Baytech Webs is proud to announce the partnership with Stanford University in developing their email marketing campaign beginning with the Fall 2009/Spring 2010 academic year.
Baytech Webs will work with the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University to launch monthly email marketing campaigns to students, fellows, and faculty.
“We are very excited to work hand-in-hand with Stanford University to spread the word about the great work at CASBS and improve their marketing metrics. Our marketing strategies are results-driven, and I’m sure that we will see excellent results for Stanford,” said Maxine Wang, Development Director.
This Silicon Valley based firm’s marketing strategies combine technical expertise with keen marketing insights for leveraging consumer behavior. Every marketing campaign’s focus is driven to connect potential customers to businesses for products and services they are seeking.
“Email newsletters are one of the most direct marketing methods available. With a newsletter, Stanford’s CASBS is able to speak directly to their users and keep them updated on the latest news and developments in their fast-paced industry,” said Ms. Wang.
Every month Baytech Webs will coordinate with Stanford’s CASBS for content creation, updated designs, and email distribution. Stanford’s CASBS will have a dedicated project manager to handle all of the details and technicalities. The project manager will also compile reports on all marketing metrics and will adjust the newsletter as necessary to optimize those metrics.
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