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A Summer at ReadyTalk

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I am new at Readytalk and this is my first time participating in a blog.  I am an intern working here for the summer and I am helping out with whatever needs to get done in the marketing department. So far, I am doing SEO stuff and working with the Web Seminar Series. If you don't know what SEO is don't worry, neither did I when I first heard the term. Everyday I learn something new about SEO and hopefully will have some chances to write on the blog about my progress and learning.

At the end of the summer, I will be returning to my beloved Brigham Young University to continue my education (two more years!). At school, I enjoy playing on my intramural basketball team, but have yet to play in the championship game. Besides basketball, I love hiking in Southern Utah, backpacking and alpine fishing. If you have any questions about great places to go in Colorado or Southern Utah just let me know, I have been traveling those wildernesses for my entire life.

ReadyTalk is an awesome company and I really enjoy it so far. Everyone here is very nice and always willing to help with any question that I have. In the short time that I have been working here I have learned a lot about web conferencing and I am grateful for this opportunity to be part of the ReadyTalk team.

I really look forward to working here at ReadyTalk and participating in the blog. Mike told me that as I post on the blog I will have to find my own "voice." I just hope Ursula hasn't stolen it yet and I can still write some interesting stuff.

[tags] SEO, Brigham Young University, web conferencing [/tags]


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