Then during the afternoons, I skim through articles that keep me updated on the latest SEO news and allow me to monitor any major updates to Google’s algorithm. I then proceed to go through our AdWord campaigns and monitor them, checking if they need to be altered in any way, so they can make the most of our ROI.
Some of the big projects that I have been involved in recently, apart from several AdWords campaigns, include eliminating errors from all 3 sites through Google Search console. I have also attended several webinars and conferences, including BrightonSEO, which was very interesting and was a serious help in expanding my marketing and SEO knowledge.
I have honestly loved learning about SEO, as I feel I am making a positive impact for the company, and enjoy solving any of the problems the site may encounter. One of the greatest achievements I have ever accomplished, and my proudest moment when improving our SEO profile, was helping UKTights.com rank number 1 for tights by adding links to old pages, along with another colleague who works with our SEO team, a milestone never achieved in the time of the company’s history. It’s one of my proudest achievements so far, and is impactful and meaningful for the company, which I would never have done without my apprenticeship learning.
Another great thing about working whilst completing an apprenticeship, is that it brings a sense of accomplishment beyond learning through school might. Whilst there are some worries when I’m working on an important project for the company, or when completing a task for my assessor at Total People, I will always be able to get help and guidance on how to complete the task. I never feel any unnecessary pressure when working on a task, and they’re very understanding and flexible when it comes to completing apprenticeship tasks versus completing work tasks. That is one of the main reasons I love learning on the job and one of the main reasons I chose this option.
After spending just over half a year on an apprenticeship, I truly could not recommend anything better than doing a course like this. I had thought about going to college before considering an apprenticeship, but I realised that the difficulty of juggling college and work would be difficult for me. Making this progress whilst also earning a wage and learning about applicable skills in the real world is proving invaluable. I would recommend to anyone a course like this if they want to work, learn and grow.