Jul 21
2014

Recently, an issue came to light with one of our clients which turned our world upside down – quite literally. In the graph (shown below), Unique Pageviews vs. Pageviews was compared for a given date range for a select group of pages. If you click on the image to zoom in, you’ll notice something weird….

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written by Farid Alhadi \\ tags:

Jul 14
2014

Also, see cool interactive data visualization chart of 2014 World Cup data here. As the month-long World Cup Tournament in Brazil is at an end, it is amazing to see that the biggest winner of the tourney is not the one who scored the most on the green field, but rather, the one who scored…

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written by Allaedin Ezzedin \\ tags: ,

Jul 07
2014

The World Cup is the most viewed global event (yes, even more than the Olympic Games). Internationally, one of the most, if not the most, common sport is soccer (known as football in places other than the U.S.), and for good reason. Who can resist the fun of the sport! This year, there was the…

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written by Mike Anderson \\ tags: ,

Jun 27
2014

Soccer image by Pallus23 of Deviant Art. Every World Cup game I watch overwhelms me with the amount of historical numbers and statistics thrown around by game commentators about the teams and players. Soccer fans, including myself, are becoming numbers addicts more and more and we enjoy game analytics and prediction as much as we…

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written by Allaedin Ezzedin \\ tags: ,

Jun 20
2014

Photo from Getty Images As a Google Analytics Premium Reseller for several government agencies, we’ve noticed that Web and mobile analytics is as important to government digital initiatives as it is for the private sector. Fundamentally, it’s about organizations leveraging digital media to offer products and services to a target audience or to communicate and…

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written by Feras Alhlou \\ tags: ,

Jun 10
2014

Picture from Getty Images No, this isn’t the new horror movie by M. Night Shaymalan, but there is a twist at the end! A couple of weeks ago, Google Analytics made slight changes to their labels. They changed “Visits” into “Sessions” and “Unique Visitors” into “Users”. While intuitively this makes a lot of sense, many…

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written by Team Marketing

May 29
2014

Our team is at the Google Analytics Summit (exclusive to Google Analytics Certified Partners and Google Analytics Premium customers!) learning about the exciting new initiatives in store for the product. Most of it is top secret, but here are the things we can share. Enhanced Ecommerce Google will be revamping their Google Analytics Ecommerce capabilities…

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written by Team Marketing \\ tags: ,

May 29
2014

At the very end of my first week on the job at E-Nor, I sat down with Feras to make sure we had covered all the steps in the on-boarding process for new consultants. With my head spinning from the barrage of new processes, clients, and projects, I was feeling just a little overwhelmed. Thinking…

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written by Joel Michael

May 27
2014

Every now and then, we like to get “back to basics”. We still find established, experienced clients making simple mistakes that could easily be avoided and corrected using basic features already available in Google Analytics. One of them is properly using annotations – basically taking notes on different events (internal or external) that impact your…

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written by Farid Alhadi \\ tags: ,

May 20
2014

To view the full press release, click here. It’s our pleasure to announce that Bilal Saleh, our Principal Partner in the southeast, has accepted to join St. Leo University’s Advisory Council for the Department of Communication, Marketing and Multimedia and Management at the Donald R. Tapia School of Business at St. Leo University. He was…

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