So what does it really mean to be an intern at Seer? I could list hundreds of clichéd, but accurate answers, such as:The whole team here is really nice and helpful You'll learn more than you probably have in an entire semester of college Be ready to work hard But in an attempt to avoid repeating what the Seer website already says pretty clearly, I'd like to share with you the one thing that surprised me the most about this opportunity. If you want to excel in digital marketing,
you have to ask questions, as an intern at Seer, I had absolutely no formal digital marketing experience - if I'm being honest, I don't think I even fully employee email list understood the difference between SEO and PPC (don't worry guys, I understand now). My university didn't offer a course called "Digital Marketing 101", there was no typical cheat sheet. I didn't know what to expect, but I felt ready and excited to embrace all that Seer had to offer. The management team had taken a chance and hired.
me regardless of my experience level, so I was determined to prove that I was worth it. On day one, I found myself surrounded by extremely smart and passionate people who were ready and willing to help guide me through the digital world. But when asked "Do you understand?" during each practice session, I simply nodded yes each time. Growing up in a suburb of Boston, I never really struggled with words. I used to talk often, loud and fast. But the wealth