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Category Archives for: "Digital Balance"

5 Tips for Thriving as a Woman in Analytics, with Moe Kiss

We have a wonderfully balanced team here at Digital Balance, but data analytics (and especially its trendy cousin data science) continues to be a predominantly male dominated field. We know diverse teams breed innovative and creative solutions, so what can we do to encourage more women into this field? In our recent catch up (click here to read), Moe Kiss gave us 5 tips for women forging a career in analytics.


How Australian retailers are tackling the data and analytics space – An interview with Moe Kiss from The Iconic

Digital Analytics is thriving in Australia, and the team here at Digital Balance love to jump at any opportunity to meet like-minded data geeks who like to call analytics home. We were lucky enough to catch up with Moe Kiss for a chat about all things analytics, gush over our favourite new platforms, and swap tag management horror stories.


Adobe DTM Fundamentals: Page Path Rule Conditions – Things to Know

One of the fundamentals of setting up Page Load rules within Adobe DTM is specifying the required conditions for the rule to trigger. The most common way to do this is via the Path condition, however there are a few catch yas that you should be mindful of when setting up these Page Load rules to ensure your rule correctly fires on all instances that page is loaded, but first here’s a quick 101 on the Page Path condition options.


14 metrics to get you started with your deep dive into Facebook data exports

If you’re familiar with the Facebook Insights tab but are looking for a little more detail and a little more depth, there are a few options to get you started.
Page Summary gives you the ability to look at data from today, yesterday, the last 7 days, or the last 28 days, but with the Export Data function, you can go so much further.


How much is that click really worth? The hidden reality of Facebook negative sentiment.

Figuring out what drives clicks and honing in on that will certainly drive traffic to your site – but are you listening to what your audience is saying?