Get to Know Kaelee Heuschkel, Search Account Lead at 3Q Digital
Published: October 29, 2015
Author: Joe Stanton
Get to Know Kaelee Heuschkel, Search Account Lead at 3Q Digital from our Chicago office.
Hot dogs or hamburgers?
What is your motivation to come into work every day?
The campaigns are always live! It’s exciting to work in an industry where there is constant campaign activity and your work directly impacts the performance.
If you had to switch offices, which office would you pick and why?
I’d actually prefer to just pick up the whole city of Chicago and relocate it to San Diego.
Which of 3Q’s core values is most important to you, and why?
Well they are all important, but the one I really like is XQ. It is great that we can actually MAKE things happen. 3Q has taught me technical skills, and I am very thankful for that!
Care to share your favorite spot to work from home?
My favorite work-from-home spot is fully equipped with monitor, mouse, and dog.
What does 3Q’s culture mean to you?
We can reach out to anyone with a question and know they will do their best to help because we work as a team. The genuinely nice people we have at 3Q is something I really value.
What one quality do you think is most important in successful digital marketers today?
The most important quality for digital markets is the desire to learn new things. We work with clients in a variety of industries and our solutions are not one-size-fits-all. Additionally the platforms are constantly changing so you must be willing to figure out how to continue moving forward.
What is on your bucket list?
I referred to my Pinterest board to recall what is on my bucket list. The only pin was cage diving with great white sharks.
What has been your favorite perk item/activity?
My favorite perk is Local Perks because it gives many people the option to be involved in deciding what fun things we do as an office. With more voices we have been able to come up with “great adventures”.
What is your favorite thing to brag about at 3Q?
People tend to give me confused looks when I say unlimited PTO so I continue saying it.