I’VE RECEIVED AN INDECENT PROPOSAL

Today I was looking at the blogs are linking to Analytics 2.0 and found a post at the blog elwebmaster.com called “ahora los bloggers se desnudan” which means now the bloggers get naked. My first thought was, what does this post has to do with mine, so my first reaction was using apple + search and type [analytics 2.0] and nothing happened. So I read the entire post which talks about the 10 frech bloggers that got naked and at the end it says “Here in Buenos Aires, the blogger chicks propose a photo session but this time we get guys naked  ¿Could

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YAHOO! WEB ANALYTICS VS. GOOGLE ANALYTICS, AND THE WINNER IS…THE USER

Yesterday I found a very interesting post at vnunet.com. The post called “Yahoo! Trumps Google enterprise Web Analytics” mentioned a report from the independent analyst CMS Watch which, in few words, says that Yahoo! Web Analytics fit best the Enterprise requirements than Google Analytics. You can download the report here. The report confirms what everybody already know but in my opinion doesn’t mention something important that gives relevance to the analysis. Google Analytics and Yahoo! Web Analytics (former Indextools) came from different markets. Google Analytics until last year was focused on SMBs and end users while Yahoo! Web Analytics on the Corporative market. So, what we

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