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Best Webanalytics podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Webanalytics podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Your one-stop shop for essential data visualization and presentation skills for digital marketers, web analysts, and BI practitioners. With regular original content and luminary guest appearances from Rand Fishkin, Jim Sterne, Dustin Mathews, Garr Reynolds and more. This is the toolset you need to present your data, inform business decisions, inspire action, and become INDISPENSABLE.
 
Attend any conference for any topic and you will hear people saying after that the best and most informative discussions happened in the bar after the show. Read any business magazine and you will find an article saying something along the lines of "Business Analytics is the hottest job category out there, and there is a significant lack of people, process and best practice." In this case the conference was eMetrics, the bar was….multiple, and the attendees were Michael Helbling, Tim Wilson ...
 
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It sometimes seems like there must be a Moore's Law of marketing technology (or "martech," as the cool kids call it, and our site is on a .io domain, so we’re definitely the cool kids) whereby the number of platforms available doubles every 6 to 8 weeks. And, every couple of months, it seems, a whole new category emerges. From CMS to DAM to CRM to …
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Mitch Grasso is the Founder/CEO of Beautiful.AI - predictive presentation software that will revolutionize how people build beautiful visual documents. I’ve used it personally and after being seriously impressed with its intuitive interface and adherence to presentation design best practices, I actually considered swi…
 
The promise of digital—and the steady shift of consumers' interactions with brands to that medium over the course of the past two decades—is that we can now see so much more of what our customers and prospects DO. But, how much does that tell us about who they really are, why they do what they do, and how they feel as they do it? What are they thin…
 
In this episode, I cover three areas of delivering online presentations that you can master and stay visible and sane in the process. It's a sample of my flagship online course on presentation delivery. For the complete data presentation rockstar blueprint, enroll in the Data Presentation + Storytelling Boot Camp and start creating the impact, infl…
 
Sometimes, the best way to get alignment, generate new ideas, hash out different perspectives, or just effectively collaborate is to shift a gathering of peers from being a "meeting run by the organizer" to a "workshop run by a facilitator." Both meetings and workshops should have clear objectives, but workshops, when planned and run well, shift th…
 
These are interesting times in which we work, are they not? For many analysts, "remote work" is what they call "every weekday" or, for those who don't have things fully figured out, "every day that ends in 'Y.'" For other analysts, the current pandemic has forced them into being an unplanned — and not necessarily desired — full-time remote worker. …
 
Did you know that there were monks in the 1400s doing text-based sentiment analysis? Can you name the 2016 movie that starred Amy Adams as a linguist? Have you ever laid awake at night wondering if stopword removal is ever problematic? Is the best therapist you ever had named ELIZA? The common theme across all of these questions is the broad and de…
 
For our special International Women's Day episode, we committed a type one error and peeked at our results, so we are releasing this winner three days early. As good analysts, we set out to optimise the podcast by swapping out Tim and Michael for two guests (it's rare for Tim to be in the control group, but he's an outlier either way). Unfortunatel…
 
Rehgan Avon is the founder and CEO of the Women in Analytics Conference, an organization and industry event that increases visibility to women making an impact in the analytics space by providing a platform to lead the conversations around the advancements of analytical research, development, and applications. The WiA conference is becoming an incr…
 
Have you heard the one about the four analysts who run a podcast who walked into a resort in Hungary? Well, now you can! Or, at least get a taste of that experience. Michael, Moe, Tim, and Josh headed to Superweek last month and, among other things, did a 12-hour audio livestream to try to give interested listeners a taste of the experience. On thi…
 
"QA and patience and reviews by a peer. Data viz testing, hold no chart too dear. Don’t be an asshole; automate 'til it stings. These are a few of our favorite things!" With apologies to Julie Andrews, on this episode, Moe, Tim, and Michael shared some of the tactical tips and techniques that they have found themselves putting to use on a regular b…
 
Once upon a time, website behavioral data was extracted from the log files of web servers. That data was messy to work with and missing some information that analysts really wanted. This was the OG "server-side" data collection. Then, the JavaScript page tag arrived on the scene, and the data became richer and cleaner and easier to implement. That …
 
Who would have thought that we'd get to 2020 and still be debating whether recurring reports should include "insights?" As it turns out, Tim did an ad hoc analysis back in 2015 where he predicted exactly that! Unfortunately, the evidence is buried in the outbox of his email account at a previous employer. So, instead, we've opted to just tackle the…
 
With over 15 years of enterprise analytics experience at monster platforms like Domo, Omniture, and Adobe, Brent Dykes knows a thing or eight about leveraging thoughtfully presented insights to effect organizational change and success. Brent stopped by the show to discuss his new book, Effective Data Storytelling: How to Drive Change with Data, Nar…
 
It's the end of the year, and we know it, and we feel fiiiiine. Or, maybe we have a little anxiety. But, for the fifth year in a row, we're wrapping up the year with a reflective episode: reflecting on changes in the analytics industry, the evolution of the podcast, and the interpersonal dynamics between Tim and Michael. From the state of diversity…
 
Today's guest is a woman who has had a formative impact on my journey and whose latest book is my new desktop Bible for data presentation. Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic is the CEO and Founder of Storytelling with Data, a company providing workshops and presentations that teach the basics of data visualization and how to tell compelling stories with data …
 
Once upon a time, there was an analyst. And that analyst had some data. She used that data to do some analysis, and from that analysis she realized she had some recommendations she could make to her organization. This was the point where our intrepid analyst reached a metaphorical fork in Communication Road: would she hastily put all of her thought…
 
How accurate is your data? How accurate is any of our data? If our data is more accurate, will we make better decisions? How MUCH better? Why do the show blurbs of late have so many questions? THAT is a question we can ACCURATELY answer: because the shows grapple with challenging questions! On this episode, Snowplow co-founder Yali Sassoon joined u…
 
On the cusp of holiday turkey and tree trimming mayhem, I take a pause from Autumn Author Madness to tell a personal story of being criticised by a member of the industry and how it taught me an important lesson on response and kindness. I also express my undying gratitude for your continuing support as my listener, and share how I'll be working ev…
 
READ ME!!! LISTEN!!! DO YOU KNOW WHY THIS IS IN ALL CAPS?! IS IT RAISING YOUR HEART RATE?! IS IT MAKING YOU A LITTLE IRRITATED?! IT MIGHT BE! IF IT IS, WE COULD MEASURE IT, AND MAYBE WE WOULD REALIZE THAT WE WERE INDUCING A SUBCONSCIOUS EMOTIONAL RESPONSE AND REALLY SHOULD TURN OFF THE CAPS LOCK! That’s the topic of this episode: the brain. Specifi…
 
Multi-touch attribution is like fat free cheese: it sounds like a great idea, it seems like technology would have made it amazing and delicious by now, and, yet, the reality is incredibly unsatisfying. Since we’ve recently covered how browsers are making the analyst’s lot in life more difficult, and since multi-touch attribution is affected by thos…
 
Nancy Duarte is the founder of Duarte, Inc., a global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture. It is the largest design firm in Silicon Valley and also the fifth largest female employer in the area. Nancy is a communication expert and as a persuasion specialist and she has she cracked the code for effectiv…
 
Did you hear the one about the Harvard-educated economist who embraced her inner wiring as a lateral thinker to explore topics ranging from HIV/AIDS in Africa to the impact of Hepatitis B on male-biased sex ratios in China to the range of advice and dicta doled out by doctors and parents and in-laws and friends about what to do (and not do!) during…
 
Alberto Cairo is not only a highly revered mind in the data visualization world, he brings a fresh perspective on keeping your charts honest in his brand new book, How Charts Lie.. If you're looking for a way to create and interpret charts accurately and in integrity, this interview is for you. Alberto is a celebrated visualization educator, design…
 
Are you down with ITP? What about ETP? Are you pretty sure that the decline in returning visitors to your site that has everyone in a tizzy is largely due to increasingly restrictive cookie handling by browsers? Do you really, really, REALLY want Google, Apple, Mozilla, and even Microsoft to get on the same page when it comes to cookie handling and…
 
It's rare when I encounter someone at a conference that not only nails the presentation, leaving me wanting more, but also drops wisdom I can easily say I will use for the rest of my speaking career. Carlos Gil is an international keynote speaker and award winning digital storyteller with over a decade of experience leading social media strategies …
 
Have you ever noticed that 68.2% of the people who explain machine learning use a "this picture is a cat" example, and another 24.3% use "this picture is a dog?" Is there really a place for machine learning and the world of computer vision (or machine vision, which we have conclusively determined is a synonym) in the real world of digital analytics…
 
Today's guest, Nir Eyal, has a zone of genius in customer engagement and spends his days writing, consulting, and teaching about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. As a matter of fact, MIT Technology Review dubbed him the "prophet of habit forming technology." He is an active investor in habiforming technology such as Eventbr…
 
What percentage of digital ad impressions and clicks do you think is actually the work of non-human bots? Pick a number. Now double it. Double it again. You’re getting close. A recent study by Pixalate found that 19 percent of traffic from programmatic ads in the U.S. is fraudulent. David Raab from the CDP Institute found this number to be "optimis…
 
It’s 1:00 AM, and you can’t sleep. The paid search manager needs to know whether brand keywords can be turned off without impacting revenue. The product team needs the latest A/B test results analyzed before they can start on their next sprint. The display media intern urgently needs your help figuring out why the campaign tracking parameters he ad…
 
The Data Presentation + Storytelling Bootcamponline course is open for enrollment! Cart closes on Aug 22nd at midnight. John is a highly experienced digital marketing strategist and consultant with special expertise in developing SEO campaigns, PPC campaigns, Google analytics, technical website auditing, web analytics implementation, and custom con…
 
Somewhere between "welcome to the company, now get to work!" and weeks of tedious orientation sessions (that, presumably, include a few hours with the legal department explaining that, should you be on a podcast, you need to include a disclaimer that the views expressed on the podcast are your own and not those of the company for which you now work…
 
Listen. Really. That's what you can do. You can listen to this episode and find out what you learn. Or you can NOT listen to the show and NOT find out what you learn. You can't do both, which means that, one way or the other, you WILL be creating your very own counterfactual! That, dear listener, is a fundamental concept when it comes to causal inf…
 
Have you ever thought it would be a great idea to have a drink or two, grab a microphone, and then air your grievances in a public forum? Well, we did! This episode of the show was recorded in front of a live audience (No laugh tracks! No canned applause!) at the Marketing Analytics Summit (MAS) in Las Vegas. Moe, Michael, and Tim used a “What Grin…
 
Did you hear the one about how the AI eliminated cancer? It just wiped out the human race! As machine learning and artificial intelligence are woven more and more into the fabric of our daily lives, we are increasingly seeing that decisions based purely on code require a lot of care to ensure that the code truly behaves as we would like it to. As o…
 
What's in a job title? That which we call a senior data scientist by any other job title would model as predictively... This, dear listener, is why the hosts of this podcast crunch data rather than dabble in iambic pentameter. With sincere apologies to William Shakespeare, we sat down with Maryam Jahanshahi to discuss job titles, job descriptions, …
 
Valerie Kroll is a growing powerhouse in the measure and presenting community and in this show, she brings insight from a very specific and mystical arena of digital marketing, one I have been waiting for years to tackle on this show. What is it, you might ask? How to present split and AB testing and conversion rate optimization results! Valerie is…
 
Remember that time you ran a lunch-and-learn at your company to show a handful of co-workers some Excel tips? What would have happened if you actually needed to fully train them on Excel, and there were approximately a gazillion users*? Or, have you ever watched a Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager training video? Or perused their documentation…
 
Gary is a legend in the digital analytics space. More than a thought leader, he is also a guide for thousands of analysts in maturing their business savvy and technical acumen. He is the CEO and Founder of Digital Mortar, a company providing cutting edge measurement and analytics tools for optimizing physical spaces and tracking the in-store custom…
 
A simple recipe for a delicious analytics platform: combine 3 cups of data schema with a pinch of JavaScript in a large pot of cloud storage. Bake in the deployment oven for a couple of months, and savory insights will emerge. Right? Why does this recipe have both 5-star and 1-star ratings?! On this episode, long-standing digital analytics maven Ju…
 
We're not sure what's going on with this episode. For some reason, we have a bunch of first-time listeners, and they're all from Apple devices! Maybe it's because the show only comes out every two weeks, and the first-party cookies we've been using to track our listeners are now expiring after seven days! (This is a hilarious episode description if…
 
Tim is considered a megastar in the digital marketing and online entrepreneurial space and he has a massive knowledge set when it comes to delivering webinars, especially for the Software as a Service (Saas) industry. In his role as a certified webinar rockstar, Tim has given over 1,000 live webinars for companies like Leadpages, Social Media Exami…
 
Have you ever attended a conference? Did you know that analysts over-index towards introversion?* Have you ever struggled to figure out how to start a conversation over a cold pastry and a cup of tepid coffee at a conference breakfast? IS there actually a point in developing and executing a strategy when it comes to attending a conference? Is it an…
 
Are you a data scientist? I mean, are you really a data scientist? What does that even mean...other than a healthy salary increase? On this episode of the show, Ian Thomas, Chief Data Officer for Publicis Spine sat down with the three co-citizen-data-scientists who regularly host the show to delve into the subject! For complete show notes, includin…
 
We thought we deserved a break from the podcast, so we went looking for some AI to take over the episode. Amazon Polly wasn't quite up to the task, unfortunately, so we wound up sitting down as humans with another human -- Erik Driessen from Greenhouse -- to chat about the different ways that automation can be put to use in the service of analytics…
 
In recognition of International Women's Day, and because it's a really important topic, this is a very special episode. The two straight, white, cisgender male co-hosts of this podcast sat this episode out, while Moe took over the mic for an in-depth discussion with Alison Vorsatz from Fairygodboss and Aubrey Blanche from Atlassian about diversity …
 
Do you know something that is really simple? Really Simple Syndication (aka, RSS). Did you know that RSS is the backbone of podcast delivery? Well, aren't you clever! What's NOT really simple is effectively measuring podcasts when a key underlying component is a glorified text file that tells an app how to download an audio file. Advertisers, publi…
 
"Hey, Google! How do you measure yourself?" "I'm sorry. I can't answer that question. Would you like to listen to a podcast that can?" National Public Radio has long been on the forefront of the world of audio media. Why, you might even remember episode #046, where Steve Mulder from NPR made his first appearance on the show discussing the cans and …
 
Aaron has nearly 20 years of online marketing industry experience, has led web analytics initiatives in senior internet marketing management roles at many big companies, and was elected to the DAA's Board of Directors. In the nineties, he co-founded a website traffic tracking and reporting software service called Sitegauge, which he sold to Kohlber…
 
What does it really take to bring data science into the enterprise? Or... what does it take to bring it into your part of the enterprise? In this episode, the gang sits down with Dr. Katie Sasso from the Columbus Collaboratory...because that's similar to what she does! From the criticality of defining the business problem clearly, to ensuring the e…
 
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