We’ve got a very exciting new business that we are currently developing for what would be considered to be small businesses. Much more information will be coming on this platform.
Our Approach follows along with our overarching philosophy. We don’t have a cookie-cutter approach to anything that we do. Every project is viewed as a new beginning, with all of the experience that we’ve gained from every project we’ve ever done. The cookie-cutter approach works well in some areas, but when you work with web businesses that generate millions of visits per month and have hundreds of thousands of web pages, you can’t do the cookie cutter approach.
High Peak Media initially started as a side-project for Kurt Tietjen during many years as an online media executive at companies like TheStreet, Purch [formerly TechMediaNetwork], Fortune City, iVillage. In 2016, High Peak Media became the focus of all activities online including work with multiple clients, the creation of a client support platform and the creation and launch of several stand alone web sites.
Meet the Team
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President and Founder
Kurt started High Peak Media after leaving Purch (formerly TechMediaNetwork) where he was the Chief Traffic Officer (head of Audience & Product). Kurt grew the audience from 22 million visitor to 140 million monthly visitors in a little over 4 years.
Prior to Purch, Kurt was the SVP of Operations at TheStreet and held numerous operations, marketing and finance positions in a number of online media companies over the last 25+ years — essentially as there’s been an on-line media industry.
Our sometimes designer
Megan is a Product Manager for a high-end fabric and design firm in New York.
Megan has a degree in Computer Graphics from Purdue University and shops in her spare time.
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