Filed under: Analytics, Statistics, Technology, Visualisation, Web Analytics | Tags: Google's Browser Size
One issue web designers face is ensuring that they keep their important content “above the fold”
You don’t want users to have to scroll down to see the hottest story or a call to action.
Browser Size helps with this, by visualising just what percentage of the Internet-browsing population can see a certain part of your page.
This is related not only to screen resolution, but also how large people keep their browser windows.
Filed under: Algorithms, Statistics | Tags: Gaming Machines, Pokies, Slots
Filed under: Behavioural Targeting, Data, Datarati, Visualisation | Tags: Nebul.us
Nebul.us is an online application, currently in private beta, that aggregates and visualises your online activity.
Enter your information for Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, etc and install a plugin in Firefox to record your browsing behavior.
Get something that looks like the above, sort of a donut-polar area chart hybrid. Nebul.us calls it a cloud.
Filed under: Actionable Insights, Datarati, Web Analytics | Tags: Google Analytics, Google Annotations
We’ve got to give it to the team over at Google Analytics. Today they announced ”Annotations”, getting one step closer for analysts to provide actionable data-driven insights.
Annotations allows any user with access to a Google Analytics profile to leave shared or private notes right on the over-time graph.
Building upon the concept of bringing Intelligence to data, capture the tribal intelligence of your company – which tends to be the most expensive and easily lost resource of all.
A simple note from a colleague can save hours of real work (and frustration) for an analyst who is tasked to explain a usually dry set of numbers.
Havas Digital is the umbrella holding company that manages all Havas Media’s interactive companies.
Havas Digital brands provide data driven marketing solutions across all interactive channels to over 400 clients worldwide and it Digital operates from 40 cities in 30 different countries across Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Oceania.
Recently, Omniture’s Josh James had this discussion with Havas Digital’s co-CEO and Marketing Director, Anthony Rhind.