Tuesday, August 14, 2007

WhatCounts Professional Services Group to Address Email Deliverability at a Series of Upcoming Roundtable Events

WhatCounts Professional Services Group to Address Email Deliverability at a Series of Upcoming Roundtable Events

Ms. Ana Ruiz, the recently appointed Director of Client Strategy with the Professional Consulting Services team, will address online marketers to discuss challenges and techniques for maximizing email deliverability.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) October 10, 2006

WhatCounts, Inc., a leader in comprehensive e-communication programs, announced today that Ms. Ana Ruiz, the recently appointed Director of Client Strategy with the Professional Consulting Services team, will address online marketers to discuss challenges and techniques for maximizing email deliverability. Ruiz will host three presentations this week; two for Shop. org in New York and another for the Washington D. C. Chapter of the Direct Marketing Association.

Ruiz brings more than 12 years of experience in business intelligence and email marketing to the WhatCounts Professional Services team. In her new role, Ruiz is responsible for providing consulting services designed to assist online marketers in the development of email marketing and RSS programs. Before joining WhatCounts, Ruiz managed the implementation of global email marketing programs for the largest online travel service provider in the world. As a recognized expert in the email marketing industry, Ruiz is uniquely qualified to address the issues facing today’s marketers.

"I am honored to be speaking at these industry events,” said Ana Ruiz, Director of Client Strategy for WhatCounts, Inc. “It is important to me not only to represent the fantastic professionals on my WhatCounts team, but to participate in the continuing education of online marketers for the further development of our industry."

Roundtable Event Details:

Shop. org – Annual Summit 2006

Hilton New York

New York, NY

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Thursday, October 12, 2006

4:30 PM / 4:45 PM 

With her many years of experience in the email marketing industry, Ana will serve as a subject matter expert. She will lead the roundtable discussion on email tips for higher delivery, conversion, and open rates.

DMAW’s 4th Annual E-Marketing Day

George Washington University

Washington, D. C.

Friday, October 13, 2006

3:15 PM 

Ana will host a presentation on how to ensure deliverability of email marketing campaigns during an educational seminar for the Washington, D. C. Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the DMA.

About WhatCounts, Inc.

WhatCounts is a leader in comprehensive e-communication programs leveraging the power of targeted permission-based email messaging, interactive two-way dialogue, personalized content syndication (RSS) and extensive marketing services. Deliverability management, strategic coaching, best practices benchmarking and professional services ensure substantial returns on loyalty marketing investments.

The powerful WhatCounts e-Communications Suite represents over ten years of industry expertise and development, and enables marketers to build brand loyalty through enhanced communication and granular analytics. This robust platform can be delivered through a hosted Web-based application for direct customers and agency resellers or via the unique proprietary Broadcaster TM appliance. With the development of the Broadcaster™, WhatCounts was the first company to offer a hardware solution with pre-installed software to eliminate metered fees. Flexible application programming interfaces allow for seamless integration between the e-Communications Suite and customer relationship management, marketing and reporting platforms.

Founded in 2000, WhatCounts is a private Seattle-based company with offices across North America. For more information, please visit www. whatcounts. com or call (800) 440-7005.

Media Contact

Ola Bateman

WhatCounts, Inc.

805.492.4152

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Celebrate the Arrival of Spring with NJ Audubon at May Days in Bernardsville

Celebrate the Arrival of Spring with NJ Audubon at May Days in Bernardsville

Saturday and Sunday, May 1 and 2 at NJ Audubon’s Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary. Experience the new Hoffman Center for Conservation and Environmental Education, with an all new Nature Store, gallery and classrooms filled with activities

Bernardsville (PRWEB) March 10, 2010

Celebrate Spring at the Grand Opening of New Jersey Audubon’s Hoffman Center for Conservation and Environmental Education on Saturday and Sunday May 1 and 2, 10 am to 4 pm, at the Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, 11 Hardscrabble Road, Bernardsville. This free, two-day family event features something for everyone -- music and entertainment; hands-on nature activities; live animal demonstrations; and displays from local organizations, all surrounded by 276 acres of scenic woodland, field and floodplain habitat supporting some 200 species of wildlife ready for you to explore. Stop by the registration table and pick up an Event Program that will guide you through the May Days activities.

Several times throughout both days, special kids’ radio telemetry classes will take place, which will show how professional wildlife biologists track all kinds of species on their travels around the world by letting kids track “wildlife” on the grounds of the Sanctuary. There will be fun nature crafts for the little ones, a Natural Treasure Hunt and free face painting provided by local Girl Scout Troops.

The event line-up also includes entertaining and educational indoor presentations by specialists on dragonflies, birds, local history and some great storytelling. And, if a plant only blooms for one day, what good does it do in nature? Find out at a lecture by one of the state’s renowned experts on “ephemeral” plants. Enjoy live music outdoors and visit live animal exhibits by the Raptor Trust and NJ Audubon’s Weis Ecology Center, featuring birds of prey and other birds.

Come by and shop for special May Days discounts at the Nature Store, and tour a one-of-a-kind exhibition of indoor and outdoor contemporary art on threatened and endangered birds of New Jersey by award-winning New Jersey artist, Pat Brentano.

Admission is FREE and healthy foods and refreshments will be available both days, for sale by local vendors.

For more information please visit http://www. njaudubon. org/go/grandopening (http://www. njaudubon. org/go/grandopening). As we move closer to the event check back for an event schedule, directions to off-site parking and bike routes to the celebration. Bring your family and friends to this fun, festive event where you’ll discover a place where experiencing nature is pure fun. 

For more information: Mike Anderson, Director of Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary, (908) 766-5787 or Lillian Armstrong, New Jersey Audubon Communications Liaison (609) 861-1608, ext. 22. For more on artist Pat Brentano, visit http://www. patbrentano. com (http://www. patbrentano. com).

New Jersey Audubon is a privately supported, statewide, not-for-profit membership organization.

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