Data-Driven A/B testing – part 1

It’s that time of year – you’re about to be inundated with blog posts about your 2020 marketing planning. Well, add this one to that list.  As you’re building out your 2020 marketing plan, are you thinking about what you’re going to be testing?  What? Why would testing be part of a strategic plan? Because […]

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Problems with channel attribution analysis

Attribution Analysis Attribution analysis is one of the more powerful analysis tools you have at your disposal. What is attribution analysis? Simply put, it’s getting an understanding of which digital channels are helping you reach your goals. For example, you’ll want to know if your email channel is helping you convert prospects to customers. To […]

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Marketing Analytics, Data Science and Leadership – June 10, 2019 Week In Review

You’re busy. We get it. We’ve compiled some of the top-clicked and shared articles that you don’t want to miss. Here is a quick review of the top news in marketing analytics, data science and leadership you should be reading. How to Analyze Your YouTube Channel Performance in Google Analytics via @smexaminer To see traffic […]

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end-of-year planning

Tips for Using Data to Survive End-Of-Year Planning

This post was originally published on Spin Sucks It’s the most wonderful time of the year… …for annual planning! Well, it’s Q4, and everyone is scrambling to create their plan for January 1st. New Year, New You. What’s the deal with that? I equate annual planning to creating resolutions. If you wait until January to start […]

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Marketing Insights Q&A: Google Tag Manager and Analytics

We were asked: Is there ever a reason to use Google Analytics tracking codes separate from Google Tag Manager, or should they always be together? Google Tag Manager should always be the way we deliver Google Analytics, without exception. For a brief period in 2016, we needed to separate them with the Accelerated Mobile Pages […]

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