It keeps things interesting and makes each workday different from the last.” Meaghan Butler – Advertising Specialist The Happy Bell As a team, we celebrate our success as well as the success of our clients. We do this with our in-office happy bell. The Ontario SEO happy bell is, quite literally, a beautiful brass bell that we ring in the office when great things happen. Anything from achieving a featured snippet for a client, seeing significant increases in conversions on a client website, or when we get great client feedback or reviews. It’s a great way to recognize our team’s hard work and achievements. It’s great to be a part of a digital agency that is truly passionate about providing real results to our clients.
The Happy Bell As a team
We don’t just ‘do’ SEO and digital marketing – we work together as a team to help our clients succeed. We all play an integral role in our clients’ success and, we celebrate these accomplishments together. Cassandra Schooley – Content Manager Chairman Email Lists Flexible Roles We know that one-size does not fit all when it comes to an individual’s expertise and interests. We value employees with varying experience and encourage staff to explore other areas of interest at our company. Just because you were hired as an SEO Specialist doesn’t mean there isn’t opportunity for you to learn more about Google Ads or Social Media.
Anything from achieving a featured
Giving team members the flexibility to try new things and grow their experience is one of the ways we are able to keep our staff happy and engaged in their roles. Meaningful Projects We work with clients across the map from a wide variety of GN Lists verticals, meaning there’s something for everyone when it comes to personal interests and the scope of projects we work on. We happily take on pro-bono projects each year to make a difference in our community and to remember our roots. Flexible Work Hours Life isn’t always predictable. After-work commitments, appointments and unexpected events mean that sometimes working 9 to 5 isn’t always ideal.