Monthly Archives: October 2010

Thats The Way Twitter Go

What Ron Washington, Yogi Berra and ‘Fargo’ Can Teach Us About Social Media ‘That’s the way baseball go.’ ‘It ain’t over ’til it’s over.’ Ron Washington, the Texas Rangers Manager, and Yogi Berra, respectively, play with words to inform while … Continue reading

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Competitive Intelligence From Twitter

Knowing what is going on with your competitor’s business can be pretty straightforward, all you need to do is ask people. In the age of Social Media, you don’t even really have to ask them. They are already trying to … Continue reading

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Web Analytics Wednesday Sponsored by Google Analytics

Gordon Biersch Crowded With Google Analyticators Great event recently, and another coming in San Francisco with the Monitoring Social media and Tealeaf. Google Analytics WAW Event Pictures are posted on: Picasa Flickr Facebook Following the recent developers conference, the Google … Continue reading

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Economical Analysis

Web Analytics is fun. No really, it is FUN! Working with really smart people, great clients on complex challenges that sometimes bend your mind is a fantastic way to earn a dollar, or more than that depending on the client. … Continue reading

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