Discovering New Applications for Data and Analysis

Net-Savvy Executive

That's sort of how I look at data and analytical methods. Here's how it works: First, remember the basic building blocks of social media analysis : data, analytics, and application. Here, though, think about the work that can be enabled through the application of data and analytics.

Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach to Marketing

Razor Social

Chemical signals are passed from neurons to neurons. AI and Analytics. Descriptive analytics has been around for a long time. An example of this would be seeing Google Analytics data but not knowing what to do with it.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #333

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My friends: Alistair Croll ( BitCurrent , Year One Labs , GigaOM , Human 2.0 , Solve For Interesting , the author of Complete Web Monitoring , Managing Bandwidth: Deploying QOS in Enterprise Networks and Lean Analytics ), Hugh McGuire ( PressBooks , LibriVox , iambik and co-author of Book: A Futurist's Manifesto ) and I decided that every week the three of us are going to share one link for one another (for a total of six links) that each individual feels the other person "must see".

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #153

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"How Dow Chemical won the battle for the bromine market, in the US and Europe." dow chemical. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see?

Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & Slow Motion Kitten

Kikolani

10 toxins that pollute a happy life – not chemicals, but mental and emotional toxins that hold you bak from living the best life. Search Engines / SEO / Link Building / Analytics. ­­This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, making money online, SEO, and social media plus slow motion kitten action on kikolani.com. The Resources Mashup.

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How Personal Experience Helps Me Blog Better

ProBlogger

If you can turn on the analytical and creative juices in your brain, you’ll never run out of ideas. Here’s the problem: I loved the design/art part of the process, but I hated the chemical aspects of the job. This guest post is by Kiesha of WeBlogBetter. Have you ever wondered how some bloggers never seem to run out of post ideas? They always manage to escape the dreaded writer’s block unscathed; they’re always full of inspiration.