Bryan, Avinash, and Judah …
Published by Eric T. Peterson on June 18, 2007.
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I am just finishing up listening to Bryan Eisenberg’s interview with Avinash Kaushik, author of Web Analyics: An Hour a Day (which was in my office when I returned from San Francisco last week, thanks Avinash!) Even if you’re not much for podcasts you should spend the time to listen to these guys talk. Bryan asks Avinash some great questions and Avinash, as usual, provides some really great answers.
Also, Judah (who is not afraid to take on hard subjects) has opened his own can of worms with a post on selecting a web analytics vendor. I personally know that Judah went through the selection process with two top vendors recently so it will be interesting to see both what he comes up with and also what comments he gets from his readers.
I’m off to Boston tomorrow for a variety of meetings and presentations. If you’re in the Boston area, please join me at a special Web Analytics Wednesday on TUESDAY at Aquent headquarters (711 Boylston Street).
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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