Category: Links

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  • Google Analytics is undoubtedly one of the most powerful web analytics packages out there. In fact, it’s so powerful, it’s difficult to know how to begin understanding all of the information it makes available. NTEN wants to help you unlock the power of Google Analytics. In this hands-on webinar, Avinash Kaushik, Google’s Analytics Evangelist, will teach you how to use web analytics reports to understand the performance of your web site in terms of measuring progress toward your organizational goals, but also to help you understand who your web site visitors are, where they come from, and what they’re doing on your site. You’ll leave the webinar with actionable tips and tricks you can use right away, regardless of your skill level.

    Presented by Avinash Kaushik, Analytics Evangelist for Google and author of “Web Analytics: An Hour a Day”

    tags: analytics

  • screencast for helping people (especially non-profits) get started with Google Analytics

    tags: analytics

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Daily post (weekly)

Daily post (weekly)

  • If you could suggest a unique idea that would help as many people as possible, what would it be?

    It’s a question worth considering. Never in history have so many people had so much information, so many tools at their disposal, so many ways of making good ideas come to life. Yet at the same time so many people (in all walks of life) could use some help, in small ways and big. In the midst of this, new studies are reinforcing the timeless wisdom that beyond a basic level of material wealth, the only thing that seems to increase individual happiness is… helping other people. In other words, help helps everybody.

    tags: no_tag

  • a simple tool that helps groups determine which questions should be asked at all hands meetings, conferences, Q&A sessions, etc. The idea is that there are always lots of good questions to ask in a limited period of time, but it’s hard to know which questions the attendees are most interested in hearing discussed. Moderator lets users add questions and vote on the questions of others, so the cream rises to the top.

    tags: crowdsource, vote

  • Scours social networks and web sites for people you are looking for. Great way to find and learn about someone.

    tags: people

  • “experiential learning games that accelerate the adoption and understanding of Agile principles in a fun and interactive way.”

    tags: agile, learn, game, fun

  • effective charts to communicate scope, schedule, cost change to a client

    tags: reporting