This is yet another area of online commerce that has shown massive growth over the last ten years. But what does a research analyst do?
The Research Analyst Role
The job involves making sure website users can navigate around with ease and find the content they want just as easily. This is a key role as experience dictates that if a user cannot find what he or she wants quickly and efficiently they will leave the site. Once they leave the chances are that prospect is gone forever. So, the research analyst is responsible for making sure that the flow through the site is right and also uncovers any gaps in the flow and puts forward suggestions for improvements.
Research Analyst jobs have been on the rise and this is a good entry point for candidates wanting to developer a longer-term career in eCommerce.
There tends to be a broad range of salaries from £25k at the junior end up to £50k for niche specialists with a depth of experience.
We tend not to have a historic database in this area unless people become niche specialists. Many people will move on to other areas within Digital Marketing. Certainly though, if you are looking to get into Research Analysis or looking to move on from that point we are happy to help you progress and manage your upward career.
Fortunately our extensive advertising campaigns both online and in traditional media ensure we alywas have a good flow of research analysis candidates for the ever growing demand.
If you would like us to work on your Research Analyst Jobs and find the right person for your team, please call without delay on 01727 736 690.
Intelligent People work with a broad range of Online and New Media Organisations (including Online Retail, Travel, Media, Business Services & NfP).
Product Management is also a key area of recruitment for Intelligent People.