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Podcast #062: When/Where Does the Analyst’s Job End?
Podcast #062: When/Where Does the Analyst’s Job End?
By on May 9, 2017

It’s a topic that analysts the world over wring their hands and gnash their teeth about: once we’ve delivered recommendations, how much is the onus on us to actually follow ... read more »

Podcast #061: Selling the Value of Analytics
By on April 25, 2017

Whether inside an agency and being tasked with writing the analytics section of a proposal or inside a company and lobbying for resources and visibility, analysts often have to pitch ... read more »

“What will you do with that?” = :-(
By on April 12, 2017

Remember back when folks wrote blog posts that were blah-blah-blah “best practice”-type posts? I think this is going to be one of those – a bit of a throwback, perhaps. ... read more »

Podcast #060: The People and Personality Side of Analytics
By on April 11, 2017

Soft skills matter when it comes to being a successful analyst. On the latest episode of the Digital Analytics Power Hour, Michael and I dove into that very topic. Give ... read more »

An Overview of the New Google Analytics Alerts
By on April 1, 2017

Google Analytics users have become very familiar with the “yellow ribbon” notices that appear periodically in different reports. For instance, if you have a gazillion unique page names, you may see a ... read more »

Podcast #059: Display Ads and Ad Fraud with John Nardone
By on March 28, 2017

In the latest episode of the Digital Analytics Power Hour, we sat down with John Nardone of Flashtalking to talk about display advertising. I had never met John, and I pretty freely ... read more »

Podcast #058: Analytics in Agile Organizations with Simo Ahava
By on March 14, 2017

The latest episode of the Digital Analytics Power Hour podcast is now live. Michael and I sat down with Simo Ahava from Reaktor to chat about a topic that he’s ... read more »

3-Day Training: R & Statistics for the Digital Analyst – June 13-15 (Columbus, OH)
By on March 8, 2017

One challenge I found over the course of last year as I worked to learn R and learn how to apply statistics in a meaningful way to digital analytics data ... read more »

Podcast #057: Open Data with Brett Hurt and Jon Loyens
By on February 28, 2017

If you combine knowledge management and data management, and then you layer on the ability to actually manage the result similar to how Github gets used to privately and publicly manage software, ... read more »

Podcast #056: Live from Superweek!
By on February 14, 2017

For the latest episode of the Digital Analytics Power Hour podcast, Michael Helbling and I traveled to Budapest, Hungary, for Superweek and recorded a show in front of a live ... read more »