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March 21, 2008

Ladies and Gentlemen, please join me in putting your hands together to give a big Web Analytics Industry welcome to...

darrinw ...Darrin Wood. [Applause]

Darrin joins the Gatineau (ok, ok, adCenter Analytics) team fresh from a stint in the Microsoft.com web analytics team, where he's spent 18 months working with our friends at WebTrends to make sure that we have the best data about the usage of our corporate website. Prior to which, he was employed by a certain well-known firm based out of Orem, Utah. So Darrin is pretty well-traveled from a web analytics point of view, and a great addition to the Analytics team.

Darrin's going to be stepping into the hole left by the departure of Justin Carder and leading product management for adCenter Analytics. To which end, you'll start seeing him popping up in all the usual places, like May's E-metrics Summit in San Francisco. Be sure to go up and say hi.

In other news, we now have a brand spanking new blog and forum for adCenter Analytics, located within the splendidness that is our new adCenter Community site. A shout-out to Mel Carson for the ton of work he's put in on this new site - it's a great resource for our adCenter customers to learn more about search marketing on adCenter and Analytics.

Finally, if you've requested access to the beta for adCenter Analytics, and haven't yet received your invite, then your wait should soon be over. Now that our beta refresh is out and we've worked through a couple of minor teething problems, we're looking to get up to date with requests for access, so you should get an invite code in the not-too-distant future.

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