The Differences between a regular internship and tlow internship are as follows:
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1. Handling Social Media Replies:
To interact with customers and handle their queries or concerns, this task probably involves replying to questions, comments, and messages left by them on the cafe’s social media platforms.
2. Uploading Facebook Albums:
To promote the cafe’s services and activities, you were in charge of posting photo albums on the cafe’s Facebook page. These albums may contain images of events, food, and other cafe-related stuff.
3. Creative Internship Work:
This might include activities including graphic design, producing marketing collateral, or developing innovative concepts to improve the cafe’s online presence and marketing initiatives.
4. Operational Work (Booking Details):
You were in charge of giving travellers the information they required in order to make reservations at the café. Organising reservations, verifying reservations, and guaranteeing a positive client experience were probably involved.
5. Sending Monthly Mailers:
As part of this responsibility, you presumably created and sent email newsletters or updates to the cafe’s mailing list notifying consumers about future events, specials, or other cafe-related news.
6. Follow-up Calls
Calls to clients after their visits to solicit feedback, confirm reservations, or handle any problems they may have had, are examples of follow-up calls.
7. Creating content:
You contribute to creating content for the cafe’s marketing materials, websites, blog entries, social media captions, and more.
8. Arranging Weekend Events Based on Research:
It would seem that you were involved in investigating and perhaps arranging weekend events or activities at the café, which might have been done to draw customers and improve their experience.
9. Sales (PIY – Art and Crafts):
This probably involves encouraging customers to participate in “Paint It Yourself” (PIY) art and craft projects by advertising and selling them, so bringing in money for the café.