A typical working day for Rebecca

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Social Media Executive

Find out what a typical day looks like for our Marketing Executive, Rebecca Davies.

Name:

Rebecca Davies

Job Title: 

Marketing Executive

Where were you born:

Wirral

Where do you live now: 

Wirral

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Describe a typical working day for you: 

I set my alarm for 6:00am every day, but I have to snooze at least three times before I can drag myself out of bed. I don’t usually have breakfast in the morning, I’ll just have some fruit throughout the morning. I leave for work about 7:45am each day so that I avoid the majority of the traffic.

My typical day at work consists of checking basecamp first thing in the morning to see what I have on my list, and work my way through each task which could be writing an article, writing newsletter copy, carrying out on page SEO on a site, or taking a look at some off-page SEO opportunities for clients.

On a good traffic day, I get home around 5:45pm and most evenings I tend to relax at home, although I have recently joined a gym so I’m hoping to go to some classes once or twice a week.

How long does it take you to travel to work?

About 35 minutes on a good day

What do you wear to work?

Usually jeans with a jumper

What is your favourite thing about going to work?

I love the work I do, as well as working with such a varied range of clients, but my favourite part about work is the team at Entyce!

Do you have a favourite website design? 

There’s too many amazing ones to choose just one

On a typical day, what do you have for lunch? 

Lately I’ve had A LOT of beans on toast

What is your favourite social media platform?:

Instagram

What is your favourite font? 

Century gothic

What are you most famous for at Entyce? 

It’s a tie between trying to sneakily tip-toe to the sweets corner (without success) and never saying no to a hot drink

Where do you have your lunch at work? 

Usually in the kitchen

Who would your dream client be? 

There are tonnes of businesses and organisations that I would love to work with, but I think a zoo would be a really interesting client.

What’s your favourite book?:

I can’t choose a favourite! But I’ve re-read the Time Travellers Wife at least four times.

Who really makes the best cup of tea at work?

I’ve never met a cup of tea I didn’t like!