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Product Analytics: A Comprehensive Guide

According to Amplitude, product analytics “show you who your users are, what they want, and how to keep them.”

I remember the first time that a client told how they were able to increase their sign-up rate for their product by 22% while reducing their marketing costs. The secret to their success?

They simply used their analytics data to make informed decisions.

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Model Building from the Ground Up

After receiving a $500k budget increase, someone in the C-suite must decide where to allocate these funds: remarketing budget, R&D, events, website redesign, etc.

What should they do? Do they need more information to decide? Even with new information, will that clarify the percentage allocation of funds?

As consumer needs and technology become increasingly complex, so too do the decisions. Modeling is critical for complex decision-making. Relying on intuition alone can set you up for failure.

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Pitching a Data Strategy? Here's How to Ensure the C-Suite Says “Yes.”

Are you a CMO who thinks accurate attribution is a pipe dream? Or a customer experience director who has to hack together data to create something resembling a customer journey?

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5 Analytics Questions You Should Always Ask

In digital analytics, it’s all about asking the right questions.

Sure, in the right context, you can probably get by doing what Avinash Kaushik refers to as “data puking,” but you won’t excel as an analyst or marketer.

In addition, you’ll consistently come up short on bringing true business value to your company.

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Web Analytics Analysis

For a web analytics analyst or a data-driven marketer, these are words to live by: “Without data, you’re just another person with an opinion.”

Optimization isn’t about educated guesses and hunches, no matter how many years you’ve been in the industry. It’s about doing the research, asking the right questions, digging for clues in problem areas, paying attention to the signs when they appear, and running smart A/B tests.

Web analytics analysis is a big part of that. It helps separate the optimizers from just another person with an opinion.

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How to Calculate Lifetime Value for Subscription Ecommerce

Subscriptions are an increasingly common way to buy products online, whether consumables like coffee and energy supplements, or personalized lifestyle boxes and fashion. 

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UTM Parameters: A Complete Guide for Traffic Attribution

Traffic attribution identifies which sources drive visitors to a web property. And it’s impossible to credit a conversion to the correct source without first knowing how a visitor got to a website.

In other words, the foundation of conversion attribution is traffic attribution. Simple as it may sound, attributing a session to its traffic source can be tricky, even impossible.

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Tag Management: How to Monitor & Improve Site Performance

There are hundreds of services for site tracking, advertising, customization, and, in general, souping up your ability to measure, reach, and convert your visitors.

Most services rely on JavaScript to track the activity of visitors on your website and report on—or respond to—their behavior.

When people talk about “tags,” they’re talking about snippets of JavaScript provided by third-party services like Google Analytics, AdRoll, Adobe Analytics, etc.

Each tool can improve your ability to reach and serve customers, but it also means adding a new piece of JavaScript (i.e. a tag) to your site.

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Tracking Multiple Domains: Setup & Reporting for Dozens of Sites

How do you coordinate the analytics setup of a web shop that sells their products all over the world—if you have to handle 10+ languages and currencies in over 80 countries?

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Kaggle: A Marketer's Guide for Analytics and Data Science

Kaggle, the Google-acquired data science platform, started as a virtual meeting point for machine-learning geeks to compete on predictive accuracy scores.

It evolved into a Swiss Army knife for data science and analytics—one that can help data professionals, including data-driven marketers, elevate their analytics game.

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