It was a good weekend. Living the eBay flip life and acquiring fifteen soccer jerseys from Major League Soccer clubs and European teams was a great haul. Sunday I spent listing them in the store. Additionally, I finished up with another Google Analytics client. It was a short term engagement. She left an excellent review.
Another client has turned into a long-term project. It is a data visualization job, and it was on the agenda to follow up with this morning when he contacted me. Being a Digital Marketing Analyst a vital skill is attention to detail. In this case, the new data set there was a field that did not look correct. The client just verified it so I can finally move forward.
The other client project there has been a lot of back and forth because the data set is not complete and there is testing of the logic for this data visualization project. Additionally, this client is out of his office on business so communication is limited.
Finally, there a follow-up email that needs to be written in regards to a job interview I went on over a week ago. It is my fear of rejection that requires me to push through. The position and the organization align with what I do professionally, and the people I met with I can work for. It is the right situation, and the question is will the offer come.
For the rest of the day the tasks are, write the follow-up job email. Then move both projects ahead for both clients. It is the client work that pays the bills.