Join us again for the August Research Triangle Net "Tuesday" presented by Triangle 501 Tech Club and NetSquared.
Pizza & Beverages will be served , sponsored by NTEN & RTPNet. (Donations are also welcome but not required)
We will also have a guest sponsor! We received a donation of LIVE Energy Drinks, check them out at http://www.drinklive.com . LIVE has an interesting business model "50% of the profit from every purchase is donated directly to charity, which means every purchase is an opportunity to contribute to a cause."
This month we will be hearing from Drew Adams, Co-founder and President of Contactology, on the much requested topic of emarketing.
With over sixteen years of experience in web-related software development, Drew is respected as an industry innovator with a unique technical perspective on email marketing. He serves as president and co-founder of Contactology, an email-marketing firm that supplies customers with the tools to extend the power of email marketing and online surveys throughout their entire organization.
As president, Drew has demonstrated continuous revenue growth since Contactology's inception in 2001. In 2007, Contactology achieved record growth by doubling its revenue over 2006.
Drew is a frequent speaker and guest lecturer on subjects related to email marketing and Web 2.0. He has led several seminars at Duke University on email marketing, search engine optimization, blogging, RSS and social networking. Drew has also presented at the UNC School of Journalism and Mass Communication on the subject of permission-based marketing. He has been featured on WRAL's LocalTechWire and SEORadio.com on subjects related to email marketing and search engine optimization.
In addition to his speaking engagements, Drew has been a guest columnist for the Triangle's premiere technology publication, TechJournal South, where he discussed permission-based marketing, emails deliverability and the battle against spam.
Drew is an active community volunteer. He is a member of the Visual Art Exchange advisory board and an advisor to the Children and Family Resource Center.
He is a graduate of Yale University and resides in Durham, NC with his wife Traci and their three children.