Welcome to Analytics 2.0

Internet is changing from being a “parallel world” where some people access to a place where a huge part of the world’s population spends their time. The global internet penetration climbed to 18% which means that from a total population of 6,574,666,417, there are 1,173,109,925 people that access to internet. If we consider that North America was the pioneer and its penetration is almost 70% we could infer that in the near future the global penetration trends to reach those levels. The new scenario seems to be very promising to all the online players. But how will this new scenario affect the Web Analytics

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Go ahead – waste your time

Napping does a mind and body good. A 15- to 20-minute snooze can make you more alert and energized and improve your stamina, and longer naps can even help you learn and retain information better, according to research by Sarah Mednick, Ph.D., a psychologist and sleep researcher at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. That’s all the excuse you need to rest those drooping eyelids for a minute. Messiness is in the eye of the beholder, say Eric Abrahamson and David H. Freedman in their book, Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder. Just because your idea of “organized” is

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