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Posted by Melanie Phung on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 7:44 am

Wow, it’s been more than a year since I last posted on this blog. I’m dusting it off because I have some exciting news to share.

Tomorrow I’ll be heading over to PBS, where I’ll serve as Director, New Media, within the Interactive Division. In that position, I’ll be responsible for SEO and content strategy! I’m thrilled for this opportunity to work in-house for such a wonderful brand.

PBS is doing incredibly innovative things online and I can’t wait to be a part of the team responsible for making those things happen.


p.s. I’m usually much wordier than this, but just wanted to make sure I got an announcement up. I hope to blog more about what drew me to this opportunity, my experiences working at an agency vs. doing SEO in-house, the challenges and opportunities working with huge sites that contain multiple brands, things I’ve learned while managing the social media presence of a major international nonprofit, and other thoughts rattling around in my head.

Comments (4)

Category: Navel-Gazing


Comment by Andre Blackman

Made Thursday, 29 of April , 2010 at 5:27 am

WOHOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! Solidly awesometastic position here M! Proud of you and looking forward to seeing great things appear through you 🙂 One of my favorite channels!

Comment by Jacob Wolfsheimer

Made Thursday, 29 of April , 2010 at 9:21 am

Congratulations, Melanie. Sounds like a great, new opportunity! Can’t wait to hear about all of the great stuff you learned at RED.

Comment by David N

Made Tuesday, 4 of May , 2010 at 4:49 am

Hey mate, just quick one was wondering what would be required for you to do a few reviews on some of my latest work? Kind Regards.

Comment by Melanie Phung

Made Tuesday, 15 of June , 2010 at 9:15 pm

Not sure. How about a large sum of cash delivered in small, unmarked bills?

Unfortunately I don’t know who you are or what “your latest work” consists of, so I can’t answer that question with any amount of specificity.

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