I’m very excited to be publishing my first Kindle book, or Barnes and Noble book, or e-book… whatever format you prefer, in December 2011. The book will focus on web […]
I was fortunate enough to join Eric Nagel and Daniel Clark for a 1 hour podcast discussing web analytics this past Thursday. You can listen here: kevin
We all know the story. Almost all new restaurants fail soon after opening. Not every chef can have his own kitchen. But, you endeavored. Your doors are open, your first […]
The web is growing by leaps and bounds every day. As a new website owner, you’re probably already aware that there is no magic bullet that rockets you to the […]
If you’re running your own web analytics as a small business, here’s a few things you could do today to address the way the web changed last week: Annotation on […]
I’ve stated before that web analytics, as a whole, belong to an organization, and not to the web department, or an analyst. Deep within all the numbers and charts are facts. Some of those facts can be understood by the analyst, but some need prodding and coaxing from a third party to truly comprehend. So the right questions need to asked by stakeholders, no matter what their role might be.