I have been working online for eight years now. I have already acquired different skills and capabilities that any employer would love to have for their employee. These are the skills I’ve acquired throughout the years, starting with my previous job.
With my last employer, I was an Affiliate Marketing Manager for almost 5 years. I was the one who assists all our 1,000 plus affiliates, answering all their questions regarding our products and our affiliate system, through
Additionally, it is also my main responsibility to calculate all the revenues for each advertisement used in the newsletters as well as the revenues for each dedicated
I’ve been with this company for the longest time. My previous employer just had to let me go last September since he’s planning to shut down the website I’m working on because it is no longer gaining profits, it is not earning enough revenues anymore and he wanted to focus on his other companies instead. You could actually
On the other hand, I had also been a transcriber/transcriptionist for almost a year, with most of my completed jobs reflected in
Before I’ve been employed with my last employer, I had been an article writer for one year. This I’ve done in the now defunct
The very first online job I had years ago is a virtual assistant job, which I got from
Lastly, before I started my online career, I had 2 years BPO experience. I had been a product support representative for two years, giving technical support over the phone for configuring routers, modem routers, switches, hubs, range extenders and wireless USB adopters to North American
All these many years in working online, I already developed the right characteristics that any employer would want in their employee. First, I’m a detail-oriented person. I’m the kind of person who has a list on everything, who breakdown projects into small parts and provide schedule for each task. I even always update my employer, listing all the tasks I’ve finished that day. I have a strong working ethics. I don’t disappear. I always make sure that I
Furthermore, I’m a well adept researcher. If I don’t know something, I always research it online before asking my employer about it. However, if after all that research and I’m still at loss, I don’t hesitate to inform my employer about it. I’m not afraid to ask questions. I don’t hide my mistakes. I always set expectations so my employer would know when he could expect me to finish a project or whether I could finish the project in the deadline that he set. Additionally, I’m not afraid to learn something new. I even welcome it.
With my eight years’ experience of working online, I could say that any employer would love to have me as one of their employee. I’m loyal. I stick to my job and I don’t jump from one job to another. My employer could guarantee that I could be with him from the start of his company to the end. He/she doesn’t need to worry if he/she would be wasting his time training me and I would end up leaving his company a few months after. Thus, my employer could guarantee that someone is looking out for his/her company, even if he’s on vacation.
I had been a call center agent before in Concentrix, Inc. for two years. This is a company that caters to North American customers. Thus, I could confidently say that I could easily convey what I wanted to say and my diction and grammar were flawless. On the other hand, when it comes to writing, I have been a freelance writer for two years now, my English and grammar skills could be considered quite adequate. For this, you could visit one of my blogs, to check on how do I fare in this matter. htttp://www.journeyofapinoyblogger.wordpress.com.
I have been an article writer for more than a year. I had experience in writing ten 500 words articles in a day, all of which had passed Copyscape. These articles are all keyword-based and were SEO optimized.
Admittedly, I don't have an in-depth knowledge on how to do a complete SEO service for a website. Though I have enough knowledge to know about them but not enough to be an expert in it. However, when it comes to marketing experience, I had been doing it with most of my work, effectively promoting the websites of my employers.
When it comes to HTML, I had only done it a few times. However, I understand its concept and how to execute it when it comes to creating backlinks.
I had been a call center agent before. With this, handling customer support had been my forte.
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