Win a WASP v1.09 for Analyst license at Web Analytics Wednesday
Originally written by Tim Wilson on February 2, 2009
It hardly seems like it’s been a month since the last Web Analytics Wednesday in Columbus! Maybe that’s because it hasn’t been, but it’s that time again anyway!
Come share food and drink with a group of above-average people who are interested in and working with web analytics. A good time will be had by all…and this will be the first Columbus WAW with a door prize!
Jumping right to the details:
When: Wednesday, February 11th at 6:30 PMWhere: Bar Louie in the Arena District (504 N Park Street)
We got rave reviews about last month’s format where we went around the table and asked a question about web analytics (read a summary at http://tinyurl.com/WAWJan09), so we’re going to give that approach another shot this month. This month’s question:
“What is the most interesting (or entertaining…or terrifying) example of MISinterpretation of web analytics data you have seen?”
Answering the question is entirely optional — if you are new to web analytics or simply have had nothing but the most sophisticated of business partners, then a “Pass” is an entirely acceptable answer.
What’s this WASP v1.09 door prize?
WASP is the Web Analytics Solutions Profiler — a Firefox extension that comes in handy in oodles of ways when it comes to sniffing out issues, debugging deployment problems, and generally just snooping around web pages to see what’s what on the tagging front. Read more at: http://webanalyticssolutionprofiler.com/. We’ll be conducting a drawing for an Analyst license (a $49 value) at the event.
As always, please forward this post along to your friends and colleagues who are interested in web analytics. The more the merrier!