Monthly Archives: August 2010

What, why and how of cookies affecting your privacy

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Privacy on the web is a heated subject.  You can tell it is because websites like Slashdot have their own section dedicated to it; at the beginning of every movie that you watch there is a bit that says ‘You

Posted in Cookies, Web Analytics

Three tips on how to get non-analysts doing more

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Whilst having a chat with some people recently, it became apparent to me that the level of usage of our Analytics tools varies quite wildly across our organisation.  In fact, whilst researching this post I was sure that I had

Posted in Adobe, Google Analytics, Omniture, Web Analytics

Two good and three bad stories in Social Media

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Social Media is the biggest thing in the world at the moment.  You can hardly look anywhere in the press without being reminded of Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, etc.  Well, of course you won’t fail to be reminded about blogs,  I

Posted in Blogging, Digg, facebook, Reddit, Social Bookmarking, Twitter