Scott O Hirsch
Scott O Hirsch is an American internet entrepreneur. In 1992, he sold contact lenses and other things online, which was his first step into doing business online. When he started eDirect in 1998, he went into the business of sending emails to sell things. Hirsch started Relation Serve Media in 2004. This is an interactive advertising agency that also does email marketing.
Hirsch helped start Appsbar Inc. in 2009, which lets people make their apps. He runs Appsbar and is a boxing manager at the moment. Scott also writes and often writes for Huffington Post.
When Scott O Hirsch started eDirect in 1998, he got into the commercial email marketing business, also known as the “spam game.” In 2002, eDirect merged with Naviant. Time said Hirsch sold Naviant to the huge consumer credit company Equifax for a whopping $135,000,000. The new company, which is called Naviant, is one of the biggest in the field of direct Internet marketing. Naviant became a leader in online registration trends and was the first to add email data to postal lists (called “e-pending”).
Hirsch started Relation Serve Media in 2004. Relation Serve Media is an interactive advertising agency that also focuses on email marketing. Hirsch listed the company on the American Stock Exchange with the code RSVM in 2005. In 2008, Scott started DigDev, now called DigDev Direct, a digital media agency.
Hirsch is a professional boxing manager who lives in Florida at the moment. Cory Spinks, a junior middleweight who has won five world titles and is ranked No. 1 by the International Boxing Federation, is his client. He was named Boxing Manager of the Year by the WBO in 2006 and was nominated for the same award by the Boxing Writers Association of America. In 2006, Shannon Briggs, Jameel McCline, and JD Chapman, all heavyweights, went a combined 14-0. He was Shannon Briggs’ manager and helped him win seven straight fights and the WBO World Heavyweight title before he lost to Sultan Ibragimov by unanimous decision in June 2007 in Atlantic City. He also helped Jameel McCline win six fights in a row and get a shot at the WBA title, which McCline lost in Basel, Switzerland, in January 2007 when he hurt his knee. He has helped JD Chapman, a heavyweight prospect from Arkansas, get a record of 27-0 and a world ranking of #14 from the WBC. Chapman hasn’t fought anyone with a good reputation yet. Hirsch’s fighters often appear on national TV and in the cards of big promoters like Don King, Wilfred Sauerland, Golden Boy, Main Events, Cedric Kushner, and Duva Boxing.
Scott O Hirsch has always liked racquetball. At Providence College, he was on the racquetball team and won the Big East Intercollegiate Regional Racquetball Championship in 1985. Hirsch, Marty Hogan, a six-time world champion, and Steve Keeley started the Legends of Racquetball and Paddleball Tour in 2002. From 2002 to 2005, Hirsch was in charge of running the tour.”
Hirsch co-founded Appsbar Inc., which allows users to create their own apps, in 2009. He is the owner of Appsbar and a boxing manager. Scott is also a writer who contributes to the Huffington Post on a regular basis.