Filed under: A/B Testing, Datarati, Multivariate Testing | Tags: Eyetracking
A technician in a black lab coat gazed at the short, middle-aged man seated inside the Walt Disney Company’s secretive new research facility here last week, his face shrouded with eye-tracking goggles. Read ESPN.com on that BlackBerry, she told him soothingly, like a nurse about to draw blood. “And have fun,” she added, leaving the room.
In reality, the man’s appetite for sports news was not of interest. (The site was a fake version anyway.) Rather, the technician and her fellow researchers were eager to know how the man responded to ads of varying size. How small could the banners become and still draw his attention?
A squadron of Disney executives scrutinized the data as it flowed in real time onto television monitors in an adjacent room. “He’s not even looking at the banner now,” said Duane Varan, the lab’s executive director. The man clicked to another page. “There we go, that one’s drawing his attention.”
New studies show that drivers overestimate their ability to multitask behind the wheel. This game measures how your reaction time is affected by external distractions. Regardless of your results, experts say, you should not attempt to text when driving.
Test your reaction time: http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/07/19/technology/20090719-driving-game.html
Filed under: Marketing Automation | Tags: Marketing Automation, Software as a Service
A great post I wanted to share with you from our friends over at Raab Associates.
Summary: Consumer-oriented marketing automation systems have been slower to adopt the Software-as-a-Service model than business marketing (demand generation) systems. But this will soon change, bringing lower prices and better systems as a result.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is now the standard model for business-to-business marketing automation (a.k.a. demand generation) systems.
Filed under: Data, Datarati, Visualisation | Tags: Data Visualisation, European Airlines
Filed under: Web Analytics | Tags: Hitwise, Monster, Neo@Ogilvy., Razorfish, Yahoo
Panel from OMMA Metrics & Measurement.
Panel: Monster, Yahoo!, Razorfish, Hitwise and Neo@Ogilvy.