Michele Kiss BLOG

Senior Partner

Using Multiple Date Selectors in Data Studio
Using Multiple Date Selectors in Data Studio
By on January 21, 2020

Using Multiple Date Selectors in Data Studio Recently a question came up on Measure Chat asking about using multiple date selectors (or date range controls) in Data Studio. I’ve had a ... read more »

Using Data Studio for Google Analytics Alerts
By on December 16, 2019

Ever since Data Studio released scheduling, I’ve found the feature very handy for the purpose of alerts and performance monitoring. Prior to this feature, I mostly used the in-built Alerts feature ... read more »

Go From Zero to Analytics Hero using Data Studio
By on December 12, 2019

Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity to spend a lot of time in Google’s Data Studio product. It has allowed me to build intuitive, easy-to-use reporting, from a ... read more »

Digital Analytics Hacks for the Masses
By on September 19, 2019

There are never enough hours in an analyst’s day! In my session at Observe Point Validate yesterday, I shared a few random hacks and time-saving techniques, to help you maximize ... read more »

That’s So Meta: Tracking Data Studio, in Data Studio
By on January 8, 2019

That’s So Meta: Tracking Data Studio, in Data Studio In my eternal desire to track and analyze all.the.things, I’ve recently found it useful to track the usage of my Data Studio ... read more »

Google Analytics Segmentation: A “Gotcha!” and a Hack
By on September 6, 2018

Google Analytics Segmentation: A “Gotcha!” and a Hack Google Analytics segments are a commonly used feature for analyzing subsets of your users. However, while they seem fairly simple at the outset, ... read more »

Understanding Marketing Channels in Google Analytics: The Good, The Bad – and a Toy Surprise!
By on August 22, 2018

Understanding Marketing Channels in Google Analytics: The Good, The Bad – and a Toy Surprise! Understanding the effectiveness of marketing efforts is a core use case for Google Analytics. While we ... read more »

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 »