Why giving back is so important, help out

Getting more experience can be hard when you’re just starting with your career. You’re either trying to hope to get into an internship, your first job or if you’re making a career move you just need the experience to keep up. But you’re living in a great time to get there as there are many options available to you to get started, which would almost deserve it’s own blog post. Today I’d like to talk about the idea of giving back to help you get more experience.

Giving back, even if you’re more experienced, is really important in my opinion. There are way too many NGOs, foundations that don’t have the resources (time, tools, people, knowledge, budget) to hire the experts in the field of SEO, Growth, Analytics and CRO. But there are many more opportunities for all of us to give back (our time). I’d like to highlight two initiatives that I’m working with in helping them out but that allow you as well to participate:

  • Analysis Exchange: Started by Analytics Demystified to give NGOs the ability to hire a mentor + student to help them with their web analytics projects. The perfect opportunity for people starting in web analytics to get taught by an industry expert in improving their skills. But also a great way for NGOs to get the help from two people during a couple weeks to help them out with their questions.
  • MeasureCamp (Amsterdam): A great initiative that MeasureCamp Amsterdam is starting during the next edition is reserving 8 time slots for a foundation/NGO to help them out with ideas from 100+ experts in different areas. That’s basically a hundred hours that day from top experts in the area of data, analytics, SEO and CRO that will get contributed and should help the chosen foundation in improving their web presence.

How are you helping!? What great initiatives am I missing that you & I could contribute our time + knowledge to?

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