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Do You Know Google Sold Its Engineers on Management?

Since the early days of Google, people throughout the company have questioned the value of managers. That skepticism stems from a highly technocratic culture. As one software engineer, Eric Flatt, puts it, “We are a company built by engineers for engineers.” And most engineers, not just those at… 650 more words

Career Guidance

Connect Web Analytics with Google Analytics in sharepoint

I can hear everybody saying that “Web Analytics Service” under SharePoint 2013 has gone and has been redesigned under Search Services. Actually Web Analytics is not  929 more words

SharePoint

The possibilities of Twitter and Pinterest analytics

This article shows the possibilities for web and data analysts, how to use newly-emerged functions from these two social networks. Although these platforms might have brought even more data, it still can work as a wonderful resource. 7 more words

Google Analytics

Getting Your Digital Marketing Tools Organized

 

By: Tyler Jack

I have mentioned a lot about the various marketing tools I have been using this past month and a half. In this post I will try and give a better understanding on how to set each of them up so they work together. 965 more words

Digital Marketing

Today, Google announced that it has integrated Google Analytics statistics into its Publisher Toolbar. This gives website administrators fast access to performance statistics, making it easier for them to gauge trends and other data related to their web properties. 79 more words

Apps And Updates

Pinterest Gains Momentum with Better Analytics for Business

Introducing Pinterest Analytics

Michael Yamartino and his crew at Pinterest have certainly been busy beavers of late. Less than a month ago they introduced Pinterest messaging and now, only a few weeks later, we get a new and improved analytics dashboard available today for… 524 more words

Google

Customers Have Changed - Have You?

The attached Forbes article points out three, key ways that our customers have changed.  What it doesn’t necessarily discuss is another way that technology has made it easier for businesses to accurately measure how our customers’ buying actions have changed.   50 more words

Customer Centric