I wrote a few press releases while at Roundpeg as well. This one celebrates Roundpeg’s Women Business Enterprise certification!
This post was written specifically for HVAC specialists looking to do a little social media work. I would definitely argue, though, that most (if not all) of these points could apply to any business in any industry. It all comes down to your own favorite company pages on Facebook.
This is my favorite post that came from my experiences at Roundpeg. It was weird at first for me, as an intern, to try to teach people something they didn’t already know. This post got some good feedback from some talented marketing professionals who said they’ve struggled with the same things!
Last post as a Roundpeg intern! It truly was an experience I can look back on and say that no class has ever taught me that much. Sitting at that corner desk made me blatantly aware of my strengths and weaknesses, in a good way.
This post was written right after I sat in on a social media seminar held by Roundpeg’s marketing gurus. I didn’t think I would learn anything about Facebook or twitter since I’ve navigated through these sites thousands of times while procrastinating on homework. I was definitely wrong. My generation seems to think we know social media like the back of our hand. And we do in a way that I can usually predict which of my friends will retweet something I post. But working social media for a company is much different. You have to grasp the numbers involved and the overall strategy.
This post seems so long ago! I enjoy looking at it months later and seeing where my writing was. I adapted very well at Roundpeg, and one of the first things I learned that’s mentioned in this blog post still stands true: people like personality. Being afraid to be who you are is not only selling yourself short, but the people around you too.