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Web Analytics Wednesday With Alec!

RefulationAdvice

Ok, I should have written this post last week (what is it that Kate said about scent when she guest blogged and I said about Persuasion Architecture?), but I have recently been presenting at Web Analytic Wednesday in London.  For

Posted in Information Architecture, Persuasion Architecture, SEO, Web Analytics Wednesday, WebTrends

Site Overlays and Persuasion Architecture

Computerweeklyhomepage

Previously on whencanistop I talked about HBX Active Viewing in terms of how to use it and how to use the results (ish). This time I around I am going to talk about how you can use the active viewing

Posted in Active Viewing, Google Analytics, HBX, Information Architecture, Persuasion Architecture, Web Analytics

A/B testing to improve engagement

In a shock turnaround in fortunes this week I am going to blog about something I am planning on doing rather than something I have just done. Ergo this is probably not going to make much more sense than my

Posted in A/B Testing, HBX, Information Architecture, Persuasion Architecture, Web Analytics

Launching a new site

dilbert-agile

Well I had to talk about it at some point, so now is as good a time as any. Computer weekly has just had a major redesign (launched at the end of last week) and I am going to talk

Posted in Engagement, Information Architecture, SEO, Usability, Web Analytics