Marketing has always been my passion. I was curious to learn more about digital marketing, which made Social Beat the perfect choice for my first internship! On the first day of my internship, I was filled with excitement to learn something new and something I was completely unaware of. That excitement hasn’t faded even after the last day of my internship!
Truth be told, I was a little nervous about the work etiquette and culture at Social Beat. However, all my anxiety shattered within a few days of working and interacting with my colleagues here. The best part about Social Beat is the work culture; the team works together, interacting as friends and with less regard for their supremacy in position. This really made me feel comfortable. Being an intern at Social Beat, I always had the privilege of expressing my thoughts freely and with confidence. I was encouraged to voice out my ideas.
As a mere user, I never gave much thought to Facebook ads and campaigns. Two days into the induction, I came to know that there is a whole process for every single post that goes live. I learnt the importance of “attention-to-detail”, every single post had to be proofread and meticulously checked over and over again as it was about to viewed by a wide range of interactive audience.
Social Beat helped me discover my creative side. Though it was difficult at first, constant research and a better understanding of the target audience helped me do a better job.
I had the pleasure of working with one of the most dedicated persons in Social Beat. One of the biggest reasons I enjoyed my internship was because of working with Farida and Ashish. They helped me at all times and cleared all my doubts. Farida helped me take my first steps in the virtual world of marketing. I would also really miss my mates from Room No.298; Srinidhi, Ashish, Bhumika and Akshaya, for they always guided me and made my work more enjoyable.
Social Beat is a great organisation to work for. I have penned down only a little of what I learnt. There’s so much I learnt in Social Beat apart from the Social Media Marketing and I would really miss this place. I would like to thank everyone in Social Beat who made these two months memorable.