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How to Write a Great Cover Letter 0

Our recruiters reveal their best tips

Main Street Hub is for looking team members who are ready to work hard on behalf of local businesses and learn from the bright, talented people around them. As we head into the new year, we compiled some insights from our Recruiting Team on what they’re looking for from candidates to help you land the interview and, potentially, a spot on our team.

Sending a cover letter is a great way to express interest in the role you’re applying for while showing off your skills, relevant experience, and personality. We asked our recruiters, “What makes a good cover letter?”

Check out their answers and learn how you can stand out to our recruiters:

Show your personality

Our recruiters say that showing who you are in your cover letter is key. They want to know not only that you want the job, but also that you would benefit the organization as a whole. They said that they’re looking for team members who want to contribute, so highlight why you would be invaluable in the role.

“A good cover letter shows the candidate’s personality and what makes him or her different from other candidates. If they can paint a picture of what would make them fit in the role before getting hired, that’s the most effective way to help me remember that person and what they wrote.”

— Heena Rehmatullah, Sales Recruiter

Make it short and sweet

Generally, our recruiters say to keep cover letters organized and get to the point. Recruiters have a lot of cover letters to read, so make sure you tell them concisely who you are and why you’d be an asset to the company.

“I appreciate a cover letter that is concise and error-free. If a candidate has explained why she wants the job and the benefit her future employer has in hiring her, then she has accomplished her goal.”

— Amanda Townley, Sales Recruiter

Tie it back to your resume and be specific

When writing your cover letter, our recruiters say to be sure to express interest in the specific role you’re applying for, not just the company or it’s perks or location. They said that a good tip is to shine a light on the skills you listed in your resume and tie them back to how they will help you in the role you want.

“A cover letter is an opportunity to guide an interviewer into understanding and recognizing key points in a candidate’s resume, and the candidate should take that opportunity.” — Raymond Miller, Senior Recruiter

Do your research

Our recruiters say it’s important to take the time to read and understand the job description, research Main Street Hub, and express why you’d be a great fit for the specific job and the right fit for the company.

“Good cover letters highlight not only the candidate’s interest in the role, but also their interest in the company as well.”

— Thomas Hidalgo, Recruiter

Plus, researching now will set you up for success in the next step in the job process, the interview. Stay tuned for tips to nail the interview at Main Street Hub from our Recruiting Team!

Want to be a part of the Main Street Hub Team? Apply here!

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How to Write a Great Cover Letter was originally published in Main Street Hub on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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How To Show Up On The Top Of Google For Your Name 0

Knowing how to show up on Google search when someone enters your name is an extremely important skill that you need to master.

Unfortunately most people don’t understand how to make your name searchable on Google – or why they should want to in the first place.

So let’s get this clear right now, looking good when someone googles your name is important.

Making your name appear first on Google is something that can have significant professional and personal benefits.

Not controlling how your name appears in Google will do the opposite.

If you’ve never googled your name, give it a shot and see if you’re accurately represented.

Most people do not know how to show up on Google, and that’s okay, because the problem can be fixed.

Why exactly is this important? Google is the first place people turn to to learn more about a person, and often times it fuels the first impression.

Think about it:

  • 80 million names are Googled every single day.
  • 75% of HR department are required to research candidates online.
  • Over 80% have turned down based on negative content.
  • Over half will actually make decisions based on positive content they find.

It is absolutely essential you realize how to make your name searchable on Google starts with content that puts your best foot forward. However, people are often represented by irrelevant content (like the 5K  you ran 2 years ago) or by other people with the same name (our CEO used to be mistaken for an ex-con).

Worst case scenario, this information actually harms your reputation. And best case scenario, these results don’t really add anything to the story you’re trying to tell.

Don’t let this get you down. By actively engaging online in a strategic way, you create an opportunity to shape how people see you when they look you up.

Below are tips designed to teach you how to have the best version of you show up at the top of Google search for your name. This is how to take control of your online reputation.

1. Claim your domain(s)

This is definitely the highest-leverage step you can take when starting to practice how to show up on Google. Google loves domain names and helpful websites. If your keyword (in this case your name) is featured in a domain, you will have a better chance of making your name searchable on Google. You can get free domain/websites at places like wordpress.com or blogspot.com. These are some of the most trusted website builders out there and they make the process very easy.

A free profile at BrandYourself is designed to rank even higher than these. By default it will give you access to a custom domain name (yourname.brandyourself.com) but you can take things further if you want.

As a Premium member, you can purchase your own domain (yourname.com) and apply it to your BrandYourself profile to get the maximum benefit for both branding and Google rankings.

claiming your domain to show up on google


Extra Tip: Understanding how to show up on Google goes beyond buying “yourname.com”. It’s useful to buy your domains even if you aren’t going to use them all. It limits competition from other people trying to rank similarly for your name. This means buying yourname.com, yourname.net, and yourname.org for starters. These are typically around ten dollars per year which is a small price to pay for control over your Google results.

This might seem like an intimidating process at first, but it’s actually rather simple. To learn more about how to purchase and set up your own personal domain name, visit the BrandYourself University guide, “Register a Personal Domain” if you would like. “How to add my name in google search list” is an very popular keyword right now (we checked), but you would be surprised how many people don’t want to invest a few extra dollars to give them the best possible chance to make it happen.

2. Put your name in key places throughout the site

This is crucial for something called keyword density and on-site optimization. If you want to truly understand how to make your name appear first on Google this is a concept you want to pay close attention to. When Google spiders index a site, they look to see how often certain words are used to determine what the site should rank for. If your content never mentions your name, how will spiders know it’s about you? This is one of the most important things you can do to make your name searchable on Google, so don’t forget it.

One way to put this into practice immediately is to write a bio in the third person, and put your name in authoritative places like navigation tabs or headings. For example, instead of an ABOUT page, call it ABOUT YOUR NAME page. This way spiders know  which words are most important.

But, don’t go crazy with keywords. Because Google’s algorithms are constantly improving, “keyword stuffing” will actually hurt your chances of ranking better. If you start to include your name in ways that are not natural, Google will penalize your site. So stick to mentioning your name in a few key places that fit organically with surrounding content.

3. Add keyword-rich content over time

Another valuable tip for understanding how to show up on Google is to continue adding to this content over time. Just because you wrote a bio once doesn’t mean that it should stay that way forever. You have likely gained new experiences and have more accomplishments to add to the mix. This is a great opportunity to beef up your bio and include more keyword-rich content in your site. If you are continually updating your website with well-optimized information about yourself, then over time you will cultivate a thorough site that Google will love.

using links to make your name searchable on google

4. Create links to and from your content

Links are the currency of SEO (search engine optimization). When faced with competing keywords, names, and websites, Google turns to links. Google considers every link as a vote for that specific web page, so the more votes a page has, the higher it will rank. If you have some competition and want to know how to make your name appear first on Google this is one of the most effective ways to make it happen.

Another important factor of how links work is that Google weighs how credible each link is. For example, a link from CNN is seen as more credible or authoritative than a link from some no-name blog. Luckily there are some easy ways to create valuable links to and from your best results with core social media profiles.

Social Media profile examples:

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Plus
  • Flickr
  • YouTube
  • And many more

These are very credible free links you can create. Although they are nofollow links (not considered as valuable as dofollow links) they carry a lot of trust and are regularly used by Google to make determinations and ranking decisions on personal search results. If you use these as a foundation you will see that understanding how to show up on Google isn’t as tricky as it seems.

We also recommend signing up for a free account at BrandYourself to link all of these profiles together. Our free profiles allow you to plug in all of your social media profiles and make sure they are linking to each other and that they are completely optimized. This will allow you to quickly identify any missed opportunities and allow you to show up on Google a lot easier.

When creating these profiles, it may be tempting to simply copy and paste a bio and headshot into your profile and link them back to your personal website. However, you’ll get more bang for your buck if you regularly update and share content on these profiles.

You don’t have to spend massive amounts of times on them, but search engines will view these profiles as low-quality if they remain inactive for long stretches of time. So do what you can here and there to engage on those platforms just to keep them fresh. The more quality votes you have over your competition, the better.

A common overlooked strategy is to actually create outbound links from your own sites/domains back to these social media profiles as well. Create a “CONNECT WITH ME” on your sites that link to all your various profiles. This will show Google that you have a deep-reaching, interconnected online presence and will make your name searchable on Google.

You don’t have to go crazy with this and link to your social media profiles on every page of your site (something that some people try). Instead, stick to creating a little resource page for this situation- as mentioned above. Then you can feel free to include a natural link or two in other content when it makes sense. Google will be smart enough to tie things together if you stick with this strategy.

5. Get social & create content

Google loves fresh/updated content. If you want one of the best strategies for how to show up on Google, this is it. The more active you are on your Twitter, blog, Facebook, etc. – the more credible Google will find your site. In the eyes of Google, this is what a high-quality website or social media property does. There’s no way to fake this (nor should you want to) so just do things the right way. Concentrate on creating valuable content (links, articles, etc.) that people will share.

This is beneficial for helping you show up on Google for a number of reasons. First of all you are creating more links, or “votes” to your sites. One option (if you don’t have a lot of time) is to use widgets to connect your social profiles like Twitter to your other profiles and sites so you can syndicate fresh content that you post on one, to various profiles.

If you have a little extra time we highly recommend spreading the love around in a unique way. Tweet something interesting one day, post a different status update on LinkedIn on another. Create a blog post here and there regarding your career or passion and share it on your site. Doing things this way is a more well-rounded content strategy that tends to perform a little better and help make your name more searchable on Google.

The other reason why this is helpful is because as you go through this process, Google will start to view all of your sites and profiles as more authoritative. When a site is deemed to have more authority, that means its links/votes to other sites are more powerful as well. This is a way to get more value from your existing link network without changing anything directly.

If you want to speed things up a bit, BrandYourself also makes this process easier by feeding you relevant articles in your industry that you can share with your networks in the click of a button. Our system also recommends more people to connect with and allows you to engage your networks from one place.

Get on Google. You will be searched.

It doesn’t matter if you have an upcoming job interview, a sales call, an important meeting, or even a date. You WILL be Googled. We hope that these tips help you understand how to show up on Google and make your name more searchable. The process itself really isn’t that tricky, it’s just about taking the time to set things up and consistently update your properties over time.

If you are still unsure where to start, sign up for a free BrandYourself account. Once you have, our software will guide you through the steps you need to take to make your name more searchable on Google. You will also be given information on where your online reputation stands right now, and how that is affecting your professional and personal goals.

If you have a negative search result, get in touch with a Reputation Advisor to learn about your options, Give us a call at (646)-863-8226, or schedule a consultation. Let the experts in our Managed Services department build and manage your online presence for you.

If you have any questions or are still unsure about where to go from here, get in touch however you want! Customer support, social media, email, whatever works for you. We’re always eager to help.

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To protect their reputations, airlines tighten social media response times 0

The shortest distance between an unhappy airline passenger and the airline is social media.

Think about it.

You’ve got a problem and you’re stuck on a plane or in an airport terminal. Your cell phone battery is dying and the WiFi is lousy. Instead of wasting time trying to find a customer service phone number online (forget email – that just results in an auto ‘we’ll get to you as soon as we can’ response), you open Twitter and begin to type. Within seconds, you have the airline’s Twitter handle and a few seconds after that, your complaint has been logged.

Social media is the simplest, and fastest, way to get the attention of a customer service attendant and as a bonus, it’s the easiest way to publicly shame a company into taking action.

Airlines don’t like it because it’s hard to solve a problem in short bursts with an unidentified, angry consumer, but 43% of airlines say they’re making customer service via social media a priority in 2018.

Surprisingly, Twitter says there’s an upside to public customer complaints. They say that a “resolved negative tweet leads to 3x more revenue potential than a positive tweet.” Maybe so, but it still hurts. Especially if you don’t answer right away.

According to a recent study by Conversocial, every major US airline – except one – has their Twitter response time down to under an hour. The problem child? United, who came in at an average of 1 min and 34 minutes. Makes me wonder if it’s a question of too few customer service reps or too many complaints?

The big winners are JetBlue and Virgin who both came in under the 5 minute mark.

Says Conversocial:

“As the importance of serving social passengers in a timely fashion becomes increasingly more pertinent for winning over brand advocates, being able to connect the dots and proactively engaging with your passengers will ensure a customer care team is equipped to successfully manage an issue.”

In other words, a quick response time won’t help your brand’s reputation if your people don’t have the tools and the power to actually solve problems as they arise. Simply replying, “I hear you” isn’t enough. Travel is stressful, so anything that upsets the tray-table can get magnified 100%.

Think you’ve got Twitter handled? Great, Conversocial says customers are moving on to direct messaging through Facebook and other messenger services.

Over a period of six months, Facebook Messenger contacts for Conversocial’s airline partners more than doubled. They also noted a 50% increase in Twitter Direct Messages.

The good news here is that direct messaging is private (no more public shaming) and it’s easier to keep track of a conversation on messenger than in a series of Tweets. Messenger apps also allow customer service reps to safely gather needed personal information and follow up later to make sure the customer was completely satisfied.

The downside is that this is yet another channel to monitor. Try telling a customer you missed their Facebook message because your team was over on Twitter and see how well that goes over.

Chances are, those of you reading this, aren’t running an airline. But you are running some kind of business and businesses need happy customers. If you’re small, monitoring a dozen social channels for customer service complaints is tough but there are tools that can help with that. It’s nice to think that customers hold airlines to a higher standard, but it’s simply not true. No one wants to wait more than an hour for a response to a problem. Doesn’t matter if it’s about a $1,000 airline ticket or a $3 box of crackers.

In order to protect your brand’s reputation, make a regular sweep of all your social media channels including comments and private messages. Respond to every issue as soon as you find it, even if you have to do more research to solve the problem. And when possible, please don’t respond to a complaint by asking the customer to email customer service. That’s easier for you, but it’s another roadblock for them and you don’t want to go there.

Above all, be honest about what you can and can’t do. Yes, faster is better, but if it’s going to take three days to fix the problem, say so and be sure to follow up on that third day. As long as the customer feels that you’re actively trying to make things better, they’ll hang on. The longer the process takes, the more you should consider sweetening the deal with a discount, refund or gift.

Some final words of wisdom from Conversocial:

“Armed with their smartphones, social channels ablaze, the empowered customer has a louder voice than ever before. Airlines must create meaningful and effective relationships with their customers by listening, engaging and resolving at the desired customer touch points.”

Source: Reputation Refinery

Emergency Tactics To Bury Negative Google Results 0

how to bury negative google results

When you are trying to bury negative Google results, branding basics just won’t cut it. You need to give your campaign a little extra juice when attempting to bury a well-optimized negative search result with a lot of domain authority.

This post discusses potential tactics for people who have negative or unflattering content on the first page of their Google search results. When you’re done, we also recommend that you read our Ultimate Guide to Online Reputation Management for more in-depth tips and tricks. Arming yourself with as many options as possible is crucial when building a successful personal brand online.

Bad Search Results Can Happen to Good People

While the internet and social media have created an accessible platform for anyone with an internet connection, there is a downside. All it takes is one bad blog post or status update from an angry ex, disgruntled former client, employee – OR EVEN YOU to ruin your career. Even a questionable photo can wreck an otherwise pristine reputation. Bad results happen to good people all the time. So what can you do to fix your reputation if this happens to you?

Option 1. Get the negative search result taken down.

If you need to bury negative Google results, in some cases, you can, get the negative search result taken down directly. Remember, this won’t work in every case, but in some it is step one to building an effective personal brand online. There can be serious downsides to removal requests, so ask yourself these questions first:

  • Did you post the content?   Does this negative search result stem from a blog post, tweet, status update, etc that you posted?  Or does it come from an account that you control or have access to? If so, DELETE IT! You don’t need to bury Google results if you control them. Remove everything associated with this content that you possibly can. While there is still a chance that content could appear elsewhere (screenshots/cached searches, uploaded on other sites or profiles, etc), start by removing anything you can.
  • Did your friend post this content? Did your friend post something about you that could hurt your professional, academic or personal opportunities? If so, just ask them to take it down. As mentioned above, this could still resurface elsewhere, but this is a great first step. And try to push for full removal. For example, if your friend just de-tags you from something, your image is still associated with whatever is potentially damaging.  
  • Did an acquaintance or someone you’re on good terms with post this? Feel free to reach out to this person as you would a friend. Just be polite and explain the situation logically. If someone isn’t focused on their own personal brand, (or has different boundaries than you do) they may be oblivious to how this content can negatively affect your personal reputation.
  • Would The “Right to be Forgotten” apply to this scenario? If you live in the E.U.or Argentina, check if this content falls within the standards of removal based on Google’s Right to be Forgotten.
  • Does this content fit Google’s standards for Takedown Requests? If you’re based in the US, look up Google’s legal causes for removal, and follow the steps necessary for submission.

While a “YES” to the questions above bodes well if you want to remove or bury negative Google results, keep in mind, you’re not necessarily in the clear. The search result is still archived. If you are lucky enough to have your content removed through emailing the webmaster directly, filling out a request form or through legal channels, it’s still likely that the negative search result will be archived somewhere and continue to show up when your name is searched.

There are a few more questions you still should ask yourself in your takedown request. Unfortunately, if you answer “YES” to any of the questions below – you should focus your energy elsewhere while attempting to improve your personal brand.

  • Is the owner of this content anonymous or spiteful? It would be great if you could just email someone and they would immediately remove this negative content, no questions asked. That’s obviously the ideal situation, and while it is possible to get content removed, there are some known risks and issues associated with taking this route. If you’re dealing with an anonymous or spiteful troll, then proceed with caution. Asking this kind of person to remove the offending may not go as planned. There is always the chance that the owner not only refuses to take the content down… but could make the situation worse for you. Depending on the particular circumstances regarding your negative results, if you are dealing with somebody who has it out for you, there is always the chance that this person will choose to make it worse for you by becoming even more active and retaliate against you online. We have seen this happen many times, so it’s a smart idea to take a moment and analyze the situation. Sometimes it’s better left alone when it comes to contacting the site owner, and spending your time on other strategies to bury negative Google results.
  • Is the owner of this content a government website or news outlet? If you’re dealing with a government site, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to get documents that are of public record removed. However, you should feel free to do a bit of digging on the government website (or by calling them) to see if there are any processes in place to maintain your privacy. And when it comes to dealing with a news outlet – if something is factually inaccurate, you can of course email them to write a retraction or correction. However, that may just give even more authority to a link or story that already looks damaging based on the title or URL.
  • Does this negative content fall outside of the realm of the Right to Be Forgotten (EU) or Google’s takedown policy (US)? If so, it’s unlikely you can have the search engine de-index this result for your name.

What needs to be pointed out is that many people jump to this option, but don’t think about the possible downsides of requesting content removal.


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Option 2.  Pay for a service that claims to “instantly fix your negative search results”.

If the owner of the offending content refuses to take it down, you may be tempted to turn to paid removal services. Unfortunately this may be a very expensive and arduous process to removal. Often times the negotiations associated with this process can take as long as working to bury negative Google results directly. There are a number of reasons for this but the two biggest ones are time and negotiation.

Site owners tend to be protective of their content and have spent their own time or money when creating it. This is why they tend to not be very receptive to the idea of removing it. Also, most often the contact details you can find on a site are not checked frequently which means the time you have to spend simply waiting to hear back from the owner can be very long.

There are a number of businesses and “consultants” popping up all over the place who claim that they can bury negative Google results and fix your online presence practically overnight. However, if this person or company is focusing on building your brand with long-term results in mind, then they wouldn’t be making a promise that they can’t necessarily keep. The fact of the matter is, nobody can completely control Google results.

If someone says that they can fix your online reputation overnight, RUN!

In all likelihood, they are using black-hat SEO practices that try to trick search engines into quick, short-term results. While this may work for a week or two (at best), it is not a long-term solution. You will see those negative search results resurface after a short period of time, and you will be back to where you started – but with less money. Search engines have been battling deceptive firms that use black hat tactics for years, and are now so good at flagging the activity that it often backfires, bringing the negative Google result back into prominence.

paid social media campaign to bury something on googleOption 3. Run a paid social media campaign.

This approach should be handled with care, and used only in very specific cases. If you have already invested time in building out your online presence, and continue to be consistently active on these sites, you will see positive changes over time – changes that can actually last. This is always the foundation we recommend initially when people want to bury negative search results.

However, if you need a little boost with a particular objective in mind – like getting more customers, increasing brand awareness or getting specific kinds of social media engagement, then perhaps you should consider a paid social media campaign.

This does not bury negative Google results directly, but if you do it the right way it can positively affect your campaign indirectly. This is an opportunity to create some traction for a specific goal that you can build on, and send additional signals to search engines that will never hurt your efforts. The idea behind a paid social media campaign should be to focus on the positive content that you are creating, your business or services so that there will be more activity geared toward the properties that you control as opposed to the negative result. Think of it this way, if more people see your content, then there’s a greater chance that you’ll get additional links (which directly help rankings) and organic social media traction (which correlates with ranking increases).

Option 4. Build and optimize the positive content you want people to find, burying your negative Google results much deeper on the page.

The best way to combat negative results is to suppress them with positive content. Instead of spending time and money on tactics that won’t lead to any long-term solutions, we recommend that you consistently create high-quality content that is search engine friendly. Additionally, regularly engage on various social media sites where you build and connect with relevant communities. This creates a network of relevant, accurate content and web properties that will start rising higher in Google when people search your name. Not only will this help bury negative Google results, but it will protect you from any future negative search results appearing in the future.

Option 5: Talk to one of our experts at (646) 863-8282.

At BrandYourself we’ve helped over half a million people improve their Google results. Over the years we’ve learned what works and what doesn’t when it comes to figuring out how to push Google search results down.

Since every person’s situation is different, and specialized tactics can often go a long way, we recommend talking to a Reputation Advisor who can help you figure out your best course of action. At the very least, we’ll leave you with a actionn plan you can follow yourself to fix your unwanted results. We can also manage this process for you with our Online Reputation Management Services.

Call us at (646) 863-8282, schedule a call, or check out how our suppression services work.

Option 6: Learn about our Google suppression services.

Rather not set up a call with a Reputation Advisor? No worries. If you think you might still want help or advise on how to bury negative Google results, you can email or chat on our website to find out more information. Our team will be happy to work with you and find what services will be the most effective for your situation.

There’s a livechat option on the bottom of the this page to message with one of our reputation advisors.

Now what?

This concludes our 5-part series. We hope that this post gives you a better idea on how to bury something on Google that is hurting your online reputation. There’s always more to learn and put into practice, so we highly recommend that you continue to educate yourself on this topic. This isn’t rocket science, it’s just about knowing your options and spending the time on the right things.

Remember that working to bury Google results is an ongoing process, so even when you begin to see positive results, it’s important that you remain active on social media and that you update your site regularly. There are many ways to improve your online presence, and we’ve covered a lot of ground throughout this series.

If you want some extra help with the process, consider signing up for our free DIY online reputation management software, which walks you through the process step by step. And if you don’t have the time to work on it yourself, feel free to learn about our managed services, where you can let our world-class reputation specialists do it for you. We’re always here to help.


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Main Street Hub Awards 2018: Celebrating Our Values 0

Honoring our teammates who live our values every day

At Main Street Hub, our company values are the foundation of everything we do, and each year, we celebrate those values by honoring the Hubsters that truly live them every day. Today, we’re excited to celebrate our teammates who embody each core value, make extraordinary contributions to our culture, and who set an example for the team as a whole.

Learn more about how we live our values here.

Awards are presented for each one of our seven core values to hard-working, well-deserving Hubsters in our HQ and our ATX Sales Office.

Congratulations to this year’s winners!

Reverence for Local Business

We treat customers and prospective customers like the local heroes that they are.

William Ball, Senior Product Manager

Michael Scott, Retention Specialist


We ensure that each of our actions is in the best interests of our team, our company, and our customers.

Rose Hamlet, Sales Manager

Max Yanke, Sales Manager

L to R: Max Yanke, Rose Hamlet, Sean Cantu, and Alex Saal

Challenge Ourselves

We commit ourselves to continuously improving our performance and pushing through our comfort barriers.

Alex Saal, Sales Representative

Steven Rapp, Senior Software Engineer

Take Ownership

We hold ourselves accountable for our choices and results.

John Vari, Creative Operations Manager

Greg Draper, Systems Analyst

Elevate Others

We lift up our customers and teammates, through positivity, confidence, and graciousness.

Sean Cantu, Senior Sales Manager

Damon Rousis, Data Scientist

L to R: Mallory Glover, Sarah Milbrath, Michael Scott, William Ball, John Vari, Damon Rousis, and Greg Draper

Speak Up

We know candor and constructive dissent are critical to our success.

Sarah Milbrath, Product Marketing Manager

Mallory Glover, Design Coach

I Am Main Street Hub

We each represent Main Street Hub through our decisions and actions.

Kevin Clancy, Human Resources Generalist

Michael Adams, Senior Business Analyst

Want to read about our previous Main Street Hub awards? Check out our post here.

Get to know our team— follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram!

Main Street Hub Awards 2018: Celebrating Our Values was originally published in Main Street Hub on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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