Posts Tagged ‘Analysis’

Twitter Analysis, Part I

October 11, 2011  |   Blog,Professional,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Twitter Analysis, Part I Generally I feel that “Twitter analysis” is a bit of an oxymoron – it’s missing the qualitative benefits of the social connections that are made offline and/or long term.  I am, however, interested in sharing content that my core audience will find interesting.  Short of polling 1,600 people, the easiest way to do that is.

Has Search Marketing Reached Maturity?

June 01, 2009  |   Blog,SEM (SEO & PPC)   |     |   0 Comment

Has Search Marketing Reached Maturity? To some extent, I think search engine marketing (SEM) has become mainstream (dare I say it’s “jumped the shark”?). Everyone obviously appreciates the need to show up in Google via natural search results and it’s come to the point where most everyone understands the same need for paid search. Of course, with the masses comes.

Twitter & Facebook Demographics by State

August 13, 2008  |   Blog,Social Media   |     |   0 Comment

Twitter & Facebook Demographics by State Some interesting graphs illustrating Facebook and Twitter demographics by state:.

AVG Scanner v. Web Analytics

June 16, 2008  |   Analytics,Blog   |     |   0 Comment

AVG Scanner v. Web Analytics Interesting articles on the fake clicks coming in from AVG: Six months ago, AVG acquired Exploit Prevention Labs and its Linkscanner, a tool that automatically scans search engine results before you click on them. If you search Google, for instance, and ten results turn up, it visits all ten links to ensure they’re malware free..