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11:16 am Jul. 20, 2011

How SkyGlue helped our own website – 2 (Deeper understanding of visitors)

July 20th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

SkyGlue helps you get deeper understanding about your visitors. Here is an example how SkyGlue helped us own engaging with our visitors better. we used to have only one image (the first one) in the image gallery at our home page. Since we are using SkyGlue ourselves, we found many people clicked the "next" arrow

9:00 pm Jul. 9, 2011

How SkyGlue helped our own website – 1 (find website bugs)

July 9th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

As our users increase, we feel it is vital to let people know in a more direct way what benefits SkyGlue actually brings them. We are working on setting up some tutorials. Firstly, we like to share with you a few examples how SkyGlue helped ourselves. Yes, we are using SkyGlue on our own website!

12:42 am Jul. 7, 2011

SkyGlue on Business Insider!

July 7th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

SkyGlue is featured on Business Insider: http://www.businessinsider.com/skyglue-its-like-the-cia-for-your-website-2011-7. We have received overwhelming signups/feedbacks/suggestions. We appreciate your warmest support and are very encouraged to see so many people wanted to try our product. Our goal is to help you improve your business. We have been sending out a large number of invitation codes recently and we are

5:35 pm Apr. 18, 2011

Conversion funnel

April 18th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

Conversion funnel is a technical term used in e-commerce operations to describe the track a consumer takes through an Internet advertising or search system, navigating an e-commerce web site and finally converting to a sale. The metaphor of a funnel is used to describe the decrease in numbers that occur at each step of the

2:04 pm Mar. 7, 2011

My favorite Bloggers

March 7th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

Anil Batra Anil is a local analytics expert here in Seattle. He was mentioned in my previous blog on Individual Visitor Statistics vs Aggregated Data. He writes insightful thoughts on web analytics. Avinash Kaushik Best blog on web analytics. Most well-known person in the field; not to mention his most popluar book Web Analytics 2.0.

5:10 pm Mar. 1, 2011

Event Tracking vs Page View Tracking

March 1st, 2011|Categories: Blog|

Page View tracking measures which pages on a website are viewed by individual visitors, their refering urls and visitor geographic locations, etc. These are pretty standard statistics that a lot of web analytics software provides. And often times, free. Event tracking provides an in-depth analysis of your user's actions on a page. With an implementation

10:49 am Feb. 7, 2011

Individual Visitor Statistics vs Aggregated Data

February 7th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

I came across a post written by a fellow Seattle web analytics guru Anil Batra on the same topic I plan to write about today - Individual visitor tracking vs aggregated statistics. Great post Anil! So, rather than re-writing the topic, I will just go from there. I wouldn't say which one is the way

4:52 pm Jan. 23, 2011

Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) vs Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC)

January 23rd, 2011|Categories: Blog|

Many small businesses and startups struggle on balancing their limited marketing efforts between improving customer lifetime value/retention & finding new customers. I thought it might be worthwhile to write a post here and get readers some perspectives. Customer Lifetime Value (CLV), simply put, is the profit you are expected to receive from sales and services

11:01 pm Jan. 15, 2011

Cohort Study

January 15th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

Quite a number of my customers and potential customers ask me this question: "What is cohort analysis? How does it help boost my site's retention rate?" I think making post here will help more people understand the value of cohort analysis. From Wikipedia: "A cohort study or panel study is a form of longitudinal study

10:59 pm Jan. 8, 2011

The Value of an Existing Customer

January 8th, 2011|Categories: Blog|

“In a perfect world, it’s both and everything in between. In the real world the general marketing rule is that retention is a lot more cost effective than acquisition…”                                 Carde Johnson - Forrester Research I liked the Chart on Flowtown titled The Value of an Existing Customer. Some very powerful statistics are spelled out in