I am going to keep this short and simple. While participating in a conference call, please make sure the client is off the phone before speaking your mind about either him or her. If you are a professional individual, this would more than likely never happen to you. For the non professionals, this has either happened to you, or will happen to you. Let me assure you this will be one of the most awkward moments of your life.
There is no worse feeling when you think the client has hung up and a voice comes through the phone that says, “do I really have to listen to this?” This is when you insert your foot into your mouth. See image below. HAHAHAHA.
This may or may not be a true story. If its true, I would love to see the face of all parties involved. If its false, well I would love to see the faces of all parties involved.
If any of the 2 people that read my blog (hahaha) have experienced this, or know of someone that has experienced this, I would love to hear your story.
So, as you can see I haven’t written a post in quite some time. For one, I am not the best writer in the world, so it takes me a long time to ponder up a thought. Secondly, I have been extremely busy making sure all of our clients are happy. Lastly, I have been scouring through resumes and setting up interviews with the help of my Assistant Manager Samuel Wanamaker. My other Assistant Manager Scott Molloy (Scoot Molly), has been hard at work training our new hires. As of late, I eat sleep and breathe work. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job, but my family comes first.
Most people might think being busy is a pain in the ass, but someone like myself looks at it is as job security. As an internet marketing company, we are constantly making updates to not only websites, but to our products. Our Research and Development department Managed by the one and only Craig Kilgore (@ckilgs) is constantly pushing their brains to the limit. With the information they pump out, it keeps the rest of us extremely busy trying to figure out how to implement all this great information.
With all of our current growth, we have made major changes to our Web Design / Development Department starting by, adding a new manager with boat loads of experience. If you havent heard of Tom Seitz (@TRaySeitz) by now, you must be living under a rock. This guy has some of the best design credentials I have ever seen.
I am going to call it quits for tonight because I am exhausted. Until tomorrow folks!