Ever wondered why that well planned (and expensive) online or offline campaign fizzled and you didn’t realize your return-on-investment? Well, maybe it wasn’t such a bust after all. But how could you know, either way? The answer is tracking. Well, it’s not all tracking, but it is setting yourself up for success so that the [...]
Category Archives: Analytics
Microsoft completed its acquisition of Aquantive yesterday, which among other things includes Atlas and its media management and tracking tools. It’ll be interesting to watch the reactions of Atlas customers.
Google Analytics receives a cold shoulder from a few large advertisers, on concerns that their tracking partner also happens to be their largest ad network. Some [...]
NuqneH. Greetings. Here are the weekly search links, traveler. Qapla’ in all your efforts.
New data suggests that 28% of people click through on 2nd and 3rd page results in search engines. Idiots. (SEOmoz)
Create media buzz via video. Bow chicka bow chicka. Wait. Maybe not that kind of video. (SMO)
SPOCK, the people search engine is alive! [...]
Courtesy of our friends at Marketing Pilgrim and Yahoo News, Nielsen//Netratings is foregoing the use of page views as a measure of web site engagement in favor of tracking how much time users spend at the web sites they visit. This new metric, accounting for both the amount of user sessions at a [...]