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Pierre DeBois started Zimana, a web analytics consultancy company in 2009 to help businesses improve their strategic marketing and profitability through optimizing analytics data. Pierre believes the most important steps start with asking the best questions and determining the steps that lead to results and bringing value to clients. With four years of analytics fun under his belt and even more from different business experiences, Pierre can develop the best tools and strat
Founder of Predictive Analytics World and Text Analytics World, and author of Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, Or Die, Eric Siegel describes the principles of predictive analytics and how they are used to predict the behavior and actions of individuals. Eric Siegel provides ideas on how a combination of big data and machine learning creates the basis for these predictions. While Eric Siegel recognizes that not all predictions are accurate all of the time, he points out how much value they do provide over mere guesses. Eric offers his insights into how data and predictive analytics must be governed by ethical practices and assurances of privacy. Eric also demonstrates how predictive analytics are related to crowdsourcing and other data ensembles. Eric presents his thoughts on modeling and how those models can be improved. Learn as well how numbers can be used for persuasion, including their applications to politics and marketing.
This program will feature my Subject Tracer Information Information Blog titled New Economy Analytics, Resources and Alerts. These resources are a must have as we move into the 2013 New Economy and show you the way to obtain and evaluate newly discovered information and data within databases. We will also be reviewing the latest happenings from my blog during the last week. We will be also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V11N5 May 2013 featuring the New Economy Resources 2013 as well as my freely available May 2013 Zillman Column discussing Journalism Resources.
This week, AK & Deb will help uncover the mysteries revolving around social media ROI as it pertains to driving traffic to your website and the actions taken once there... all by using Google Analytics.
We will help uncover:
Which social sites drive the most traffic to your website Which social sites lead to the most goal conversions What content of yours people are most interested in on the social web How to capitalize on the data gathered by Google Analytics as it pertains to social And more! Tweet questions using #SocialGeekRadio on Twitter and/or post on the Social Geek Radio Facebook Page!
During the last 15 minutes of the show, AK will share her App of the Week, and other cool tools and sites in our #GeekItOut segment.
Social Geek Radio is sponsored by Deb Evans Consulting & Saying It Social.
Hello, Welcome to: ONE WEB RADIO NATION.
"Creating Quality Problems" like having to hire a secretary or take that new car into to have its tires get rotated.
WHY? Becuase You Listen To One Web Radio Nation and learned how to blow up the internet in your direction. How to be a Digital Personality.
Whether you are looking to build a business, start a band, get more dates or a better job to land you need to hear this stuff.
You are now a part of the media whether you like it or not and if you do not know that is true yet then you have been in prison or a shut in without cable modem.
This halk/hour sensation is broadcasting every night at 9pm. Monday-Fri (CST)
Your host the incendiary Kyle O is a Social Media Specialist and will keep you entertained and educated and also has free pop corn to give out. Kyle will be having many guests along the way and interviewing top experts, some insanely creative people, and everybody here will be ready to bring their A game.
Peace and Possibilities,
One Web Nation
The "We-oriented" website is probably the most horrible type of corporate website.
Company-centric websites are full of news, events, and fluff, but fail to explain how any of it benefits the customer. Often there is no guidance on selecting the best product for a specific customer situation.
You've seen websites that were so busy strutting around, bragging about their company that you couldn't figure out which of their products was best suited to your situation.
You've see websites that were cold, aloof, dismal, with no photos of people smiling as they used a product to solve a problem, enhance a lifestyle, or satisfy a need.
Here's why you should not focus on your company or even your products, but on customer needs.
Make your website more prductive in achieving business goals. Communicate how your products solve customer problems -- and how your company is differentiated from competitors.
SHOW NOTE: A web designer calls in to my show and adds some great remarks about incorporating a blog into the website, using Facebook, obtaining web content, and related issues.
What does it mean to be self taught and can anyone do it? Is the field of design all about talent? Is there a lack of recognition of minorities in the design field? Join us for Wednesday's edition of Ming Magick w/ Lady Dee as we build with award winning web designer, Erik Ford to discuss how he went from the music industry to web designer as well as how we can make the creative arts field more recognizable to our youth.
Erik Ford is an award winning web designer and one of the founding principals of Him and Her creative studio and We Are Pixel8, Inc. He grew up in Harlem, New York and studied at Wesleyan University, where he received his degree in African American studies with concentrations in Literature and History. Erik worked in the music industry for over 15 years, most recently as the Vice President of Urban Promotions at Atlantic Records. After his departure, he became a self-taught web designer and developer. Erik has gone on to receive numerous accolades for his work from Awwwards, Best Web Gallery, Design Fridge, The Best Designs, Siimple and Creattica Design Gallery, to name a few. Erik is a father of two and currently resides in San Antonio, TX. During his down time you can find him reading comic books or watching the New York Giants.
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Mike Rush who is the Program Manager for Knowbility which is an organization that promotes Equal Access to Technology for People with Disabilities.
Mike shares the mission of Knowbility to train and educate web designers and empower non-profits with accessibly designed websites. We also learn why it is important for the entire web to be accessible plus the search and discoverability benefits to having an accessible website.
To find out more about accessible web design or about their upcoming AccessU event May 14-16, 2013, contact Knowbility at 512-305-0310 or TTY 800-735-2989 or eamil them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer and Luis focus on topics and interviews related to all things media, technology, social, and marketing topics that help the everyday person better understand what's happeing, what it means, and how it can help.
Join me as I talk with Sean Oliver and Danny Torgersen, creators of Lucidity: The Web Saga! Lucidity is a new world of web series that not only takes place in the astral dream world, but encourages the viewers to learn to lucid dream as well. The show begins with two roommates who share each other’s dreams, but have no control over the phenomenon. As the dream world increasingly encroaches on their real lives, they decide to take action and learn to lucid dream!
Tips on creating content for your website and social media platforms.
That's right. I said creating. Not "finding". Not "scraping". Not "copying and pasting".
It''s not rocket science, but many businesses seem clueless about how to generate content and why you need text, video, audio, and image content.