If you want to grow your business, your target audience needs to know who you are and what you do. Through web copy, blog posts, marketing emails, and other high-quality content, you can build brand awareness, connect with your audience, and help secure higher placement in their search results. But in order to create all of that content, you need an excellent writer – or a few.
At Triton Commerce, we’re lucky to have several talented writers who produce a wide variety of content for our clients. In this blog, we’ll introduce you to Mollie, who has been a Content Specialist at Triton since April 2019. With a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication and a background in sports writing, Mollie brings a broad range of skills to our team.
Learn more about Mollie and how she partners with the rest of our team to create content that’s in line with our clients’ goals.
Can You Share A Little Bit About Your Background And What Led You To Your Role At Triton?
I interned in sports writing, specifically baseball, for four years during and after college before taking a step back and finding a job that allowed me to spend more time with my family. I am a trained sports writer, having written for baseball for three years, as well as pieces about basketball, football, wrestling, gymnastics, and golf. I have also written human interest and news stories for a few magazines and online publications. I applied for this job because it would give me the opportunity to write incessantly and discover how to write in different voices.
Tell us a bit more about your role and everyday responsibilities for Triton.
I write blogs and website copy for clients in a variety of industries, from construction to law to health and everything in between. I also assist in proofreading other writers’ work.
What Do You Enjoy Most About Your Position?
I have the opportunity to write daily and practice writing in different tones. Additionally, I get to research and problem-solve daily.
What are some challenges unique to your role?
There is a great deal of research that goes into this position because you have to be able to write for a variety of different industries interchangeably. Being able to write in several tones is a huge part of this job, and it can be both difficult and time-consuming.
What is the most valuable thing you've learned so far during your time at Triton?
The most valuable thing I’ve learned is how to communicate with others who are not writers. It is important to see things from all sides and discover what other team members do daily, so we can all work together efficiently.
If you had to trade jobs with one person at Triton for a day, who would you pick and why?
No one. I like wordsmithing, and that’s about it!
What's something unique or interesting about yourself that others might not know?
I can say the alphabet backward in under four seconds and have written one novel.
When you were 5, what did you want to be when you grew up?
What's the last book you read, and what's your favorite book of all time?
I read incessantly. The book I’m reading now is “Why To Kill a Mockingbird Matters.” My favorite book is either “Little Women” or “The Perks of Being a Wallflower".
What are some of your favorite things to do outside of work?
Some of my favorite activities outside of work are reading, writing, attending baseball and football games, and seeing my family.
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