May 15, 2015

Meet The Team: Guallie Garcia



Welcome to our first Meet The Team blog post, where I interview new members of Schaaf-PartnerCentric and talk to them about how they ended up in the affiliate marketing industry and how their experience is here at Schaaf-PartnerCentric. In today’s Meet The Team blog, I have decided to interview myself to show what it is like to be an entry-level marketer coming into the affiliate industry.

What is your background and how did you find Schaaf-PartnerCentric?

A little bit about myself, I received my BBA from The University of Texas at Austin in May of 2014 and attended the McCombs Business School where I majored in Marketing and minored in Management. What drew me into the Schaaf-ParterCentric office was not my classroom knowledge about affiliate marketing, but instead the nature of my position as a Marketing and Events Coordinator and the wonderful team-oriented culture that we all share here at SPC.

What is your role at Schaaf-PartnerCentric and why do you like your role? 

As a Marketing and Events Coordinator for Schaaf-PartnerCentric for a month now, it is my primary duty to work on general marketing practices, such as website updates on WordPress, blog writing, content creation, social media posting and moderation, and scheduling travel and events for our team. I can honestly say that this has been the best position I have had in my life so far! Not only do I get to learn so much as a young marketer, but I am always on my toes doing different tasks. In other words, I never have a boring day!

What do you love the most about Schaaf-PartnerCentric?

With an amazing culture of a small team filled with motivated workers, I get excited to come to work each day and tackle new projects that I own while getting help by a group of kind and educated affiliate marketers and managers. Not only do I get to work in the heart of downtown Austin, Texas, as the Marketing and Events Coordinator, I get to network with other clients and businesses that we work with at different events and get feedback on how we can be a better affiliate marketing company. This includes coordinating and attending happy hours, sharing our trips and new relationships on social media, and plan for team bonding retreats every year.

I can say that I am truly blessed to work with a great group of people and I could not be happier in this office. If any of you are reading this from SPC, I would like to thank you for this opportunity and I hope to help continue our growth as a strong Affiliate Marketing Agency.

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