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CampbellEwald Warren, MI, 48088
An Assistant Digital Web Analyst position is available in Campbell Ewald's Digital Analytics Group. Responsibilities include: - Producing digital performance reports across a variety of online initiatives, including web sites, online advertising, e-mail, etc. - Create well organized presentations and reports with direction from senior project leads. - Testing and troubleshooting web analytics tags...
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