Market Motive Grad Creates Opportunity for Market Motive Grads

Luck = Preparation + Opportunity

Are YOU prepared for this awesome Web Analytics Career Opportunity?

Mara Alvarez de Lorenzanasuncor-logoIf you have a good memory, you probably remember us singing the praises of Market Motive All Star Mara Alvarez De Lorenzana.

After going through four (yes, four!) Self-paced Courses, she took on the big kahuna of the Web Analytics Coached Course, studying directly with Avinash Kaushik, getting personalized training and guidance, completing a challenging real-world analytics project…

…and finishing at the top of her class, earning Web Analytics Top Gun in 2013.

After graduation, she worked as a freelance Digital Analyst; and then moved into a position as a Senior Advisor for Web Analytics at Suncor Energy.

Here’s your opportunity:

Avinash Kaushik says Ask Me Anything

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Got burning questions for Avinash Kaushik?

Now’s your chance!

This month Avinash says “Ask Me Anything”, and he’s throwing caution to the wind to take on your questions.

Wednesday, August 26th, 9:30am PDT

Most powerful analytics tools? Best KPI measurements? Building awesome dashboards? Breaking trends? Biggest time sucks? Now’s your chance to get the answers you crave from Google’s own Digital Marketing Evangelist. It’s “Open Mike Wednesday” and Avinash has your answers. But only if you’re here to ask.

REGISTER NOW!

New Content: Web Analytics Foundations with Avinash Kaushik

Web Analytics Foundations with Avinash KaushikIn this course, Avinash walks through the major concepts of Web Analytics including specific frameworks he has developed to understand web data.

From a comprehensive Web Analytics overview to organizational readiness to segmentation to competitive analysis, Avinash opens the door for analysts and non-analysts alike to gather a rather deep understanding of a traditionally complex topic and make it accessible for everyone inside any organization.

Web Analytics Foundations Course Materials Includes:… Continue reading

New Video: Universal Analytics

When analyzing data online, we are often missing a large part of the puzzle. But why?

In this lesson with Avinash Kaushik, you will learn about universal analytics, which involves converting offline or distorted data into usable digital information that can be analyzed accurately.

This will enable you to fill the missing information gap in your data and get a more accurate understanding of your customers.

In this video you will learn to:… Continue reading

Avinash Answers Your Web Analytics Questions Live During This Free Webinar (Free Prize Inside)

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 17 @ 9:30 am Pacific

Have Web Analytics Questions?

avinash-kaushik-portraitWhat are the most powerful analytics tools?

Best ways to measure top KPIs? Tips for building awesome dashboards? Breaking trends to watch? Biggest time sucks to avoid?

If you’ve got questions about web analytics, now’s your chance to get the answers you crave from Google’s own Digital Marketing Evangelist.

It’s “Open Mike Wednesday” and Avinash has your answers. But only if you’re here to ask…

If you’re ready… Continue reading

How You Can Benefit From Our Faculty’s Expertise!

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If you’re a Market Motive member, you know our faculty is busy designing and building training courses, recording videos, leading live workshops, and answering your questions in the Ask the Experts Forums. Great, right?

But did you know our faculty have lives outside of Market Motive?

It’s true!

All of the Market Motive faculty are active out in the online marketing world; they’re highly respected keynote speakers, consultants, agency owners, business owners, and bloggers. It’s that firsthand day-to-day experience in the trenches of real-time digital marketing that makes their mentorship so valuable and relevant.… Continue reading

Understanding Unconventional IP Addresses

From the Market Motive Forums: What does it mean when an IP address is appended with /24?

Why Does My IP Have /24
When you get sent an IP address with a slash, or three parts instead of four, it can be a bit surprising.

An IPv4 address is a 32 bit number. By convention we write it as 4 octets separated by dots, because this makes it easier for humans to grok.

Thus a full IP is 72.1.46.37. We call each number an octet because it’s 8 bits (8×4=32) and… Continue reading