Hey Guys! My name is Taylor Rosner and I’m the summer intern at the Florida office of Bottom Line Marketing. I’m a rising sophomore at Florida State University, studying business management on a pre-law track. One of the main reasons I wanted to intern at Bottom Line Marketing is the fact that I’m not sure which area of business I want to focus on in school. Although my current major is labeled as management, one of my goals is to gain a better understanding of marketing through this internship, which will help me decide whether or not to change my major once I return to school in August.
Growing up in the generation that I have, social media has always been a part of my life. I’ve been on Facebook and Instagram for as long as I can remember and not a day goes by that I’m not constantly checking these apps for updates. In these short few weeks, Bottom Line Marketing has showed me how important social media is in the marketing industry and has taught me how businesses utilize these platforms to the best of their abilities.
Right from the moment I walked into the office, I immediately felt welcomed. Although I had typical internship duties such as making coffee, organizing, and shredding paper, I still felt like I was contributing to the workflow of the office by completing many other tasks. During my time at Bottom Line, I have proofed Instagram posts and postcards for errors, created captions for Instagram posts, and uploaded images to Google. I have also ordered EDDMs (Every Day Direct Mailers), answered phone calls, and created too many spreadsheets to count.
In addition to having an internship filled with many learning opportunities, I also got the chance to work with so many fun and intelligent people. The friendly work environment provided by Bottom Line Marketing creates an enjoyable atmosphere that I loved working in.
I am so thankful for my time at Bottom Line Marketing, as everyone welcomed me with open arms and gave me so much to take away from this internship. The BLM team truly is a family that I am proud to say I was a part of.