We are very happy to introduce two new members to the Fandango Digital team, Charlie Blake and Sam Darwen! You can find out more about Sam in his own blog post here.
Find out more about Sam
Digital marketing is something I’ve always had a very surface-level understanding of, studying media studies at A-Level allowed me to learn some details of WordPress and web editing, and my design career has glossed over some web advertising and presentation creation.
After recently looking deeper into digital marketing, I realise how complicated this field can be and how much work needs to be done, it does not seem to be a boring job with so many unique clients and challenges that I look forward to learning how to tackle.
I usually spend my free time messing around with my 3D printer (an impulse buy), keeping fit with cycling and swimming all around West Sussex, and spending quality time with my family and friends.
Community is a very important part of my life, as the support I receive helps me get through my day, so I like to try and give back, for the last few years I’ve competed in the Swimathon for Cancer research as a way to give back.
I look forward to learning more about this field with both Hannah and Carla, as so far, they have been supportive and open to any questions I have, which has helped me move forward and become more comfortable in the workplace.
I would say currently I’m very interested in how web crawls function and the guessing game that comes with optimizing for these, assisting clients with website optimization to help them better provide their service to more people.
This to me seems to be very satisfying work, if not still very difficult. As I have had experience with working closely with clients.
Throughout my studies in product design, working through their specifications and communicating to understand their needs while explaining my limits and abilities so the result can be something that all parties are satisfied with.
We are looking forward to working on many exciting projects with the team, contact us today!