March 11, 2019

Say Hello to Chelsea!

We are welcoming a new face to the Transistor team

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We are welcoming a new face to the Transistor team

Today another monumental day at Transistor! We are adding another incredible individual to the Transistor team. The business has grown so much over the last few months, that we needed another full-time expert that would help us take our clients to new heights. Cue the dramatic music, slow-motion video, and wind machine – in walks, Chelsea!

We are so excited to add Chelsea to the team. Chelsea has an incredible zest for life as well as an expansive knowledge of marketing and public relations. Through the time we have worked with Chelsea (she has worked as a contractor for us for a while now), we have seen her ability to learn quickly and ask the right questions to figure out what the best actions should be to help our clients grow.  She will be working with both search engine optimization (SEO) and pay per click (PPC) clients to help with the important day-to-day tasks.

Everyone say “Hi, Chelsea”! We decided the best way for everyone to get to know the newest Transistorite, Transistor, Transitorian (we need to work on that – but you see what I’m trying to get at here), is the ask her a few highly important questions. Speed round style. Read her responses below and send her an email to say congrats!

If you were a piece of technology, what would you be?

Some sort of GPS device. Like this technology, I am always wanting to go on adventures. I love the outdoors and exploring new places, hobbies, and events!  

What’s one hill you’re willing to die on?

Mermaids are real. I’ve watched a ton of Discovery Channel documentaries, and I’m convinced they’re real. They may not be these beautiful magical creatures but they exist somewhere out there. What’s the harm in believing something is out there that we don’t understand or can’t see?  

How do you eat an oreo?

Dip halfway in milk for 12 seconds exactly. Eat half and then dip the other half in the milk – finger in the milk and all. Eat!

How many cups of coffee are you able to drink in one sitting?

3. (We’ll fix this at Transistor. Coffee runs deep here.)

Best show on Netflix/TV?

The Real Housewives of Anything. Orange County is the best. Altlanta. Houston. You name it – it’s awesome.

How do you feel about balloons? Should they be at every function? Are they better as fun shapes and animals or just simple and straightforward?  

I LOVE balloons. I’m so obsessed that I needed them for a part of my wedding. Little did I know there is a helium shortage, so it’s hard to get balloons filled. Ugh. Anyways. I prefer them in bouquets. Lots of balloons together with a color theme.

What do you think of garden gnomes?


What excites you the most about working at Transistor?

Learning from the team!

Is there anything else we should know about Chelsea?

I like to bring sparkle and glitter to the world.

What do you think?

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