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Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007 at 7:04 pm

Board with Web Analytics?

By Bryan Eisenberg
February 11th, 2007

Web Analytics AssociationThat’s right – Board as in “it’s almost time to nominate new Board Members for the Web Analytics Association” (WAA).

This is your chance to step up to the plate and make your voice heard. We’d like to hear about people you think would make excellent Board Members. You know people right now who fit the mold. They must be active, paid members of the WAA (you all should be) with at least four years experience as a practitioner, consultant, vendor or educator–how about something radical, like a business-based user–someone who works in Marketing or Marketing Research and uses web analytics as a decision-support tool.

It goes without saying, but they must be leaders and evangelists for the web analytics community, both behavioral or attitudinal, and be able to commit fifteen to twenty hours per month on Board-related activities.

The actual call for nominees and the entire nomination process will be announced in a few weeks with more information available on the WAA website . If you or anyone you know are interested, let me know.

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