For centuries, American families and friends have come together on Thanksgiving Day to feast and give thanks for all of life’s beautiful gifts.
But I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it again—Thanksgiving isn’t limited to one day in the TopRank Marketing realm. Every day, I see attitudes of gratitude.
To date in 2019, our team has typed the words “thank you” in Slack communications a whopping 7,737 times, and “thanks” 4,113 times.
As is TopRank Marketing tradition, I’ve asked team members to share what they’re most thankful for in work and in life. Here’s what many had to say.
What the TopRank Marketing Team is Most Thankful for in 2019
The B2B marketing industry brings together an amazing collection of disciplines, technologies and people from the analytical to the creative. When marketing works to connect people with the right solutions, it really can have a positive impact on the world.
I am very thankful to be a part of that industry and 工作职能邮件数据库 especially to be a part of the team at TopRank Marketing. The level of talent, focus and professionalism as well as awareness, empathy and curiosity amongst our team is something I am truly privileged to experience. The frequent kudos from our clients, influencers and community I hear about the work that our content, influence and search marketing teams are doing is a constant source of pride.
I appreciate the opportunity we have as a team to create meaningful experiences that inspire others in so many ways and look forward to our focus on creating impact in 2020.
Annie LeumanAnnie Leuman
Content Strategist and Project Manager
I feel very thankful to work with amazing colleagues, clients, and mentors. I truly believe I work with and for some of the best marketers in the game, and we’re constantly elevating our skills.
Whether it’s learning from each other or learning from experience, we’re growing our agency into a hyper-specialized team of marketers and I feel so lucky to be a part of it. I’m also thankful to TopRank for allowing me to spread my wings and take on new responsibilities. We’ve learned and grown a lot together in this past year and I can’t wait to see where we go in 2020.
I’m very thankful to be surrounded by the brightest minds in influencer and B2B marketing – and learning from these folks every single day. We have such an incredible team here at TopRank and I consider myself very fortunate to be a part of it. I cannot wait to see what 2020 has in store!
Josh NiteJosh Nite
Senior Content Marketing Manager
I’m thankful for the team that makes sure the work gets done: All our project managers, Annie on task management, and Caitlin on team management. There’s nothing more draining at work than a pile of unprioritized, vague tasks. I love having order, organization and direction in my workday, and that’s all due to their hard work.
On a personal note, I’m thankful for my wife, Jess. My best friend, best co-parent, and best partner in crime.
Senior Director of Digital Strategy
I’m thankful for many things, both big and small.
Professionally, I’m incredibly grateful that I have the opportunity to walk in the doors of TopRank Marketing each morning, where I’m given the space to learn, challenge the status quo, and collaborate with an amazing team to create meaningful experiences for our clients, their customers, and our stellar group of influencers.
I’d also like to give a special shout out to my mentors, clients and marketing friends, who have always given me something to aspire to, and provided me with so much more wisdom and direction than I would have ever been able to manage on my own. Thank you especially to Lee Odden, Ann Handley, Judy Tian, Garnor Morantes, Chris Penn, Tim Washer, Robert Rose, Michael Brenner, Cathy McPhillips, and Katie Martell. You’re all amazing.
Lastly, I’m thankful for my amazing boyfriend who is always my number one supporter and my misfit troop of naughty dogs (and cat) that always keep life interesting.
I am thankful to have joined the TopRank Marketing team in early 2019. I get the opportunity to work with so many amazing clients. I couldn’t have asked for a warmer welcome to the Midwest.