Michele Kiss BLOG

Senior Partner

A Scalable Way To Add Annotations of Notable Events To Your Reports in Data Studio
A Scalable Way To Add Annotations of Notable Events To Your Reports in Data Studio
By on July 11, 2018

Documenting and sharing important events that affected your business are key to an accurate interpretation of your data. For example, perhaps your analytics tracking broke for a week last July, or ... read more »

Google Data Studio “Mini Tip” – Set A “Sampled” Flag On Your Reports!
By on February 10, 2018

Google Data Studio “Mini Tip” – Set A “Sampled” Flag On Your Reports! Google’s Data Studio is their answer to Tableau – a free, interactive data reporting, dashboarding and visualization tool. ... read more »

[Presentation] Foundational Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them)
By on January 28, 2018

On Friday, I had an opportunity to speak at the Microsoft One Analyst conference in Seattle. For those who are interested, here is an annotated copy of the presentation. Please ... read more »

10 Tips for Presenting Data
By on January 19, 2018

[Originally published by ObservePoint] Big data. Analytics. Data science. Businesses are clamoring to use data to get a competitive edge, but all the data in the world won’t help if your ... read more »

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 5 of 5
By on July 31, 2017

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 5 Digital Analytics is a relatively new field, and as such, we can learn a lot from other disciplines. This ... read more »

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 4 of 5
By on July 27, 2017

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 4 of 5 Digital Analytics is a relatively new field, and as such, we can learn a lot from other ... read more »

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 3 of 5
By on July 25, 2017

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 3 of 5 Digital Analytics is a relatively new field, and as such, we can learn a lot from other ... read more »

Ten Tips For Presenting Data from MeasureCamp SF #1
By on July 23, 2017

Yesterday I got to attend my first MeasureCamp in San Francisco. The “Unconference” format was a lot of fun, and there were some fantastic presentations and discussions. For those who requested it, ... read more »

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 2 of 5
By on July 21, 2017

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 2 of 5 Digital Analytics is a relatively new field, and as such, we can learn a lot from other ... read more »

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 1 of 5
By on July 20, 2017

Foundational Social Psychology Experiments (And Why Analysts Should Know Them) – Part 1 of 5 Digital Analytics is a relatively new field, and as such, we can learn a lot from other ... read more »