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Saturday, Jan. 17, 2009 at 5:26 pm

A Sterne Look at 2009

By John Quarto-vonTivadar
January 17th, 2009

We’re pleased to replay Jim Sterne’s recent webinar with us, “Turn Web Analytics into 2009 Revenue”.

Come watch the Chairman of the Web Analytics Association talk with our own Bryan Eisenberg (himself Chairman Emeritus of the WAA) about proactively using Analytics Data to drive continuous Testing and generating actual dollars, a concept even more important this year than last.

Click the above image to watch.

By the way, we received a number of inquiries from folks who saw the video already asking, “what software is being used in the screenshots?” That’s our OnTargetâ„¢ software, and you can learn more about it in a separate post we did a few days ago: “Please Keep Our Message OnTarget

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Comments (10)

  1. Well, Jim is amazing!

    Really interesting webinar…

  2. Long video – I like this guys serious, no BS approach though. Watch for “web 3.8″ at 2:10 :)

  3. A very useful & comprehensive webinar. Thanks Jim & Bryan.

  4. [...] Sterne, voorzitter van de Web Analytics Association deelt samen met Bryan Eisenberg van FutureNow in deze webinar zijn blik op de rol en functie van Web Analytics in 2009. Via een terugblik op de [...]

  5. Yea, I noticed that Web3.8 bit lol.

  6. Thanks for the insights. Very important to keep this in mind.

  7. Very insightful & comprehensive webinar.

  8. Web 3.8? Is there somebody here peering into the future? ;)

  9. really interesting and had some good points… recommend watching!

  10. The key is too pick which information are usable and which are just smokescreen

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John is the co-author of the best-selling Always Be Testing and 3 other books. You can friend him on Facebook, though beware his wacky swing dancer friends, or contact him directly at john@johnquarto.com

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