My work involves a lot of research, looking at the numbers, and writing text. So, simply—I’m a Content Writer at Tidio! My responsibilities include looking for the right keywords, creating articles with user intent in mind, and optimizing the text for search engines. In my spare time, I love traveling, reading, and hiking to see the world from higher up.
What does “Grow with Tidio” mean to you?
It means constantly improving and growing both professionally and personally.
Since I started my journey with Tidio, I’ve visited over 12 different countries and more than 75 cities. This helped me expand my knowledge about different cultures and broaden my perspective.
At the same time, I went from a complete Junior who only knew the basics of SEO but loved creating content to a Senior that can share knowledge and expertise with the team. It feels amazing to win featured snippets and see my articles on the first positions of Google Search Results!
And none of this would be possible without a great team, knowledgeable leaders who drive me, and the flexibility that the company gives me. Tidio trusts its workers, and it motivates me to bring results that me and my team will be proud of.
What do you do in Tidio? What does your day look like?
In simple terms—I write a lot! I’m a Content Writer for the Tidio blog, with an amazing team that aims to create articles that help people from all areas of tech and business. This includes self-starting entrepreneurs creating their first website, as well as experienced web developers who want to add that next level of functionality to their site. We do this all whilst optimizing our articles for search engines to ensure Tidio is number one on Google.
But we also keep an eye on what’s happening around the world of technology and write about current and upcoming trends like Fintech and Crypto, so every day is different. Most of my day is spent writing and peer-reviewing articles, but I also have team calls and 1:1s to check in on each other, which is incredibly valuable for team working.
At Tidio, we can work 100% remotely, and we also have access to our two offices in Szczecin and Warsaw. What is your favorite way of working?
The answer has to be working remotely! I love the rare occasions when I’m in the office, the conversations over coffee, and exchanging ideas with my colleagues. However, I spend the majority of my year traveling and being able to work while in different countries is an opportunity I’m very grateful for.
Just last year, I sipped Turkish tea in Istanbul, walked around Acropolis in Athens, ate pizza in Italy, did a road trip around Malta, experienced the hygge life in Denmark, hiked in the Scottish highlands, and watched Flamenco dances in Southern Spain. And as I’m writing this article, I’m hearing the ocean waves crash on the Portuguese coast.
I don’t think I could give that up anytime soon.
What 3 words would you use to describe Tidio to someone?
Transparency, Freedom, and Opportunity.
Because transparent communication comes from the CEO and is adopted by everyone in the company. So I feel like I know exactly what’s going on, why different decisions are made, and where I stand.
I have the freedom to work from anywhere I want, however I want, and at any time I want. I’m most productive in the mornings, so I like to start early and finish earlier to have the evenings to myself.
And the opportunity to grow, develop and try new things. That goes both for the tasks at work, processes that work best, and for my own growth as a professional.
What is your favorite part of your role?
I love writing! Simple as that.
So, being able to write a variety of content, brainstorm ideas with my team, and share knowledge with each other is my favorite part of the role. It turns on the creative side of me and keeps me excited about coming to work on a Monday morning.
What are your hobbies? What do you love to do after work?
My biggest hobby is exploring new places. Walking the unknown streets, exploring buildings you’ve never seen before, not knowing what’s around the corner… It’s a magical experience for me.
But on a more simple side—I also really enjoy reading a book at a cafe or in a park. It’s peaceful and gets you out of your head for a moment.