All of us want to find a dream job that’s enjoyable and meaningful at the same time. However, most of us struggle to find that one job which is the balance of both. But those who do, make smart career choices in the beginning and reap the results for a lifetime.Digiperformer Praneetha is one such person who chose Digital Marketing as her career path to find a perfect work-life balance. Readout her story in her own words!
It’s a pleasure to connect with you! Before heading further, we would like to know a bit about you.
I am Praneetha J Bekal, I have successfully completed my Digital Marketing certification from Digiperform Mallerswaram center.
What originally attracted you to choose digital marketing as your career?
I always was interested in making my career in the digital world. Especially wanted to learn more about Social Media Marketing and Online Advertising and that’s why I choose to pursue the Digital Marketing Course.
What exactly makes us stand out from the competition & urge you to choose us over others?
The trainers are the best here. They are extremely supportive and students feel free to reach out to them even after the classes.
Tell us about your favorite experience you had with us, whether as a learner or as a customer?
My entire experience of the course- lectures, practical approach and hands-on practice has been very good. I would say I learned more than I expected.
Would you consider Digiperform as a trusted & reliable resource for Digital marketing training? Why?
Yes, with its certified and skilled program you get to learn so much. People who want to enter this field should definitely consider Digiperform.
If you were to review our training program, what score would you give it out of 10?
Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
I see myself as a successful Digital Marketing Manager with a perfect balance of fun and work in my career.
If you had a piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?
If you want to learn a new skill this is the best place for that. One should not be scared to change career or choose something beyond a degree.