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Episode 10: How to Find/Keep a Job in Web Analytics

In this episode we talk with Corry Prohens, President of IQ Workforce, about how to find and keep a job in Web Analytics.   We cover steps that job seekers should take when looking for a job and career development activities to help keep and advance their careers.

So download this podcast to your favorite mobile device or listen to the podcast here! If you have any comments or questions for the podcast, please use the comment section below.

Hosts: Adam Greco, Rudi Shumpert
Guest Host: Corry Prohens

Corry Prohens is President of IQ Workforce and one of the leading Web Analytics and Digital Media recruiters in the country. As an active member of the Web Analytics Association and SEMPO, Corry and his team are active in the professional communities that they serve.  They sponsor and speak at web analytics and search marketing events, host several leading blogs, publish the bi-weekly IQ Blast and conduct quarterly industry research.  As recruiters they have developed an unusually robust network of clients and candidates globally. Analytics disciplines are becoming increasingly interwoven. Corry’s team is at the forefront of this evolution in the US, UK, EU and Australia, providing access to some of the hardest-to-find talent in the marketplace.

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6 Comments

  • Posted 24 February, 2010 at 5:00 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for posting guys! Lots of great info in the podcast.

  • Posted 24 February, 2010 at 9:23 pm | Permalink

    Andy,

    Thanks for listening and for the comments! We are glad you are enjoying the podcasts.

    -Rudi

  • Posted 25 February, 2010 at 9:05 am | Permalink

    I love these podcasts, guys – they’re fascinating and always worth more than one listen. Not that I’m biased, but I would love to see one with Dennis Mortensen :-)
    I’ll continue to look out for them and recommend them.
    Cheers,
    E

  • Posted 25 February, 2010 at 9:13 am | Permalink

    @Emer,

    We would like to talk with Dennis. If only we knew someone who could help us set that up ;)

    -Rudi

  • Scott Laing
    Posted 26 February, 2010 at 5:24 pm | Permalink

    Excellent podcast and just the type of info I needed to hear. I look forward to more insights from the next one!
    Thanks,
    Scott

  • Posted 8 March, 2010 at 9:30 pm | Permalink

    Great content guys. Very helpful for someone new to the industry like me!

    - Peter

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