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How to use search data

What is your audience searching for?

Communications teams are usually sitting on a wealth of data, but thinking outside of the box about where you are getting your data from will give you a fuller picture of your audience.

Every day your audience is searching for things that are related to their interests and needs. This data is extremely underutilized although it is readily available and capable of providing your teams with great insights.

Follow along in this webinar as we discuss what search data is, how to find it, and what to do with it.

Event recording

Recorded: April 13, 2022 | ~54 minutes
Slide deck: How to use search data


Speakers

Stefan Byrd-Krueger, Chief Analytics Officer

Stefan Byrd-Krueger’s journey to professional nirvana began with his passion for the arts as a sculptural welder, developed through his university training in policy analysis and years of experience in grassroots education and advocacy among think tanks, then blossomed as he took his love of elegant design and organizational excellence into the private sector as a digital marketing consultant. This blend of creative process, recognition of the human element of organizational success, and love of the technical discipline defines his working style.

Stefan is a data evangelist, specialized in analytics and the uniquely complex needs of the non-profit sector. His career has centered around the use of technology in communications portfolios, including experience in programming, design, and digital strategy. He has played the role of client as well as the role of consultant, and works to close the gap between the two.

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What is your audience searching for?

Communications teams are usually sitting on a wealth of data, but thinking outside of the box about where you are getting your data from will give you a fuller picture of your audience.

Every day your audience is searching for things that are related to their interests and needs. This data is extremely underutilized although it is readily available and capable of providing your teams with great insights.

Follow along in this webinar as we discuss what search data is, how to find it, and what to do with it.

Event recording

Recorded: April 13, 2022 | ~54 minutes
Slide deck: How to use search data


Speakers

Stefan Byrd-Krueger, Chief Analytics Officer

Stefan Byrd-Krueger’s journey to professional nirvana began with his passion for the arts as a sculptural welder, developed through his university training in policy analysis and years of experience in grassroots education and advocacy among think tanks, then blossomed as he took his love of elegant design and organizational excellence into the private sector as a digital marketing consultant. This blend of creative process, recognition of the human element of organizational success, and love of the technical discipline defines his working style.

Stefan is a data evangelist, specialized in analytics and the uniquely complex needs of the non-profit sector. His career has centered around the use of technology in communications portfolios, including experience in programming, design, and digital strategy. He has played the role of client as well as the role of consultant, and works to close the gap between the two.

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