Ann is a savvy and extremely resourceful webmaster. She has worked wonders with cleaning up and managing the DDN website. I’ve had the pleasure of working with her over the last year, and I’ve found her to be a very knowledgeable (and patient) resource on website strategy. She’s always willing to help me out, and she never fails to make me laugh. She’s a huge asset to our team!
Ann Zerega not only possesses a wide range of computing skills but also has the experience and intelligence necessary for solving perplexing technical issues. On those rare occasions when she doesn’t know the answer, she is more than willing to do the leg work necessary to find an appropriate solution. She has served as an excellent mentor and has a good sense of humor to keep her grounded.
A nice tutorial on reporting Google Search Console metrics with Google Data Studio.
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Ann is easily one of the best Web managers I’ve ever worked with. Her positive impact was noticed from the first week she started. She is reliable and willing to go the extra mile. Even through arguably the busiest time in the companies history (8 press releases in 12 days) and although Ann had only been with the company for a little over a month, her commitment to excellence was on full display. I hope to work with Ann again the future. She is an asset to any marketing organization.
Mother Jones launches new WordPress-based website – “The magazine is like many that have decided to move to WordPress rather than an unwieldy CMS; another is Digital First Media, whose VIP content management system is also built off the platform”
“Product Strategy emerges from experimentation towards a goal. Initiatives around features, products, and platforms are proven this way. Those KPIs, OKRs, and other metrics you are setting for your teams are part of the Product Strategy. But, they cannot create a successful strategy on their own.”
A very good read courtesy of UIE