Hi kids! Today the cute and cuddly Mr. Penguin from AOL will answer all your questions on behavioral targeting! Isn’t he cute! Now you know that behavioral targeting is your friend! Have a good day! And a tip o’the cap to the Good People at AOL who keep Mr. Penguin in anchovies in return for [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Ethics'
May 15th, 2007 7 Comments
Another Emetrics has come and gone. Many of the Summit’s highlights have been presented in other blogs, but I did want to point out a few personal observations: Big News and Rumors: Eric Peterson strikes out on his own, a new Google Analytics, and WebSideStory changes its name to Visual Sciences. But the biggest question [...]
May 3rd, 2007 No Comments
Lars Johansson, the Swedish coordinator for the WAA, has a web site and blog. One interesting thing he does is ask questions of different people who are involved in the Web Analytics field, and publish the conversation on the site. Today, Lars posted a batch of new interviews, including Phil Kemelor regarding industry differences across [...]
April 26th, 2007 No Comments
Two years ago, sitting in the airplane after attending Emetrics 05 Santa Barbara (and having to leave early), I penned a letter to organizer Jim Sterne, asking him if he’d bring up some issues around web data privacy at the first Web Analytics Association general meeting. Turns out he didn’t get my email until after [...]