WebGuild event at Googleplex, Wednesday March 14th
Published by Eric T. Peterson on March 13, 2007.
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If you live anywhere near the Googleplex in Mountain View, and if you have $25 burning a hole in your pocket, you should join me, Barry Parshall from WebTrends, and Brett Crosby* from Google Analytics at the WebGuild Web Analytics Panel tomorrow night (Wednesday, March 14th.) It’s largely a Q&A format so likely you’ll get to hear Barry and I swap Rand Schulman stories and argue about which of our CEOs is the nicest (It’s mine, by a hair …)
Oh, and I have something special planned for my five minute presentation. I can’t tell you what just yet, but you web analytics wonks will want to hear it, trust me. No, it’s not my new haircut … nor is it stories from Baby Loves Disco … it’s about web analytics. Serious web analytics.
Anyway, if you make it, come say “hi” and provide blog comments the old fashioned way, over free drinks.
(* Mr. Crosby is rumored not to attend due to a previous engagement.)
About Eric T. Peterson
Eric T. Peterson is the founder of Web Analytics Demystified, Inc. and the author of Web Analytics Demystified, Web Site Measurement Hacks, and The Big Book of Key Performance Indicators. Mr. Peterson frequently presents on web analytics, is often cited in articles about digital measurement, and has been blogging on the subject since 2004.
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