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Mobile Analytics Event at Holocaust Museum

Julie Perlmutter's phenomenal Web Managers Roundtable event series continued yesterday with the United States Holocaust Museum hosting an event on Mobile Analytics.  PointAbout was a sponsor of the event.  You can also find a PDF of the PowerPoint deck here.

The event was titled "Proven Metrics Strategies for Finding Your Audience on the Mobile Web." The speaker was Greg Dowling, VP at Semphonic and previously the head of analysis at Nokia.

Event description: Mobile technologies are so new that few organizations have a handle on the metrics strategies needed to make sure their own mobile initiatives succeed. In this program of strategic insights, mobile analytics expert Greg Dowling will provide the road map.

Here's a video of the event:

Julie Perlmutter's phenomenal Web Managers Roundtable event series continued yesterday with the United States Holocaust Museum hosting an event on Mobile Analytics.  PointAbout was a sponsor of the event.  You can also find a PDF of the PowerPoint deck here. The event was titled "Proven Metrics Strategies for Finding Your Audience on the Mobile Web." The speaker was Greg Dowling, VP at Semphonic and previously the head of analysis at Nokia. Event description: Mobile technologies are so new that few organizations have a handle on the metrics strategies needed to make sure their own mobile initiatives succeed. In this program of strategic insights, mobile analytics expert Greg Dowling will provide the road map. As creator of the first worldwide mobile web analytics implementation standard, he'll discuss that work, the issues that make measurement standardizing difficult, the hurdles involved in navigating mobile's rapidly evolving terrain, and new ways to successfully address key mobile metrics issues. Here's a video of the event:

What the **** is mon.ki?

On I am not here

What does a “Twitter” and “People” Chrome Extension have to do with "expats", "personal assistance" and "international health insurance"? On first sight nothing. And maybe there is no connection all all except for the fact that my brain desperately wants to see them.

Before starting mon.ki I was happily working “non profit” rebuilding First Tuesday in Latin America. It was the best job I ever had. Go to some country in Central America, surf a few days, do a key note, have a few cold Coronas with smart entrepreneurs and top it off with an interesting lunch with some big wig minister of some screwed up economy. Yes, there was always the nagging itch to get back into the ring but the cold water of Punta de Lobos would soothe that just fine.

Soothing big time in Punta de Lobos

Then the itch met the pain.

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