Shannon rejoins our growing Paid Search team
Last week we were very happy to welcome Shannon May back to Clicky as she joins our growing PPC Team. As part of her induction we asked here a few questions, and here’s is what she had to say…
What’s your role at Clicky?
I’m a PPC Executive at Clicky.
Why did you choose Clicky?
I had previously worked at Clicky during university and for a few years after graduating.
I’d progressed from working as an Assistant in the marketing team, to Account Management. However, I decided my love for digital marketing very much sits in paid search, and decided to make the move from Account Management to PPC at an agency I very much respect and admire after a short time away.
Clicky is such a forward thinking agency, with a very talented team across web, design, marketing, and strategy. I very much knew that I wanted to be part of it again, developing alongside a fantastic bunch of people.
What are you most looking forward to working on?
Everything! Such a clichéd answer I know, but I really am looking forward to getting to know the clients I’ll be working with and building on the success’ we’ve achieved so far for them.
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How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
Creative, logical and ambitious. If you asked other people to describe me, they may throw stubborn into the mix too!
What would you say is your biggest/ proudest moment?
So far, I’d say buying my first house, which was a bit of a project (to say the least), so most weekends have been spent with a paintbrush in hand!
Tell us 3 skills/ talents that you possess?
- I’m a dab hand with a sewing machine, I even have an online shop where I sell things I’ve made (mainly because I have no where to store them!).
- I’m weirdly good at wallpapering, not sure if this is a skill I wanted to posses, but I’m stuck with it now!
- I can speak Welsh, educated in the Welsh language until I was 18 (finding a Welsh to French dictionary isn’t easy!).