Michelle Douglas is relatively new to the ring with WebPunch. She joined the Review Response Team this past spring and brings to the team an innate sense of craftiness with words and a heart of gold. WebPunch is truly blessed to have her as part...
It’s hard to believe that there was once a time when we knew nothing about reputation management. All we wanted was a cool costume, hugs from our moms, and lots of candy! Our desires haven’t really changed, but our bodies are big and we’ve learned a few things along the way. Can you recognize our lineup of wee, costumed WebPunchers? (Please note that sadly, our complete staff isn’t represented in this lineup.)
We are thrilled to pieces to introduce you to our own Rachel Noel! She was the first-ever Review Response Guru and has since trained and formed the entire WebPunch Review Response Team. She is literally PURE sunshine and her incredible way with words lets our clients, as well as our team members, know how much she cares.
When she's not managing our clients' online reputations, you will find Rachel nurturing her family, teaching spin classes and spending time at the beach. Read on to discover more fun facts about Rachel - the living, beating heartbeat of the WebPunch family. We all love her to pieces!
Matthew Van Deventer is WebPunch's very own premier researcher, investigative journalist, content writer and podcaster. His ability to capture the scoop is surpassed by none and we are lucky to have him as part of the content team.
Being kind to each other should be a year-round thing, we think. But doing good deeds comes out in full force around the holidays: It's cold (in the northern hemisphere at least) and people are huddling inside with family and friends over warm food and good times. Unfortunately, not everyone is so lucky. That's why people hit the streets with random acts of kindess, help out at a local food bank or homeless shelter, or send a gift or letter to a soldier overseas or someone who's down and out. Every season, WebPunch gets more creative in how we want to give back. Don't get us wrong, we understand that this is only a drop in the bucket, but our goal is to put a smile on someone's face, make them feel a little more comfortable, and share the joy with someone who may be having a rough year.
When you think of someone working remotely, you may imagine them meandering downstairs from their room after waking up, casually turning on their computer before brewing some coffee, readying themselves for a relaxing day of work, possibly in their pajamas. Well . . .I hate to break it you, but that may be right in some cases, but it’s not all bad.