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Posted by Willy Franzen on May 11, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Associate Product Manager (non-technical)||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Italian Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Korean Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Marketing Associate||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Mandarin Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Portuguese Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|German Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|French Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Japanese Speaking Research Analyst||Santa Barbara, CA|
|Account Lead||Santa Barbara, CA|
I know some people who research their purchases to death. They end up never buying anything because new versions of the products come out before they can make a decision. It’s a never-ending process. I’m all for doing my due diligence before buying something expensive, but I try to make it as quick as possible. FindTheBest is a site that makes comparing anything super easy. They’re a Santa Barbara, CA company that offers “a powerful tool for making quick and informed decisions.” Whether you’re looking for the best breed of dog for your lifestyle or the best financial advisor in your area, FindTheBest offers you just the facts “stripped of any marketing influence.”
FindTheBest calls itself “an unbiased, data-driven comparison engine.” They rely on three sources for all of their data: public databases, primary sources (manufacturer websites) and expert sources. They pull it all together and put into an easily digestible format that is sortable and allows head to head comparisons. FindTheBest also offers what are called “SmartRatings”–one overall score compiled from a multitude of ratings. They give you all of the information you need to make a decision, no matter how deep you want to dive into the details. While FindTheBest does offer advertising (there’s the business model), they are very clear that they will not make it “difficult and time consuming to distinguish objective information from paid placements.” If you think FindTheBest might want to list you as one of their best, take a look at their Careers page. Right now they’re looking for a Software Developer/Engineer and a Front End Web Developer/Engineer. They also have paid internships in Business Development and Product Management, so those could be decent alternatives for non-techies.
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