Product Analyst

20 Best Product Analyst

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Top Independent

Charles Mellier

Paris, France

Building products 🏗️

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Madison Green

Dallas, TX, USA

UX Research + Human-centered Design Consultant

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Andrea Juwono

San Francisco, CA, USA

Product, Growth & Content

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Arron By Design

District of Columbia, USA

Designing experiences with form and function 🤝

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Monika C

Miami, FL, USA

Lead Product Designer blending form & function

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Sharanya Dutta

Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Visual Designer with a sharp sense of aesthetics

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Alejandro Diaz


UX Designer & Data-Driven Product Manager

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Div Patel

Dallas, TX, USA

Crafting web & mobile solutions for startups

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Rajat Singh


Flutter Developer with Fluid UI Design

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Pablo F. Rosero, MSc.


Product. Leader. Mentor.

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Kabir Sehgal

San Francisco, CA, USA

Product-led Growth Expert

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Adeayo Akanni

Lagos, Nigeria

Dedicated Project Manager

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Greta Carullo

Milan, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy

UX Designer with a holistic approach

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Nichola Wolfe


12 years experience in customer strategy & success

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AbdulHafeez Sadon


From Concept to Creation, Your Design's Safe Haven

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Matt Colivas

Vancouver, BC, Canada

Let's Grow Together 🏗️

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Divyesh Nakrani

Surat, Gujarat, India

Experienced Data Scientist

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Tom Eitner

Austin, TX, USA

Product Designer

Common projects for Product Analysts

Market research and data analysis for new product strategy.

Creating user personas and conducting user research.

Analyzing product usage data to identify trends and patterns.

Developing and testing new product features.

Creating reports and presentations to share findings and recommendations.

Competitor analysis and market positioning.

Tips for working with and hiring Product Analysts

Clearly define your project requirements

Before hiring a Product Analyst, you should have a clear understanding of your project requirements and the specific tasks you want them to accomplish. This can include data analysis, product strategy development, or user research.

Check their expertise

Ensure the Product Analyst has the required skills and experience in your project's domain. This can be confirmed by reviewing their portfolio, checking their past projects, and their proficiency in tools like G Suite, Google Sheets, and other analytics tools.

Establish clear communication

Regular communication is key to the success of any project. Make sure to establish a regular communication schedule and prefer to use Contra's integrated chat feature for seamless communication.

Plan for revisions

In any data analysis or product strategy project, revisions are part and parcel of the process. Ensure your Product Analyst is flexible and open to making changes as per your feedback.

How to hire Product Analysts

Define your needs

Be clear about your project requirements and the tasks you expect the Product Analyst to accomplish. This could include data analysis, user research, or product strategy development.

Post a detailed job

Make sure to post a detailed job on Contra. Include information about your project scope, the skills required, and the project timeline. This will help you attract the right Product Analysts.

Review applications and conduct interviews

Review the applications you receive and shortlist freelancers based on their skills, experience, and fit for your project. Conduct interviews to understand their approach to work and their expertise in product analysis.

Make an offer

Once you've found the right Product Analyst, make an offer through Contra. This will include the project details, payment terms, and timeline.

3 questions to ask when interviewing Product Analysts

1. Can you describe a project where you used data analysis to inform product decisions?

2. What tools do you use to analyze product data and why?

3. Can you share an example of a product improvement or feature you recommended based on your analysis?

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Frequently asked

A Product Analyst is a professional who uses data to understand market and business trends, assesses customer usability, and recommends new product features. The analyst often works closely with other teams to identify and roll out new features or updates.

A Product Analyst is a professional who uses data to understand market and business trends, assesses customer usability, and recommends new product features. The analyst often works closely with other teams to identify and roll out new features or updates.

A Product Analyst can provide valuable insights that help improve your product's performance, user experience, and market reach. They do this by deeply analyzing your product's data and the market trends.

Product Analysts use a variety of tools depending on the specific needs of the project. Common tools include data analytics tools like Google Sheets or Excel, project management tools like Jira or Trello, and communication tools like Slack or Microsoft Teams.

You can post a job specifying your requirements on Contra. Product Analysts who match your requirements can apply for the job. You can also browse through the profiles of Product Analysts and invite those you are interested in to apply.

Any project that involves understanding user behavior, analyzing product performance, studying market trends, or enhancing product features can benefit from a Product Analyst.

The cost of hiring a Product Analyst on Contra can range from $45 to $50 per hour depending on the complexity of the project, the analyst's experience, and the project duration.

Product Analysts are paid commission-free on Contra. They may charge per project, per hour, or per milestone. Each milestone is funded individually at the beginning of the project and held in escrow. The funds for each milestone will only be released after you approve the deliverables for that milestone, or automatically within three days.

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