Month: April 2008

Omniture’s mini summit 08 in London

Everyone else is doing blog posts about their experiences of going to conferences (see Kate Duffy’s descriptions of what went on at Search Engine Strategies in New York and James Kelway’s description of what he enjoyed at the Information Architecture

Breaking into Social Bookmarking

This post has been a bit of time coming, I think. Actually the last time I wrote about Social Bookmarking, I had been thinking about it for a while. It’s not a particularly easy topic to write about and I

Yahoo buys IndexTools to Continue Consolidation

Seeing as I had the temerity to link to AurĂ©lie Pols’ blog post about Yahoo’s acquisition and subsequent decision to release for free on Slashdot, I thought that I’d better write a post on it. Not least because I had

Microsoft Ad Center Analytics (aka Gatineau) Reviewed

Because I said I would two weeks back, I thought that I’d give you an update on what I thought of Microsoft’s Gatineau (or Ad center Analytics as it is now called). These are just my initial thoughts, by the

What do I do because of my Analytics?

The million dollar question is having spent all of last week looking at my analytics, what conclusions have I drawn from it and what am I going to do about it. I think maybe it is a time to revisit

Traffic for Whencanistop

I thought that in this post I might share with you some information on the amount of traffic I’ve been getting to this blog and give you some insight as to how it works. It should give you a good