Thinking about forming a "Virtual Web 2.0 Measurement Working Group"
Originally written by Eric Peterson on September 9, 2006
I was just checking out Skype’s new Skypecast feature and it’s actually pretty cool. I immediately thought, “Man, what is the geekiest possible thing you could do with this technology?” and it hit me! I could host a Skypecast for people interested in talking about how “Web 2.0” is going to be measured.
Get out the pointy hats, huh?
I’d probably host the “event” some morning at 8 AM Pacific/11 AM Eastern so West Coast could join before work and East Coast could take an early lunch (assuming your bosses don’t want you to Skypecast on the job …)
Would you be interested? If so, leave me a comment below and I’ll count comments to see if the idea has any legs.
Eric T. Peterson is author of Web Analytics Demystified, Web Site Measurement Hacks and The Big Book of Key Performance Indicators and a long-time member of the web analytics community. He frequently presents on web analytics and is often cited in articles about digital measurement. In the past Mr. Peterson has worked with well-known brands like Microsoft, HP, Cisco, Best Buy, Disney, LEGO, CBS and CBS News, and ESPN. More recently, Mr. Peterson has founded The Analysis Exchange, a completely new way to gain experience with digital measurement.
As an employee of Analytics Demystified Eric is a member of the Digital Analytics Association (DAA), an Adobe Business Partner, and a Google Analytics Certified Partner.