He recently arrived from one company, where he sent a CV and an undergraduate copy of his master's degree, that he would take him to the site of an SEO consultant. Philip was looking at the Internet at first, what it really means, but when he took a good look at what he wanted, and what his salary was, he had to agree to take the place. He didn't know much about marketing, but he didn't have to. The information technology technicians, and marketing people from journalism and advertising, were here to analyse and optimise.
He also worked with a number of copywriters from whom he had learned enough. He mostly spoke with clients, wrote various things, assisted with administration, and occasionally contributed his little to the mill. He had to admit it.