Full Media Welcomes Adam Haskew To Internet Marketing Team

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Full Media, an Internet marketing and website design firm with offices in Gainesville, Ga., and Chattanooga, announced the addition of Adam Haskew to the firm’s Internet marketing team.

A Chattanooga native, Mr. Haskew studied English literature at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. During college, he wrote for local publications including CityScope and Healthscope Magazines.

As an Internet marketing analyst at Full Media, Mr. Haskew will manage search engine optimization campaigns for a variety of client websites. Through content development, online public relations and social media, he will direct the online performance of these websites and develop and execute strategies that provide a strong user experience for new customers who find clients’ sites online.

Prior to his position at Full Media, Mr. Haskew worked for a custom media company specializing in health and wellness publications and marketing.

Davis White, Full Media president, said, “With four years’ experience in the publication industry, Adam brings a strong skill set of content creation and copyediting to the Internet marketing team.” He added, “As Full Media continues to focus on producing quality content for our clients’ websites, Adam’s talent for writing, in addition to his marketing background, will prove an invaluable asset as he manages the creative, online strategies for Full Media clients."


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