Solving for customer intent produces stronger business results. That’s what Acronym Media, a search agency that specializes in “intent-based internet marketing,” has found. In a recent interview with Think with Google, Acronym CMO Mike Grehan explains that connecting with users during their I-want-to-know moments—rather than just during the I-want-to-buy moments—helps build brand affinity and influence […]
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If you want to optimize for conversions on your website, mobile app, or other digital properties, it’s a given that you need to be testing. But it’s easy to forget that not everyone is equipped for experimentation. So what do you do if you don’t have enough traffic to run valid tests? Or if you can’t […]
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Although I have a master’s degree in advanced analytics, I filled out my NCAA March Madness bracket in 5 minutes, just seconds before the tip-off of the first game. Maybe you’ve heard of the model I used: it’s called “advanced gut instinct.” Clearly, an algorithm could do better than human instinct, right? Maybe, but maybe not. Here’s […]
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For a few companies, data is part of their DNA and experimentation is a way of life. For most others, testing is an ongoing process of encouraging buy-in, generating fresh test ideas, learning from losses, and troubleshooting technical problems. Our experts have identified key hurdles that companies face when trying to ramp up their testing programs, and […]
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When it comes to personalization, how important is data collection? What’s the best advice for companies that want to step up their game? And how might personalization technology be improved in the future? In this two-part series (read part one), we ask a senior member of our data science team to explore the trends, challenges, and possibilities […]
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Part two of a two-part series. In the first post of this series, I discussed the different types of outliers and why they’re important. If you haven’t already, take a couple of minutes to read it now. In this post, I’ll cover: Outlier treatment techniques Current techniques used by testing tools Additional techniques to employ […]
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Note: This is part one of a two-part series. One of the foundations of testing is repeatability. If you can’t repeat a test and get similar results, you can’t trust the data. And one of the main reasons for unrepeatable results? Outliers. Even with proper test setup and statistical rigor behind confidence calculations, outliers can […]
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The testing technologies of today look much different from those of yesteryear. And as the tools evolve, so does our understanding of what it means to run a successful testing program. So what can we expect for 2016 and beyond? Our testing experts have shared their thoughts about future trends. “You can’t master the Internet of […]
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We talk about data every day – sessions, visits, conversions, pages, hits, etc. etc. etc. But sometimes we fail to understand how all of these metrics fit together and where they come from. Let’s take a look at how digital analytics tools organize data. All digital analytics data is organized into a general hierarchy of […]
Hits, Sessions & Users: Understanding Digital Analytics Data is a post from: Analytics Talk by Justin Cutroni
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