Data for Good

  • Data Services & International Collaboration November 13, 2017 Katie KruegerDrew is Director of Data Strategy & Acquisition for our Seattle Data Services Engineering Team. He and the rest of his crew recently visited our Budapest Office to collaborate and align on future Whitepages products and services. Drew discusses the fruitful trip below showing how Whitepagers work hard (and play hard!) to use Data for ... Read more
  • Recruiting Season! November 7, 2017 Katie Krueger Dora is a University Recruiting Coordinator at Whitepages. She helps plan our Campus Recruiting efforts and assists with all things University Recruiting related. Below is Dora’s account of the team’s recent travels to recruit the best and brightest to Whitepages! We’re in the middle of University Recruiting season and our recruiting team has finished up the final ... Read more
  • Whitepages: Best Place to Work! June 26, 2017 Katie Krueger    Susan Fincher, Sr. HR Manager has worked in our Human Resources Department for over twelve years. She has seen many changes throughout her time at Whitepages and is a true pioneer in instilling the values of our company. Below is her reaction to seeing Whitepages named a Best Place to Work in the State of Washington for ... Read more
  • Pro Blog: Cross-Border eCommerce June 5, 2017 Katie KruegerThis week at Whitepages, our WhitepagesPro Team Members gather at our Seattle headquarters for Pro Summit meetings and events. We wanted to highlight the team’s recent blog post regarding a multi-layered approach to Cross-Border eCommerce, written by Spencer McLain, Senior Manager, Risk Solutions. At Whitepages, we spend a lot of time thinking about international risk management. ... Read more
  • The Power of Data for Good: Spotlight by Thorn April 24, 2017 Katie KruegerBy Lindsey Wilcox, Marketing Manager of our Whitepages Pro Team: Alex Algard founded Whitepages.com in his Stanford dorm room in 1997 and the Company now thrives by the guiding principle of “Data for Good.” Nearly 20 years and billions of identity links later, 120 Whitepagers across the globe are still guided by this core value, the ... Read more
  • Tips for Searching Whitepages Premium with Limited Information October 31, 2016 WhitepagesWhitepages Premium LogoWhen you need to call or find someone with Whitepages Premium, it’s imperative that you be able to find the right person and the right information. Though Whitepages aggregates data from multiple public and proprietary databases in an effort to provide the best data in the industry, sometimes these sources don’t have enough information on ... Read more
  • 5 Signs You’re Ready to Meet in Person: An Infographic August 25, 2016 WhitepagesAn illustration of two hearts in an envelope.Online dating is a super cool way to meet new people, but knowing when it’s time to meet in person can be kind of stressful. We made this handy infographic to help you decide whether to accept an invitation out! Safety is key here, so consider each of these signs carefully. Remember, when you’re getting ready ... Read more
  • Don’t Get Salty, Get Malty! How Beer Can Help You Make New Friends August 23, 2016 WhitepagesA group of friends toast with beer snifters.Have you tried making a new friend as an adult? It’s not as easy as when you were a kid! There’s more to it now than simply having the most crayons. Kids can bond over just about anything, but as we get older, it’s harder to develop close relationships. But fie to all that! Being ... Read more
  • Magic in a Muggle Word: How Many Witch and Wizard Names Are There? August 18, 2016 WhitepagesA snowy owl over a black background.In honor of the recent publication of the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child script, we thought we’d take a look at how many people living in our Muggle world today share names with J.K. Rowling’s characters. Even though Cursed Child wasn’t written by Rowling herself (it was the project of playwright Jack Thorne), the ... Read more
  • What Does It Mean to Intern at Whitepages? August 16, 2016 WhitepagesAlison HaughThere was a time that we looked forward to the summer, because we knew that it meant endless hours of running around outside with all the neighborhood kids. But 2016 was different as I found myself looking forward to summer for a much different reason: I had landed myself an internship. After handing out endless ... Read more