by Tamara R.
(Actually, I’m 10 days late from my one-year work anniversary, but I figure it’s better to write now than never.)
So, 1 year at RevBuilders. What have I learned? Well, I could go on and on about the endless marketing stuff I’ve learned. SEO, ftp details, h1 tags, and so forth. In fact, I think I’ve kind of just scratched the surface on everything, and now it’s time to go back and learn more in-depth. Whew!
But I think what I’ve enjoyed most is working with my clients, and also working with the RevBuilders team. So, I’ll try to just quick capture everything into these really tiny nutshells that will hopefully make some sense:
Our Clients – they are business people (mostly) that are really into what they are doing (mostly). They are fun to talk to, inspiring, always coming up with new ideas or wanting new ways to market. They want to know more, and as a result, I am ever-learning. It’s great!
Our Team – what a group of talented individuals! They’re able to speak multiple languages, (including Americanese), they’re hard-working, they’re creative, but they’re also genuinely kind. Sometimes it’s difficult to work with people you can’t shake hands with, but this team has never ceased to prove themselves a distinguished group.
I’m gonna include Becky – our awesome intern – in on “Our Team.” She’s been a fabulous help not just in menial duties, but in the excellent research she does, and her sustaining “go get’em” attitude. I’ve never seen someone go at non-working Yelp! accounts like her. I’m going to miss this gal when she leaves.
So kudos to RevBuilders’ clients and the RevBuilders team. This year has been a huge eye-opener into the world of marketing, but it’s been great overall.
And for those that are wondering about what I’ve learned about the RevMan, and what he’s really like, he is…just exactly like you know him. Honest through and through, hard-working, always learning, an excellent teacher, and always – always – focused most on his Lord, and secondly on his family. I’ve never known someone to decline regular holiday gifts, but instead say, “Just give something to my family. Don’t get anything for me.”
So, I’ve learned a lot. Had a lot of good and hard times, but I think that’s true for life, not just work. This said, I need to get going. Back to taking over the world! …Er, doing marketing stuff.