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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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Graphing Get Ready

Graphing Get Ready To help people get ready to enter for the Free eMetrics Pass, you did know about the contest right? One chart/graph whatever illustrating a cool web analytics challenge/opportunity 500 words or LESS describing that chart 500 words … Continue reading

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Predictions Guaranteed to Be Correct

Free Money Back Guaranteed Predictions Feed Your Brain Over The New Year This is the time of year when predictions are made for the coming year. I am borrowing from Gregg Easterbook and instead proposing predictions for the future in … Continue reading

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Suggesting Statistical Significance

Suggesting Statistical Significance "Many web analytics studies are challenged to produce useful results because there‚Äôs often substantially more natural variation in the human behavior being studied and in the resulting data than the size of the effects that the studies … 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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