Tim Wilson Takes It To 100! By Michael Helbling, Director of Analytics | Jan 11, 2018 We are excited to let the world know that Tim Wilson has joined Search Discovery. Awesomely, he is also Search Discovery’s 100th employee, thus his appointment creates a special marker for our company. Tim Wilson is an accomplished
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SEARCH DISCOVERY EDUCATION COMMUNITY Join Search Discovery’s new education community and keep up with the latest tools, technologies, and trends in analytics. Click Here to Join! OUR STORY Later this year, Search Discovery had planned on launching a new program to offer free education in key areas of digital analytics. But based on the current
Digital Analytics Power Hour Attempts to Reveal the Elusive Data Scientist We all know that a data scientist is not just an analyst who lives in California, but role definitions remain elusive still. On a recent Digital Analytics Power Hour podcast, Tim Wilson, Moe Kiss, and I (Michael Helbling) had the chance to talk with
While advancements in automation and targeted audiences certainly inspire dreams of smarter, cost-efficient digital marketing, one crucial detail is often overlooked: data quality.
ANALYTICS, DIGITAL MARKETING, SEO, AND MUCH MORE Join Tim Wilson and the DAPH team every other Tuesday for their Digital Analytics Power Hour podcast!This podcast is a contribution back to the analytics community. Each episode is a closed topic and an open forum. The goal is for listeners to enjoy listening to Michael, Moe, and
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International Women’s Day in 2019 was on March 8th. In honor of that day, two of the three regular co-hosts of the Digital Analytics Power Hour podcast (the two straight, white, cisgender male ones — both of whom now work at Search Discovery) sat out the episode and handed the mic fully over to their