Author Archives: Matt Wegrzyn

About Matt Wegrzyn

Founder & CEO of Bodis

Jobs @ Bodis

Last updated August 4th, 2018.

As an experienced, innovative, and most importantly, growing domain parking / traffic monetization / online ad company, we are always looking for new talent to become part of our amazing team. If you fit any of the positions below, please don’t hesitate and send your resume or inquiry to
 

Account Manager

With a presence in the US and Europe, we are now recruiting an experienced Advertiser Account Manager, based remotely, to assist in our ambitious growth plans.

Working with some of the largest Ad Networks and Direct Advertisers worldwide you will be responsible for managing and growing current relationships as well as introducing new partners.

The ideal candidate should be self-motivated with a “can do” attitude, they should have previous experience in publisher or advertiser management and be VERY confident communicating with others. You can speak and write English fluently with additional languages a bonus. You demonstrate a good excel proficiency and are competent using office software.

This job is a work from home!

Key Responsibilities
  • Manage current Advertiser partnerships, matching advertiser to publisher inventory
  • Communicate with current and new advertisers via email, Skype and phone.
  • Identify and introduce perfect match advertisers
  • Assist in management of publisher accounts as and when required
  • Generate weekly reports, reporting to senior management on your current progress and action points.
  • Attend trade shows (based on performance).
Requirements/skills
  • Knowledge of the online ad industry
  • Knowledge of the domain parking industry

 

Full Stack Web Developer – LEMP Stack

We are seeking a driven full stack web developer (LEMP stack) to develop and maintain web traffic monetization / online ad apps for our firm.You have deep knowledge of PHP, MySQL, and nginx, and love to work in a custom environment.

This job is a work from home!

Key Responsibilities
  • Plan and build web applications
  • Coordinate with UI developers to realize new projects
Requirements
  • Deep knowledge of PHP 7.x. At least 5 years experience, or presenting exceptional programming talent.
  • MySQL
  • nginx
  • Excellent skills in object-oriented programming and design patterns
  • Knowledge of version control systems, preferably git
  • Comfortable working with SSH command line
  • Solid knowledge of RESTful API endpoints

Job Type:
Hourly

Compensation:
$70,000/yr / $35/hr


Send your resume or inquiry to jobs@bodis.com.

Meet us at Namescon Jan 10th – Jan 13th!

Namescon Jan 10th - Jan 13th

Namescon Jan 10th – Jan 13th

In just a little over a week, our team will be exhibiting at the 3rd annual Namescon domain conference at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, Nevada! Namescon is the leading domain conference in the industry, and the best place to do business with other domain industry professionals. We’ll be there between Sunday, Jan 10th and Wednesday, Jan 13th.  Continue reading

Improved “For Sale” Landing Pages

Our users have asked us for better and improved for sale landing pages for their parked domains, and today we’re happy to do just that. We’ve rolled out new for sale pages that not only improve the aesthetics and functionality, but also are far more effective in closing a domain sale. Continue reading

Bodis is Hiring!

Our company is hiring! Want to learn more about the inner workings of domain parking while working from your home within your own flexible schedule? Want your work to be recognized by thousands of Bodis users? Want to work for a company where ideas are brought first to the market? If you answered yes, then Bodis is the right place for you.

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Why Are Highly Valuable Generic Domains “Fail Listed”?

This week I came across a post on the Namepros forum (which can be found here), of a domain owner asking why his domain name has been “fail listed” by our primary upstream ad provider[?]. To those readers that don’t know, “fail listing” a domain is when our primary ad provider decides that a domain is not suitable for their network advertisers and decides not to serve any advertisements on it.

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