Interview with Christian Sadler, Vision’s Social Media Specialist

Headshot of Vision Advertising Staff, Christian Sadler.

Here at Vision Advertising, we believe it’s important to know who you’re partnering with when it comes to working with a marketing agency. From in-person meetings at our office to networked meetings over video and phone, the personal connections you make with our staff make for better communication and marketing. This article, like several in the past, highlights a staff member, so you can better understand who you are working with and understand Vision’s culture through each of our employees.

This week we’re looking at Christian Sadler, our Social Media Specialist. While we could go on about his work and play here at the office, let’s let him speak for himself in this short interview.

How and Why Did You Start Working for Vision Advertising?

I’m a social media junky and an avid foodie who was juggling a few part-time gigs but looking for a full-time position at a company that worked largely in the hospitality industry. When I saw that Vision Advertising was looking for a Social Media Specialist to manage their variety of restaurant clients, I jumped at the opportunity.

Immediately upon walking into the Vision Advertising office for my interview, I felt fully comfortable being myself. The entire staff was friendly, welcoming, and open-minded. That stuffy inclination to be something other than yourself that I commonly felt going through the interview process at other companies wasn’t present here. When I saw a “Cards Against Humanity” box on the table in the breakroom, I immediately knew that these might be my people.

But Why Social Media Marketing?

Social media marketing is such an important facet of any marketing plan because it really fosters a two-way connection between you and your audience. As opposed to traditional advertising where you shout messages at people with no one shouting back, social media facilitates an actual dialogue. It’s an exciting technology that’s constantly evolving.

What’s Your Favorite Social Media Platform for Clients?

My favorite social media platform for my clients is Instagram. Instagram is arguably the most aesthetically-driven platform, and I am someone who is very visual. One of my favorite responsibilities at Vision Advertising is taking professional photos. I love capturing my clients’ businesses in the best possible light and sharing my work on social media. There’s nothing better than the feeling of having a photo you took go viral on the ‘Gram!

What Should Clients Know About Working with You?

I am someone who will always takes my work more seriously than I do myself. I’m not afraid to poke fun at myself. The culture at Vision Advertising really allows me to be me in a way that I’ve never experienced in a stuffy corporate environment. We’re a small company, so everyone knows and cares about each other very deeply. I’m fortunate to work with such a forward-thinking open-minded group of talented individuals.

We know this interview was short, but sweet. Want to learn more about the company culture or get to know more about the wide array of specialized services we provide and the specialists behind them? Contact Vision today. We can arrange a sit-down meeting at our Westborough office or come to visit you, remotely or in-person. From consultation to fully managed marketing, our staff will help your business thrive.

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About the author : Alex Geyer

Alex wears many hats, and not just because he’s bald. A writer by his background, Alex writes “social media content” for Vision – anything from social media statuses to blogs to whitepapers and beyond. In addition, he builds and maintains all search engine advertising for Vision’s clients, along with social media advertising for others. In his free time, he starts and stops writing novels, compiles tabletop roleplaying system conversions, and cooks a mean Chicken and Dumplings avec Peas. A videogame enthusiast, he is also developing his first video game with the startup game studio, Pretty Weird. He is terrible with plants*.

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