing revenue for DomainPower publishers, as well developing opportunities for expansion into new monetization channels.”

“Michael knows this industry. He knows where it is, where it is heading and how we can reach across multiple channels to service the evolution,” Domain Holdings CEO Jason Boshoff said. “With our technology capabilities, his technical wherewithal in direct navigation, error traffic and the search landscape, we are excited about the tremendous growth ahead.”

“Prior to joining Domain Holdings, Feeley spent four years as the Director of Business Development for Sendori, Inc., cultivating revenue growth opportunities with direct navigation, error traffic and application distribution partnerships. Previous to that he spent two years with Dotzup Inc. as the President of Domain Parking and Purchasing, growing its parking monetization service offerings.

“In 1999, Feeley co-founded Kanoodle, where he helped grow the Buffalo-based then startup from one to just under 100 employees, as well as raise a round of funding from Insight Venture Partners. Kanoodle, which was rebranded as Seevast Corp. in 2006, is credited as being one of the first three PPC platforms built, and focused on search-targeted sponsored links.”

“When I started out in the late 90s with Kanoodle, we wanted to disrupt the space and we were able to do that,” Feeley said. “Domain Holdings is an innovative and hard-hitting company that I think can ultimately do the same.”

I know Michael well and like him a lot.

Nice hire

Congrats to Domain Holdings & Michael.


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