We'd like to welcome Laura to the RDM team, as she joins this week as our new Digital Marketing Executive. She's joining Rare after a great period of growth in recent months.
After completing her apprenticeships in both Business & Administration and Digital Media & Social Media Marketing, Laura has been working for the last four years with Natural Cement in Barnsley, covering social media, creating onsite content and working on events and exhibitions. Her work with Natural Cement really impressed us, as she managed to develop a great content calendar, with limited creative resources at her disposal, developing an engaging online presence which helped the business attract new clients.
Coming on board with Rare Digital Marketing, Laura will predominantly be managing social media accounts for our clients, making sure all content is up to scratch and building that all important organic following. She's also adept at blog writing, which is great for our clients, as she will be putting SEO and audience focused content together, building on our already strong team in helping clients attract targeted traffic and creep up Google rankings.
Her outgoing personality, which stood out in her interview (we hardly managed to get a word in!), has already been a big hit in the office; we're sure she'll fit in perfectly with the whole team. Laura has even managed to make a few unprompted cuppas which is always a bonus. She'll go far.
Favourite Food: Sunday Dinner (she is veggie though, so we're not sure what this consists of)
Favourite Drink: Rum & Coke
Pets: One Cat (Suti) and a Bearded Dragon (Drogon)
Hobbies: Make Up*
*As part of Laura's development (specifically Google Tag Manager and what not), she will be working on her own make up blog. Keep checking: www.makeupwarrior.co.uk to see how she's getting on.
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