Inside Seer

  • How to Turn your Internship into a Job: Tips from a Hiring Manager

    …-handed. The five Interns we hired came prepared for these meetings with accompanying presentation decks. You’re essentially pitching them on why they should invest in your career so, be sure to highlight how your work impacted the business and include any feedback that you received from team members. I can’t promise that your Internship will turn…

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  • Seer Team Member Spotlight: Q+A with Ryan Fontana

    … Ryan Fontana is one of Seer’s SEO Team Leads. Ryan started with us in our Philly office and, being a self-proclaimed beach bum, jumped at the chance to move to San Diego to help us open Seer West almost three years ago. He’d never share this himself, but the dude’s got heart—he pours himself into every aspect of Seer’s culture that he can…

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  • Seer’s Director of Analytics is on the Run! Q+A with Larry Waddell

    … to continue to help businesses improve their marketing impact. Currently, our analytics team is director-less. Finding a web analytics professional who brings strong leadership skills, a passion for data, a unique vision to grow the team, and a cultural fit, is no cakewalk. Filling this role is critical and it carries a tremendous amount of possible growth…

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  • You don’t need experience to be a Digital Marketing Intern

    … that not only did I not understand, but I had so many questions that I wanted to ask. So why hadn’t I asked them in the moment? Thinking back, I can sum up why in four thoughts: I’m probably supposed to know that, I don’t want to look dumb I can figure it out on my own, I’ve always been independent I don’t want to waste anyone’s time I’m so confused I…

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  • Seer Team Member Spotlight: Q+A with Amanda Mancuso

    … Amanda Mancuso is a newly-promoted PPC Team Lead; she’s worked at Seer as an Account Manager for several years, starting when we were a company of only 12 employees. She consistently joins teammates on volunteer outings, acted as mentor for our digital marketing interns, played a huge part in helping our leadership team iron out our new titles…

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  • Top 5 Takeaways From an Internship at SEER

    … website. http://memegenerator.net/instance/34163555 5. Time management…learn it! I love being busy, and I rarely say no to work. Sounds like a great trait to have right? WRONG. Working as an intern at an agency, no one can effectively manage your schedule except you. Everyone is working on different things for different clients, and they have no idea…

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  • Top 5 Takeaways From an Internship at SEER

    … website. http://memegenerator.net/instance/34163555 5. Time management…learn it! I love being busy, and I rarely say no to work. Sounds like a great trait to have right? WRONG. Working as an intern at an agency, no one can effectively manage your schedule except you. Everyone is working on different things for different clients, and they have…

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  • Conquering Your Inner Critic: Lessons From The Pennsylvania Women’s Conference

    … to the conference? It must have been a mistake. I’m the worst employee SEER has ever had. Giphy.com That. That is my inner critic. And if it sounds familiar, it’s because we all have one. Our inner critics are there to make sure we don’t take any risks, over-achieve, or God forbid, speak up. Learning to silence our inner critics (or trying to) was just one…

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  • Search Marketing: A Daytime Love Story

    … out what it was that pulled me in this direction. So, I reached out to people in my network to find out what it is and what it takes to be involved with it. This is where I met Cupid, aka Jamie Blomquist, who shared with me other aspects of Search Engine Marketing. I used that exchange as a way to talk to more people at SEER, as well as understand…

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  • SEER Takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    … In 2009, at the age of 57, my stepfather, Steve West, was diagnosed with ALS. Voice recognition technology and the support of family, friends, and neighbors have helped prolong his life. We’re grateful to still have him with us today. I challenged my SEER teammates to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with me, and my family and I were touched…

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  • Agencies and the Culture of “Startup”

    … Hi there! I’m Emily Allen, I manage HR, recruiting, and employee development at SEER Interactive. Approaching my one year anniversary at SEER, and looking forward to many more, I hope to share some things I’ve learned about culture, growth, and people in a tremendously fast paced, highly ambitious, and truly awesome digital marketing agency. From…

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  • 8 Months at SEER

    … When I first started working at SEER, a friend sent me this meme: To which I responded, “Har har har”, and nothing more because I actually had no idea the extent of exaggeration/accuracy this stupid internet meme might represent. My story is similar to many young professionals. About a year ago, I was a fresh graduate who was attempting…

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  • 12 Awesome Perks of Being a SEER Intern

    …Passing our one-month mark as SEER digital marketing interns, we have joined didactic training sessions, completed engaging projects, and learned a tremendous amount of SEO knowledge along the way. It’s pretty clear that we love interning at SEER – what better way to share our love than through a gif-filled, all-things SEER favorite list? 1) Join…

    Sami Herman/ SEER Interactivein Paid Search- 30 readers -