Goodbye Saby, hello Jo (that's me!)

Posted by Jo Cameron on 7 Nov, 2014
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A sad goodbye to our girl Saby as she departs for an adventure in South America.

Regular readers of our blog and newsletter will be familiar with our hardworking and ever smiling Saby Salvatierra. After over a year of managing our blog, social media, and weekly newsletter Saby will be departing and I’ll be stepping into her well worn moccasins.

The good news for Saby as she is off on an adventure to explore South America. From the whole Wordtracker team I wish her all the best, even if with slight pangs of jealousy, and I can’t wait to read the blog posts her travels inspire.

Saby has been a valuable and treasured member of our team who will always be remembered for keeping our blog looking fresh, our newsletter shiny and new, and me on the straight and narrow when faced with that tempting 3pm sugar craving. It's with smiles through watery eyes we say goodbye to Saby.

saby goodbye

A little bit about me, I have been supporting customer queries at Wordtracker since 2011. You may have also seen me pop up on the blog from time to time. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed conversing with our lovely and loyal customers over the last 3 years.

I’m very much looking forward to contributing to our community through our ‘stuff we like’ weekly news article, Twitter, Facebook and any other social outlet you can think of.

I’ll also be the face behind our newsletter so if there is anything you would like to see covered feel free to write to me below or say ‘hi’ on Twitter.

Don’t be shy, tweet and say hi!

You can read Saby’s last ‘stuff we like’, and do feel free to leave a comment to wish her well on her travels.

 

 

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