Marchex announced a major advancement last week to its call analytics platform, Real-Time Call DNA. This new technnology allows advertisers to visually map, analyze and measure what is happening on phone calls automatically and at scale – without the need for recording. Our product opens up a huge new opportunity for advertisers legally restricted from recording phone calls to increase ROI on their campaign spend.
By Cody Kunning, Director of Search Engine Marketing So we’re a little behind in recapping Advertising Week in New York, which wrapped up Oct. 3. But if you were there, you’d understand. It was a blur. And what a blur it was. The topics discussed were as varied as the couture ensembles showcased at New… Read More
Stephanie Savoia, Technical Lead 2, QA at Marchex, knows that in engineering, rewards often appear during the pain of discovery. This is the lesson she presented to an attentive (and full!) crowd at Agile2014 in Orlando earlier this month. The session she spoke at was inspired by a paper she wrote detailing Marchex’s operational change from Waterfall development to Agile development methodologies.
Advertisers hear the “mobile is important” message constantly and for good reason – if you aren’t thinking strategically about mobile, you’re behind. The good news is that we’re here to help your business get the right results. On July 30 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. PST, Marchex and Google will team up for a Google Hangout session titled “Transform Your Businesses With A Smarter Click-to-Call Strategy.”
The New York Times published a story last month entitled “Why You Hate Work.” In it, the authors write: “The energy of leaders is, for better or worse, contagious.” We couldn’t agree more. Remember the last time your boss came to work upset? Or excited? You noticed. And it probably affected the way you performed that day. At Marchex, we’re big believers in transparency, so we recently kicked off a “Lunch and Learn” series for employees to connect more with Marchex leaders and ask whatever was on their minds.
Hi, I’m Chris B, and I work in Corp IT. I have a love for gadgets and mechanics, a knack for fixing things, big hair and an even bigger heart. These qualities help me daily (except maybe the hair) to serve and protect the machines that make your workday hum. Ultimately, I’m a guy who has way too much fun watching you find different ways to destroy technology.
Some really neat things happened at Marchex last week, and I’m not just talking about the Annual Kickball Tournament (see Marchex Facebook Page). SMX Advanced took place in Seattle and we had the pleasure of hosting a panel with Matt Marshall, VP/Director of Search Marketing at DigitasLBi, Derek McKenzie, Group Search Director at Mediacom, and Tedd Post, Search Supervisor at Havas Worldwide.