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Derived metrics – what is this sorcery you speak of?

At Summit, you might remember Bret Gundersen introduced Derived Metrics and showed a few examples. What are they? What are some use cases? Check out Derived Metric Sorcery here.

Understanding engagement – now even easier with Discover

Do you want to know more about your audience and how engaged they are when they visit your site?
Find out how to create a calculate metric in Adobe Ad-Hoc Analysis (formerly Discover) that will provide you with some great insights, and it’s dead easy to use.

Discover v3 – it’s the new black.

Discover v3 is out and I can guarantee it will make you wonder how you ever lived with out it.

Visitor Scoring – the engaged visitor segment

So I promised that I would finally put fingertip to keyboard and talk a little bit more about using Visitor Scoring…to finish up the series that I started a while ago.

If you’ve read my previous posts, you’ll know that we implemented a series of metrics for engagement measurement, culminating in a per-visitor score.

I wanted to share with you some of the insights and benefits of doing all of this, particularly in Discover.

1 million rows and SAINT still wants more

While this might be a quickie, it’s a biggy. A big one in terms of the amount of data just uploaded through SAINT. In fact, we’ve just uploaded around 1 million rows of data, with 6 columns per row.

And it didn’t even blink! Gotta love that!

So why do we have a million rows of data?

Customer segmentation of course.