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August 25, 2007

Visual immersion using Web Analytics

Practical analytics: persuasion scenarios
@ immeria - An immersion in Web Analytics,
by S.Hamel
A typical site is composed of several conversion objectives: registering to a newsletter, purchasing something, finding the nearest store, or any activity that represent a positive outcome for the user and the site owner. As Brian Eisenberg puts it, those represents the "conversion points" of a "persuasion scenario":

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Practical analytics: persuasion scenarios

See also my previous posts:
  • Eye to I: Visual Literacy
  • Add Sense to your AdSense: Visualizing the Return on Investment?
  • Look and Feel of Browsers and Websites
  • Concept Mapping Technology - Tool to create HTML pathfinders?
  • Visualizing the Innernet or Visual Display of the Website's Infostructure - AHAREF
  • 1 comment:

    Ayush said...

    I have recently started on web analytics and have been using GoStats, they provide comprehensive reports allowing to extract the analysis figures and ratios.