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Google Adds Real-Time Statistics to Blogger

blogger_logo_10.jpgAttention, stats fans! Today Google granted Blogger, its blog publishing platform, a feature that allows users to check their stats in (almost) real-time. 

Quantivo and Semphonic Partner: Combine Web and Behavioral Analytics

This week, two of the biggest names in behavioral and web analytics partnered. Quantivo (news, site) and Semphonic (news, site) are coming together to offer what they call a turn-key behavioral analytics service.

SaaS CMS Clickability Enters the Web Engagement Game

SaaS CMS Clickability Enters the Web Engagement Game

Web CMS vendors’ affection for web engagement is spreading faster than I can say WEM. SaaS CMS provider Clickability (news, site) is heading that direction as well with the release of Website Marketing Acceleration (WMA) module.

Privacy: Is Google's Opt Out Solution Just Insane?

Earlier this year, Google announced that they were working on a tool that would allow users to opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics. The browser plug-in recently arrived, and reactions have -- understandably -- been mixed. The Onion's visual analysis though, has by far stolen the show.

Advancing Customer Experience for Companies with Established Baseline

 It is apparent that most companies, if not all, already use some sort of web analytics software to monitor their site’s traffic. Whether it’s built into their CMS or they use an external tool like Google Analytics, it’s rare for an organization not to know where their traffic is coming from. But that’s usually where it ends.

 

WEM Perspectives: You Say WEM, I Say Online Marketing Optimization

Is Web Engagement Management (WEM) a new on the ground reality, or just the latest turn of phrase to help build the sales pipeline? I think we’ve been here before -- but more importantly, how is your organization making its digital business decisions?

Clicktale: 3 Types of Analytics for Usability Testing

clicktale_Logo.jpgA few weeks ago we took a look at the free tools available for conducting usability testing. While free is always welcome, using free products or services can have limitations. When looking at paid options, however, making a decision can be complicated. Recently we had the opportunity to talk with Clicktale, one of the major players in the usability game, about their product, its features and how it can help companies improve their site’s design and user experience.

SharePoint 2010 Infused with Webtrends Analytics

Webtrends Brings Analytics to SharePoint It's not just content management and social computing vendors who want to a part of SharePoint's ecosystem, analytics vendors are seeing the writing on the wall as well. Webtrends (newssite) arrives just in time to offer its analytic solution for SharePoint 2010.

Web Analytics: Waiting for the New Federal Government Cookie Policy

Is waiting for the White House's Office of Management and Budget (OMB) guidelines on a new Federal Government cookie policy like waiting for Godot? One might not be blamed for thinking as much.

Test and Optimize Web Analytics Performance with WASP 2.0

iperceptions_logo.JPGiPerceptions, like many analytics companies, aims to redefine market research by "boldly changing what it means to listen to customers."  Unlike many analytics companies, their solutions focus on testing performance. Their latest efforts take the form of WASP (Web Analytics Solution Provider) 2.0, a web-based tool for taking a deeper look at the state of analytics solutions. 

Track Facebook Marketing Efforts for Free with Apptraq

apptraq_logo.jpgSocial media marketing solutions just won’t stop cropping up. Japan’s latest is called AppTraq, a free analytics tool that specializes in the analysis of social technologies such as Facebook applications.  

SeeWhy Explains Why Conversion Strategies are Failing

SeeWhy Explains Why Conversion Strategies are Failing Nobody likes to hear that they're wrong, but real-time re-marketing company SeeWhy (news, site) recently published some research about common website conversion practices that suggests exactly that. 

Social Media Analysis: Forever Hindered by Privacy Concerns?

As social network-infused business solutions continue to grow exponentially, so does the need to analyze the importance of the resulting relationships for better performance and productivity. And yet, Gartner predicts only 25% of enterprises will routinely evaluate these data through 2015. The culprit? Privacy concerns.  

It's Time to Rethink Your Approach to Analytics

Most organizations have spent precious little energy on an analytics strategy, and even fewer have structured their organizations in such a way as to give analytics data the life it deserves.

Phil Kemelor of consulting firm Semphonic asserts these things and more. You -- yes, you there -- are probably not so good at using your data. And if you don't fix that soon, says he, the coming multi-channel analytics tsunami is going to overwhelm you. Either that or you'll just keep right on going, flying blind -- while your competitors continue refining.

Jahia EE 6.1 Offers Semantic Search, Improved Social Media Modules

150_jahialogo_2009.jpgJahia (news, site) adds the latest must-have buzzwords to its all-in-one web content, document management and portal system.

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