INBOX INSIGHTS, June 28, 2023: Monthly Reporting Part 4, Common Crawl in AI

INBOX INSIGHTS: Monthly Reporting Part 4, Common Crawl in AI (6/28) :: View in browser 👉 Until July 2, take 50% off our Google Analytics 4 course with discount code TENDAYSLEFT 👉 Want someone to just do it for you? Let us know how we can help. Monthly Reports, Part 4: Performance Wow, you’ve stuck […]

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Anti LGBTQ Hate Crime Data 2023 Edition 9

Analytics data as a rearview mirror

This data was originally featured in the June 1, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/06/inbox-insights-june-1-2022-google-analytics-4-course-metrics-going-the-wrong-way-analytics-as-a-mirror/. In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s look at an example of putting analytics data into action. One of the challenges of analytics is that it’s inherently rearward-looking; analytics data is like looking in the rear-view mirror of a car while driving. […]

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Anti LGBTQ Hate Crime Data 2023 Edition 6

Quantified self-care

This data was originally featured in the June 29, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/06/inbox-insights-june-29-2022-how-about-some-good-news-personal-brand-quantified-self/. In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s look at how to analyze the most important dataset of all: our own health. Self-care is not only critical in times of stress, but we have access to more and better data than ever before. […]

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What is marketing intelligence and how can it help your business 2

Debunking analytics assumptions about bounce rate

This data was originally featured in the March 1, 2023 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2023/03/inbox-insights-march-1-2023-good-and-bad-advice-conventional-metrics/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s talk about analytics assumptions. I was asked recently about a specific web analytics metric, bounce rate, and what could be done to reduce bounce rate. On the surface, this seems like a straightforward, logical question, […]

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Thanksgiving 2021 Special Edition

This data was originally featured in the November 24, 2021 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2021/11/inbox-insights-november-24-2021-the-thanksgiving-2021-special-edition/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s have a bit of fun for the Thanksgiving holiday. One of the data sources that’s interesting to work with for getting practice doing data science tasks is the Open Food Facts database, a user-generated database […]

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Content Marketing Analytics

This data was originally featured in the July 7, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/07/inbox-insights-july-7-2022-outdated-plans-personal-branding-content-marketing-analytics/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s try to solve a content marketing analytics mystery. While I was preparing for this week’s podcast episode, I stumbled across an article from early in the year talking about the different factors that make up […]

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Recession or no recession

Recession or No Recession

This data was originally featured in the June 22, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/06/inbox-insights-june-22-2022-asking-better-interview-questions-recession-or-no-recession/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s shed some light on the question all over the news right now. Are the world’s various economies headed for a recession? Certainly, some economies like Ukraine’s are already deep in a recession for obvious reasons […]

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Content marketing analytics

Content Marketing Analytics

This data was originally featured in the July 7, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/07/inbox-insights-july-7-2022-outdated-plans-personal-branding-content-marketing-analytics/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s try to solve a content marketing analytics mystery. While I was preparing for this week’s podcast episode, I stumbled across an article from early in the year talking about the different factors that make up […]

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how to use jolts data for hiring

How to use JOLTS data for hiring

This data was originally featured in the June 15, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/06/inbox-insights-june-15-2022-tips-for-hiring-managers-the-great-reshuffling-professional-certifications/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s talk about using jobs data to understand ours. In the USA, there’s a dataset published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) called JOLTS, the Job Openings Labor Turnover Survey. Today I’ll cover how to […]

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commuting and its toll on workers

Commuting and its toll on workers

This data was originally featured in the June 8th, 2022 newsletter found here: https://www.trustinsights.ai/blog/2022/06/inbox-insights-june-8-2022-commuting-rto-carbon-impact/ In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s talk about data storytelling and Katie’s perspective on commuting and its toll on workers. The folks at LinkedIn even pointed out that commutes are what may be blocking more employees from returning to work. One of […]

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