DomainHoldings.com On A Tear Selling Domains In September Is Hiring Domain Brokers

Domainholdings.com announced on its blog today that they are hiring.

With unemployment especially those long term unemployed or underemployed its great to see a company in the domain industry still adding staff.

DomainHoldings.com according to various Facebook postings has been on a tear in September selling domains, unfortunately all are under NDA but here are some sales:

8 character .com domain for $30,000.

4 letter (non-word) .com sold — $8,500

3 word .com out the door for $17k

Woot Woot, another 1 word .com off the shelf for $50k+ Big Whoop!!!

2 one word.com’s Sold for 40k, next!

All of these were posted to Facebook since September 4th.

Here is the announcement on the hiring

We’re Hiring!

We are currently accepting application for Domain Brokers. If you are a motivated self-starter that thrives in a fast-paced sales environment we’d like to hear from you. Please review the job description below and email us your resume.

Domain Holdings is looking to grow its Premium Brokerage Division by adding a “few good men and women” to our sales team.

We are located in sunny Delray Beach Florida and also have remote work opportunities available for the right candidate.

Are you a sales superstar with a successful track record?
Do you listen to your clients and put them first?
Do you consistently exceed monthly sales quotas?
Are you an expert communicator and possess saavy computer skills?
Are you comfortable making 50-60 outbound calls to end-user companies each day?
Knowledge of the domain industry and experience using Salesforce a plus.
Do you have 2-4 years sales experience?
If the answer is yes, then we’d like to hear from you!

Domain Holdings is located in Delray Beach on historic Atlantic Boulevard, minutes from the Ocean.

We offer a competitive base salary and commission structure. Benefits (Health, Dental, 401K) and Options are available following a 90-day probationary period.

Please email your resumes to sales@domainholdings.com. We’d prefer someone in our offices but willing to allow telecommuting to qualified candidates.

Comments

  1. says

    I wonder where are the leads coming from?
    They seem to do some “Cold Calling” …?
    The domains themselves? the best vehicle to sell a domain is the “domain itself”, I seen more and more full blown strictly “For Sale” pages (no ads) even from B.D, F. Schilling notes to the subject in his latest blog post “Lobster” quite a read… surprising metrics.

Join the Discussion