Hi readers I am now going into my third week here at AC4S technologies, and to be completely honest things have been running smoothly lately. Now that I have certified in Google ads I have developed a monthly marketing campaign through google ads which I am due to present to the CEO in the coming future. If you are asking, yes it is going to be nerve racking to present my idea to the CEO of the company, but I believe that my recent training has made me the best candidate to deliver this presentation and idea. We lack leads in general and loyal customers, and that is exactly what google ads can provide us with.
But besides training and certification, I shadowed the office, looking at the tech side of things and how they work out their tickets, what programs they use and how they utilize those programs to both our benefit and our customers. I also practiced and learned how they pack and program the computers for their customers so it is much easier for them to unpackage and get to work instantly. I learned quite a few things last week, as far as the real world business environment, business IT problems, as well as how to solve my personal computer issues. Michael, one of my co-workers, delivers the best advice that I have ever heard in my life. It is not personal life advice, it is more of future job related advice, as well as advice as a marketer later on in life as that is what I aspire to do later in life eventually becoming a marketing manager, and maybe becoming the CFO of a company. Before coming into this job I had been experienced in the area of solidarity, but never in a business environment. So I came in with the idea that I would have heads to bounce off of. But I am the only marketer here, so being alone and having to come up with ideas on my own was purely different not so much a challenge. It has taken me a while to get used to this aspect, but getting used to it now at this age is inevitably giving my a extra step over my competition. But Michael told me that during most of my marketing career I would be working alone, or that I would be literally the only marketer in a small company and that I would have to prove my worth as a marketer to the company. That had opened my eyes in this field, so thanks to that I am looking at everything through the lens that entails everything as a “learning experience.” There is something to be taken away from anything, no matter the incident.