Expanding Email Security One Post at a Time — Experiences of a Digital Marketing Intern

This blog post was originally found on the Agari Email Security blog.

By Taylor La

Agari is more than an email security company that detects cyberattacks. It is a community that supports career growth. Working at Agari over the summer course, I had the opportunity to participate in marketing projects and develop new skill sets that will enable me to be more successful both at school and post-graduation.

The Task At Hand

I learned about creative content strategies to keep viewers engaged. We prioritized keywords to increase visibility and build our content strategy forward. This helped our goal to increase the recognition of our company’s mission — to protect digital communications to ensure humanity prevails over evil — and ensure that victims of email scams have somewhere to turn.

What I Loved About Agari

Nevertheless, the people at Agari and the community bring it all together. It is so exciting to see individuals from all teams, including the Agari pets, join for lunches, company picnics, all-hands meetings, and birthday celebrations. It makes every day in the office better once you change an unfamiliar face to a known colleague and friend.

Making the Most Out of My Internship Experience

To make this internship worthwhile, here are some tips I reminded myself along the way:

Start Conversations with Your Coworkers

Ask for Help

Accept Every Opportunity to Learn Something New

Try Your Best

The last three months at Agari have been extremely beneficial to me as I complete my degree and discover how I want to move forward in my career. If you have the chance to become an Agari intern, I hope you take it. Trust me, you want to experience this one-of-a-kind opportunity.

Agari is hiring! Check out the careers page to see if there is a role that matches your skills.

Agari is the Trusted Email Identity Company™, protecting companies and people from phishing and socially-engineered email attacks.

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store