In previous posts, we’ve discussed timing strategies of tag audits. What content to audit is another vital part of conversation.
Intranet sites can be an extremely useful and valuable tool for your company, with many possible uses.
Sometimes things break for [seemingly] no reason. Given the complexity of most site and application deployments in the age of mashups, social media, tag proliferation, big data, mobile, and quickly evolving standards, errors and breakage shouldn’t be so shocking.
We have been highlighting the ten tips to achieving data quality nirvana based on the tips provided in the Web Analytics Demystified whitepaper Data Quality and the Digital World.
Digital data quality just isn't as hot of a topic as analytics, big data, or machine learning, and that will probably never change. But in the end, data quality is one of the underlying foundations of better reporting, analytics, and decision making, says Priyank Mohan, technologist, strategist, analyst and thought leader.
Regular expressions can be hard to understand, even for the most seasoned propellerhead. I initially wrote this tool to help myself. The concept is simple - paste in a block of text and write a regular expression to see what matches. I’ve released the tool and hope you find it useful tool.
Unless you are the smallest of small businesses or have an extraordinarily simple web site and deployment, you need a robust data quality management solution.
Continuing the discussion on the 10 essential tips to achieving data quality nirvana from Web Analytics Demystified’s white paper, what's the next step? Define governance and controls for your organization’s data quality.
We recently conducted a series of audits on Internet Retailer Top 500 and Second 500 web sites. This research uncovered a number of interesting findings that we have decided to discuss in several blog posts.