Archive for 'Analytics'
Posted on12. Dec, 2009 by Andrew Watson.
2009 saw a flurry of new browsers and updated browsers, and became the year of the 2nd ‘Browser Wars’. The market leader is still Microsoft, but they have done little to stop the falling market share. Google’s entry into the market
Posted on11. Dec, 2009 by Andrew Watson.
2009 saw continued market dominance by Google to over an 85% share of the UK search engine market. Microsoft relaunched it’s browser as Bing, combining MSN and Live… and possibly Yahoo in 2010? Ask is there somewhere
Posted on19. Sep, 2008 by Andrew Watson.
There are a number of analytics packages available for tracking visitors, key interactions and e-commerce transactions through websites. They vary from providing simple statistics on visitor numbers to full ROI comparisons
Posted on10. Jul, 2008 by Andrew Watson.
Many businesses and organisations around the world are using analytics tools to track website usage data. Often though those analysing the data are confused by terms and their meanings. So to try and solve some of the mystery, here is a short glossary on what terms such as page view, unique page view and time [...]
Posted on25. Jun, 2007 by Andrew Watson.
2007 has seen the top search engines unchanged with Google further extending its dominance over the UK search engine market. Microsoft launched the Live search engine and these are reported with the MSN figures.