Tag Archives: analytics
Posted on 27. Jun, 2012 by Wendy Rees.
In a week of shock announcements and continued rumours in the tablet marketplace, we ask: Will more screens mean less Analytics? The tablet market in Scotland has been in a period of growth since the 1800’s, this localised success has started to spread worldwide over the last five years with the recipe changing from a [...]
Posted on 27. Apr, 2012 by Edward East.
Since joining LBi a year ago, the hot topic for discussion has been social media and what does it really mean? This post is not going to answer that question, instead it is going to attempt to answer this one: how do you begin to measure the impact of social media? Twitter, Facebook and [...]
Posted on 14. Feb, 2012 by Danielle Reed.
What is your anthem when switching your relationship status to ‘single’ ? Do you have a break up anthem ? Or are you ‘In a relationship’ ? What’s your favourite song for setting a romantic ambience ? The love birds at Spotify have teamed up with the romantics of the Facebook analytics team to give us the top songs that people listen [...]
Posted on 25. Oct, 2011 by Andrew Girdwood.
A week ago Google announced it would make search more secure. It would do this by automatically deploy SSL encryption on searches for logged in users. A logged in user is someone with a cookie from YouTube, Google+, Gmail, etc, that’s still active. Google suggests that that’s less than 10% of current searches. The search [...]
Posted on 20. Apr, 2011 by Luke Maxwell.
*”Note: Google Analytics has let us know that the feature called Multi-Channel Funnels discussed in this blog post is in limited pilot. That means that Google Analytics is testing the feature and its usefulness to a small group of trusted testers, and have not made any plans or a timeline for a full launch.”* So, Google [...]