Tag Archives: Measure

@johnlovett : If You Only Knew the Power of the Dark Side

  Following the rules, per John Lovett’s tweet, sounds like solid advice . . . for those issues where pretty much anyone would agree rules are solid. However, for just about everything there are few areas of clear delineation and … Continue reading

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#Measure Career Development – Beyond Analytics Ninjas

“Dude, where’s my Job?” Avinash Kaushik posted on his, far more widely read, blog post a ‘Web Analytics Career Guide: From Zero to Hero In Five Steps!‘ which is well worth a read. What about the slightly experienced web analyst? … Continue reading

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#Measure in 2010: Tracking Links Shared With Bitly Goo.gl T.co Ow.ly and Others

API Enabling Open Data Discovery The Application Programming Interface (API) provided by many URL shortening services could provide insights into what the #measure community is passing around and, more importantly, what they find interesting. To prepare for this I had … Continue reading

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Keep a Local Copy of Google Analytics With More Precise Timestamp #measure

HOWTO: GA on Your Server How to Save and Process Google Analytics Data Locally When Jason Thompson asked his question about more precise visitor times as quoted by Avinash I thought about setting a custom variable with a JavaScript function. … Continue reading

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#Measure in 2010 – Figuring Out Measure Network Analysis

How to Understand This Chart Circles for Individuals Each person is in the #measure in 2010 chart is represented by an oval, or circular, shape. The size of the shape is determined by: Number of Tweets tagged with #measure Modified … Continue reading

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