DAA Member Recipe Writing Challenge
Have you taken advantage of the DAA’s Analytics Cookbook?
If you have viewed even a few of our member-submitted recipes, we are sure you understand their value and have learned something new to use in your career. This Cookbook acts as a knowledge bank of processes for the digital analytics industry. This exclusive member benefit is growing continuously, and members are asking for more! Are you an expert on a particular analytics process? Or perhaps you have a process you are learning that you feel you could use some help filling in the details? Now is a perfect time to share your knowledge with the analytics industry. We invite you to create a new recipe to expand the knowledge of our DAA members. As a thank you for your contribution, DAA will automatically enter you in our Recipe Challenge for a chance to win one of two Amazon gift cards. Each new recipe will gain you an entry.
The more recipes you create, the better your chance of winning!
See what your peers have already contributed to the Analytics Cookbook and be sure you aren’t duplicating an existing recipe.
By contributing a recipe, you will be expanding the industry's knowledge bank, sharing a resource for new and experienced analysts alike wanting to expand their skills. Your recipe will also help boost your reputation amongst your peers and showcase your talent. Are you a corporate member? Contributing a recipe will prove your company’s expertise and strengthen your brand. DAA is looking for recipes of all shapes and sizes – from beginner level to expert. All processes for all platforms are welcome. We would be honored to have your contribution.
Interested in contributing but need help choosing a recipe topic? DAA has a list of topics our members are looking to learn more about but have not yet been converted into completed recipes. Contact us today for more information.
Here’s why your peers are already contributing to the Cookbook:
“[Writing a recipe] forced me to think through each step to articulate a concise message.
It was a topic I thought was useful and I wanted to share it. It was also a way for me to get involved with DAA.” - Hazel Jaramillo
“I wound up talking about my recipe at a DAA Symposium.
Not only did I feel ‘rock-star’ cool for doing that, but I am an independent consultant, and I got some work out of it.” - Marissa Goldsmith, Goldsmith Interactive, LLC