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Taking Analytics up a Notch

In February, UF Health Web Services hosted a seat for Higher Ed Experts’ Higher Analytics Conference. 12 Higher Education web experts shared their insights and tips on how to use Analytics to make smart, business and goal-driven decisions in short, digestible lightning talks. Web Services retains access to these presentations as recordings and would be glad…

Popping the Filter Bubble

One of the biggest changes in Search Engines in 2011 is the continually tweaking of search algorithms to create relevance and personalization for their users. But does this narrow our world view? And what does this mean for optimizing your web site? The world wide web offers its audience a virtually unfiltered, unlimited supply of…

Google Analytics and Social Interaction Part 1:

Google Analytics now provides a set of reports for tracking social interaction with a website’s content. This new metric will measure how often users use social share buttons – for example, a Facebook Like, and Google +1, a LinkedIn share, or a tweet. This information can be used to analyze how your users share information…

Google Analytics and Social Interaction Part 1:

Google Analytics now provides a set of reports for tracking social interaction with a website’s content. This new metric will measure how often users use social share buttons – for example, a Facebook Like, and Google +1, a LinkedIn share, or a tweet. This information can be used to analyze how your users share information…

Email Newsletter Design

How taking 30 minutes of prep. time could increase the individual readership of your articles (from email campaigns) by nearly 200%… Let’s paint a very simple picture: You’re getting ready to announce to the world the release of your new online magazine/newsletter. It’s filled with dedicated articles on several topics and you’ve decided that a…