"Finally a way to follow-up, without me."
September 10, 2013
PolitePersistence to be Featured
At Local Technology Meetups
#EmailOnce With a New Jersey Developed Gmail Extension
Middletown, NJ: John Genovese, Co-Founder of PolitePersistence, will be providing an in depth look to the New Jersey developed Gmail extension at various Meetups throughout September 2013. These technology, startup, and entrepreneurial focused events provide the perfect atmosphere for creatives to put NJ on the map.
Genovese’s presentations will focus on the ability for PolitePersistence to eliminate manual follow up emails. By scheduling emails that will automatically shut off once a response is made or after a pre-set limit, PolitePersistence will allow the following up on invoice, engaging thought leaders, pitching reporters, and more to be non-intrusive and effective.
For PolitePersistence’s press kit please visit: www.politepersistence.com/pr
“PolitePersistence is disrupting email for the better by saving users countless hours of better used time,” says Genovese. “Email is only the beginning, we plan to take this technology to other online assets where persistence is necessary in order to get the response you deserve.”
Technology Meetups, although very common in places like New York, are just beginning to gain traction in New Jersey.
PolitePersistence will be a featured product at the following Tech Meetups:
· September 12th – Morris Tech Meet Up @ 6:30PM - 285 Madison Avenue The Campus Library
· September 16th – Princeton Tech Meet Up @ 7:00PM - 65 Witherspoon St., Princeton, NJ
· September 18th – Madison Tech Meet Up @ 6:00PM - 30 E Hanover Ave, Whippany, NJ
Attendees will also get a first look at the crowd funding campaign that will take PolitePersistence to the next level.
“Our crowd funding campaign is designed to truly reward the backers,” says Michael Forgie, Director of Digital Marketing. “Of course we will offer tangible goods, but we believe those who love this product will also love other services. To find out more, you will have to attend the Meetups.
Genovese adds, “We have been pouring our lives into this application so everyone from the average email user to the business owner can cut the time they spend on email in half.”
Please visit www.politepersistence.com for more information on the product prior to the Meetups. Twitter users can use #EmailOnce to join in on the email marketing discussion.
PolitePersistence is a Gmail extension that helps people spend less time on email by automating their follow ups. PolitePersistence simply allows users to create their own follow up system in a simple and efficient way by deactivating all automated follow up emails once a recipient replies. PolitePersistence was founded by a husband and wife team who sought a better way to spend more time with family and friends than with their inbox.
John Genovese, Co-Founder PolitePersistence
Monmouth County, NJ