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Scott O Hirsch

Scott O Hirsch is a successful internet entrepreneur from the United States. In 1992, he began his online business by selling contact lenses and other things. He launched eDirect, a commercial email marketing company, in 1998. Hirsch established Relation Serve Media, an interactive advertising firm specializing in email marketing, in 2004.

Hirsch co-founded Appsbar Inc.,[1] which allows users to create their apps, in 2009. He runs Appsbar and is a boxing manager at the moment. Scott is also a writer and frequent Huffington Post contributor.

Scott O Hirsch launched eDirect in 1998, which later merged with Naviant in 2002, and entered the commercial email marketing business (a.k.a. the spam game). According to Time[16], Hirsch sold Naviant to consumer credit giant Equifax[17] for a whopping $135,000,000. Naviant, the united firm, became one of the largest participants in the Internet direct-marketing industry. Naviant went on to become a pioneer in online registration trends, pioneering the concept of email data appending ("e-pending"") to postal lists.

Hirsch created Relation Serve Media, an interactive advertising business specializing in email marketing, in 2004. Hirsch listed the company on the American Stock Exchange with the code RSVM in 2005. Scott launched DigDev, a digital media agency known as DigDev Direct, in 2008.

Hirsch is currently a professional boxing manager headquartered in Florida. Cory Spinks, a five-time World Champion and the International Boxing Federation's No. 1 ranked junior middleweight, is one of his clients. He was crowned WBO Boxing Manager of the Year in 2006 and was nominated for the same honor by the Boxing Writers Association of America. Shannon Briggs, Jameel McCline, and JD Chapman, three of his heavyweights, went a combined 14-0 in 2006. He guided Shannon Briggs, a two-time heavyweight champion, to seven consecutive victories and the WBO World Heavyweight title until losing a majority decision to Sultan Ibragimov in Atlantic City in June 2007.

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