Tamika Turner,web analyst

Help,I’m the ONLY Web Analyst in my company: Getting Started

When you saw the Web Analyst job posting it sounded cool, interesting, and intriguing. What the posting didn’t tell you was that to be a successful Web Analyst it would require a mild case of ADD. Some of the roles you will need to play are: strategist, project manager, marketer, salesman, statistician, analyst, graphic designer, developer, reporter, teacher, researcher, and the list goes on. On top of this, you will likely support anywhere from 2 – 20+ Departments within the company all hav...
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Series: Help! I am the ONLY Web Analyst in my company| Deciding What to Focus On

In my post on Developing a Plan to Get Everything Done I helped Lone Web Analysts create a list of all the immediate and future tasks they’re expected to accomplish. This list can be very long, so let’s talk about how to prioritize.  With so much to do you’ll have to figure out a way to determine where to focus first and every step along the way. The way to approach this will vary depending on your environment: 1. Management has a somewhat clear vision and set of priorities. This...
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Help! I am the ONLY Web Analyst in my company: Developing a Plan to Get Everything Done

In my Getting Started post I suggested that you make a list of everything you will need to do in order accomplish the goals you have been tasked with. Now, let’s talk about creating that list. This list is the first step in developing a plan of action. Remember, to be a successful Lone Web Analyst, it makes life a lot easier if you approach your work in an organized and strategic manner. At a minimum your list should address the following: Immediate Needs What’s the most pressi...
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