A few words about us
Founders Michael Castello and David Castello, known as the Castello Brothers, own, manage and develop some of the most recognized Geo and Generic domain name brands in the world. Their portfolio includes Cost.com, Nashville.com, GolfClub.com, Acapulco.com, PalmSprings.com, Manicure.com, Daycare.com, Adopt.com, Traveler.com and many more.
Victoria Castello is Chief Financial officer for the Castello Cities Internet Network. Prior to joining CCIN, she was the Vice President and Controller for American Birthright Trust Management, Inc. and Assistant to the Trustee of American Birthright Trust. She is a licensed Florida real estate broker in Palm Beach County, Florida.
In 1999, Kate Buckley became the Executive Vice-President of the Castello Cities Internet Network. Today, Kate is one of the most successful procurers of static hotel advertising revenue for Geodomains in the world.
Joanne is the Vice-President of Media Relations for CCIN and the Editor of ClubWhisky.com. Prior to joining CCIN, Joanne was a Specialist in Humanities in Japan where she taught English to Japanese children.
Jonathan Castello is CTO for CCIN and is a graduate student attaining his doctorate in Computer Science at UC Davis. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from CSU Northridge. Jonathan has also worked for NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory In Pasadena, California.
- Michael Castello
- David Castello
Editor in Chief
- Victoria Castello
Director East Coast
- Kate Buckley
- Joanne Bergstrom
- Jonathan Castello
Chief Technology Officer
- The CCIN advertising network boasts some of the most intuitive Internet brands in the world. Read more
- From geodomains like Nashville.com, Palm Springs.com and Acapulco.com to global generics like Traveler.com Cost.com, CCIN’s proven track record as pioneers developing and marketing the intuitive domain space began in 1994. Read more
- With qualitative, intuitive traffic and global reach in major verticals, CCIN’s advertising network can reach audiences that traditional media cannot.