Author Archive: Andrew Gilleran
What’s new in verson 5 of Google Analytics. The guys at Google discuss the changes and new features.
Not my words I’m afraid but an interesting article called ‘5 Ways to Give Your Content Marketing New Life‘ which is a short, sharp way of sprucing up your web site. Easier said than done of course but if it gets you thinking and heading in the right direction then that is a start. »» Continue reading
I had been thinking the other day about how companies can track their activities in FB so had a look around. This short article gives a nice overview. However it was this detailed article on using Google Analytics to have a detailed look at your FB site that caught the eye. Certainly a bit fiddly to set up but if you’re FB pages are getting good traffic then it’s worth getting the extra value from GA. And it’s free. »» Continue reading
More than useful it is. Avinash Kaushik is a web analytics guru and has a few books to his name. But I certainly liked the headline in this intro for web analytics. “Beginner’s Guide To Web Data Analysis: Ten Steps To Love & Success”. One of his books (Web Analytics 2.0: The Art of Online Accountability and Science of Customer Centricity) has some excellent reviews on Amazon so might be worth a purchase.
Love is probably extra…. »» Continue reading
Team sites are one of the really great things about SharePoint in an intranet environment. It allows project teams, departments, cross functional teams the ability to create their own web space and use it any way they need for their purposes. Over on the Get the Point blog, there is a nice summary of some of the main team site templates and how they can be used.
I liked this example of using the wiki technology.
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Ah SharePoint. What’s it all about then? I usually describe like this: ” The great thing about SharePoint is that you can lots of things with it. The bad thing about SharePoint is that you can do lots of things with it.”
As a content management system it’s unrivalled in it’s scope. Doesn’t meant it’s the bee knees but it certainly does a lot of things and it can do them well. And it does some things not so well. But there is a lot of learning to it and a lot of learning about getting the most out of it. »» Continue reading