Voice Analytics: Getting on the Bleeding Edge of Data

Siri is a household name despite not being a real person. It goes without saying that voice technology is here to stay, but what does that mean for data analysis? This blog post will help your organization understand and implement voice analytics.   Voice technology: a short history Voice interaction with computers has been around… Read More »

Google Announces Firebase Analytics

  Each year, the big technology companies hold their conferences announcing the latest and greatest solutions for the market available in the future, but every once in awhile that new technology surprises everyone and is available that day. In the digital marketing world, we often hear about “sneak peeks”, “future integration”, and “shipping next quarter”… Read More »

Stop looking for the scapegoat

This post originally started is a comment to the post on Michele Hinojosa’s blog about “Whose responsibility is online privacy?“… but I got a little long-winded, so here we go! First off… Yes, I work for a vendor but with regards to this topic I am an equal opportunity (vendor, implementor, business, etc…) offender. That… Read More »


In today’s fast paced world of technology there are few events or devices that catch the world’s attention and certainly not for three days.

Below is a small story which I’ve “borrowed” from Woot.com (on 17 Feb, 2011) that is a rather interesting – Matrix-like – look at the future, with a little humor sprinkled in.
Some parts were removed as they pertained to the deal of the day on Woot.

WAA Awards Gala Nominations

Let me start this out by saying, I am not looking to bribe people with this post. The intent of this promotion is to simply motivate people to get loud and support your peers, vendors and agencies! At this up coming eMetrics San Francisco in March the Web Analytics Association (WAA) will be hosting an… Read More »