Web Analytics: An Hour a Day (Anglais) Broché – 29 mai 2007
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Develop a Successful Web Analytics Strategy
A Step–by–Step Guide
Learn web analytics the right way with this unique, thoroughly modern guide to today′s web analytics challenges and opportunities. Written by an in–the–trenches practitioner, this book goes beyond concepts and definitions to challenge prevalent thinking about the field and provide a step–by–step guide to implementing a successful web analytics strategy.
Web analytics expert Avinash Kaushik, in his thought–provoking style, debunks leading myths and leads you on a path to gaining actionable insights from your analytics efforts. Discover how to move beyond clickstream analysis, why qualitative data should be your focus, and more insights and techniques that will help you develop a customer–centric mindset without sacrificing your company′s bottom line.
Learn the pros and cons of data collection methodologies
Find out how you can stop counting page views and still get a rich understanding of your customers
Discover how to identify valuable metrics with the "three layers of so what" test
Optimize your organizational structure and choose the right analytics tool
Understand and apply advanced analytics concepts, including SEM/PPC analysis, the power of segmentation, conversion–rate best practices, and others
Leverage quick–start solutions for blogs and e–commerce, support, and small business websites
Learn the key ingredients of a great experimentation and testing platform
Use competitive–intelligence analysis to glean insights and drive actions
You′ll also find:
Ten steps to turbocharge your web analytics
Seven steps for creating a data–driven culture in your organization
Six ways to measure the success of a blog
Three secrets behind making web analytics actionable
Ten signs of a great web analyst
Valuable CD Included
The innovative CD includes more than three hours of insightful audio podcasts, a 45–minute video, PowerPoint presentations that mirror key topics in the book, and other useful analytics resources.
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The Business trinity, created by Avinash, is a very powerful business process that can radically improve the performance of online efforts. It is also the spirit of the book. Avinash describes the trinity as follows: "The goal of the Trinity mindset is to power the generation of actionable insights. Its goal is not to do reporting. Its goal is not to figure out how to spam decision makers with data. Actionable Insights & Metrics are the uber-goal simply because they drive strategic differentiation and a sustainable competitive advantage (...) The Trinity mindset empowers you to Understand the customer experience so explicitly that you can influence the right customer behavior which will lead to win-win outcomes for the company and its customers."
The book is indispensable to those who want to understand and practice the art and science of web analytics. It is organized in a very friendly way, turning the reading into a pleasant break amid the rush of day-to-day duties; like a challenging conversation. It is rich in examples, facilitating the understanding of the `what', `how', and `why' of online measurement strategies.
I have profited from Avinash's writings in various situations; the practical advices given in the book are clear and bring great results. I warmly recommend reading this book and following the author's blog.
Kaushik does a great job with the format. As is the fact with any subject you are committed to knowing, reading the information and applying it in small pieces is the best way to learn. The bulk of the content is arranged by subject and segmented into daily readings allowing you to focus and build upon the knowledge one brick at a time.
The book is easy to read, full of practical application, and one that will be tattered, bookmarked, and referenced often.
To Avinash Kaushik's credit he appears thorough. I did appreciate his flagging the limitations of data collected by the various methods. On the downside the book is repetitive and could have been better ordered. The '... Hour a Day' is appropriate, as that is about all a reader can risk in one sitting. The text makes an arduous read. If better structured, this book could have been half its length.
If I learned one thing, it is this. I'll architect my approach to web analysis, define the data I need, and then recruit an IT type to build the process to collect the data. Having read the book, I now know what data there can be. For this I'm grateful to the author.
Web analytics is an important part of what we do at ISG. Years of experience in online marketing has reinforced the idea that there's no point in having a website, microsite, or campaign page if you have no idea how it's performing. That's why Avinash's book is a must read for anyone involved in Internet marketing. His book is a great read for anyone from the director of media & analytics to senior analyst to summer intern. Whether you are involved in complex decision-making and web strategies or are looking at conversion rates to provide actionable insights, this book is great for people of all levels of experience, while providing a fresh look at web analytics.
The book is "a step-by-step guide to implementing a successful web analytics strategy." It is meant to be enjoyed over a span of eight months, but you can read it as quickly or slowly as you like. We here at ISG are sharing a couple of copies between us and are relishing each page as we read, so what follows is a summary of the book based on what we've read and reviewed so far.
The book is divided into four parts:
Part I: Foundation
Part II: Trinity Approach
Part III: Implementing Your Web Analytics Plan
Part IV: Advanced Web Analytics "Data in your DNA"
Part I gives a brief history of web analytics, which makes this book perfect for someone just starting out in the field. Avinash takes the time to describe all the metrics that can be analyzed, how they are derived, and how they are useful for web analytics. He focuses not only on the "what" but on the "why" and proposes a new framework called the Integrated Trinity Platform. Part I (19 pages in total) is chock full of information that will give you the background you need for starting your web analytics study or, if you are experienced in the field, propose a new way to think about the role your job plays in your company.
There's also a bonus CD with 5+ hours of podcasts for your listening pleasure, a 45-minute video presentation, PowerPoint presentations, and other useful web analytics resources. And at the end of the book, Avinash directs the reader to two companion websites so that they may continue on their web analytics journey.
The best part about this book is that it is written by someone who is so passionate about web analytics that he is voluntarily receiving no profit from his book: 100% of the proceeds will be donated to the Smile Train and Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).
This is marketing at its best; I ended-up buying two different versions of the same book without knowing it!
What's even crazier is that there is no reference to this book in the new edition.
The die-hard fans may argue that they are different books; but, you'll find repeated content and points when you read both of them.
If you are planing on buying one or more books; please make sure your are "not" buying this edition.
I wish amazon would remove this edition from its inventory; or at-least stop bundling and up-selling it with other purchases.
BTW, here is the link to his second edition: