Consider this post the beginning of a beautiful staff directory. There are many talented individuals who work hard for Slingshot SEO; their interests are directly related (and completely unrelated) to the work we do daily for clients. Part of the appeal of being a Slingshotter is being surrounded by Internet nerds who know a lot about a lot (and then some).
Below are five Slingshotters from different departments to add to your Twitter network, and why they will bring value to your Twitter stream. Be sure to follow them and then introduce yourself!
Michael Thom (IT) @MichaelJThom: Do you have any sort of computer-related issue that you need to troubleshoot? Michael Thom has the answer. He is also a talented musician who will never give up the Slingshot SEO mayorship on FourSquare.
How to start the conversation: Ask him what instrument he plays and where his next gig is!
Daniel Doezema (Development) @DanDoezema is a senior developer at Slingshot SEO with a broad range of skills that include web design, graphic design, and user experience design. Word on the street is that he’s into caffeine and Dead Like Me.
How to start the conversation: Ask him which scripting language is his favorite and why.
Ashley Billman (Staffing) @AshBillman: Finds talent for every department at Slingshot SEO. Follow her if you think you have what it takes to join the Slingshot SEO team. She is a dogmom and proud Ball State University alumna. She also has a secret love of reality TV singing shows.
How to start the conversation: Ask her about this week’s X Factor and which judge was the best.
Jeff Rothe (Client Success) @JeffJRothe: have you ever wondered what it really means to go above and beyond to deliver for multiple clients? Ask Jeff. He brings fresh ideas/concepts to the table and follows through until completion. He also repairs old video game consoles in his spare time.
How to start the conversation: Ask him how he’s explaining the latest Penguin refresh to clients.
Bryan Murray (Editorial) @TheBryanMurray: A master wordsmith and master team player. He organizes the weekly poetry reading for the Search Media department and can be counted on to keep it real when stress levels get high. He’s a talented writer and beat maker, too.
How to start the conversation: What poems have you selected for this week’s reading?
Each of these team members brings something special to the office – and to Twitter – and we’ve got even more awesome folks to cover next time!