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  • Predicting Churn for Non-Subscription Based Businesses

    Predicting Churn for Non-Subscription Based Businesses Being able to predict which customers are at high risk of churning can be challenging enough for subscription based businesses such as TV service providers or SaaS (Software-as- a-Service) companies, but the problem is even greater for non-subscription based businesses such as online retailers, restaurants, and free online media sites. This is due to the fact that there are no explicit sign-up and cancellation events as well as no expected stable Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR). So how does one define a customer churn event without this information? In this blog post, I explore this topic and propose a general approach.
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  • Customer Churn – Go Beyond the Model

    Customer Churn – Go Beyond the Model The issue of customer churn is one of the most prevalent in business today. Attacking this problem typically begins with some analysis of the causes or indicators of churn. That is usually followed by the creation of a predictive model(s) to help determine which customers are at high risk of churning. These two outputs are then put into use as the basis of a larger customer retention strategy.
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  • 8 Advantages and Common Misconceptions of using Hadoop for small data

    Analytics and Small DataHadoop has become today the de facto solution for big data processing. Amazon, Twitter, Google, Facebook and every large company that handles sizable data sets has been using a flavour of Hadoop.
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  • Analytics and Small Data

    Analytics and Small Data Analytics and “Big Data” have become two of most pervasive words in the technology sector over the past several years. They are often associated so closely together it would make it appear that one is not desirable without the other. It’s likely true that if an organization has big data there is some value to be found using analytics. However the reverse implication is not always true.
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  • Predictive Analytics in the Not-For-Profit Sector

    Predictive Analytics in the Not-For-Profit Sector A lot has been said about how data science can be applied to point-of-sale data to help retail businesses better understand their customers’ behaviour. Who are our best customers? What kinds of products do they buy, what regions do they live in and how frequently do they come to my store? From this understanding, marketing strategies can be crafted with one goal in mind – to increase profits.
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  • Sports Analytics provides a public proving ground for Business Analytics

    Sports Analytics provides a public proving ground for Business Analytics Businesses may often have doubts regarding analytics and if they can be feasibly applied to their industry or particular company. Many years ago, the same doubt existed over whether or not analytical metrics had a place in the sporting world. Even before the movie Moneyball popularized the topic, the sporting world was adjusting to the new wealth of information available in the digital age. Currently the debate about their effectiveness is all but over, replaced by a debate about which metrics are the most appropriate measures in each sport.
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  • Do you know the difference between data science and business intelligence?

    Do you know the difference between data science and business intelligence? Is your organization ready to innovate? There are still some misconceptions about what exactly data science is – and how it differs from the broadly-used term, “Business Intelligence” (BI). A business will gain an edge over its competitors by understanding that difference, and by leveraging it.
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  • Are You Still Paying for Traffic that Doesn’t Convert? Here’s How Negative Keywords Can Help…

    Are You Still Paying for Traffic that Doesn’t Convert?It is just as important to have negative keywords as it is to have regular keywords. In fact, it’s even more important that you grow your list of negative keywords on a monthly basis. Take the time to look at your search query reports in your AdWords campaigns. Yes, this is time consuming and perhaps a bit tedious at first…but after a few months, you’ll come to appreciate the value of this effort. Read this blog for tips on how to do this successfully – to save money, increase “right visitor” traffic, improve your click through rate and ultimately, conversions.
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  • How to Positively use “Negative Keywords” in PPC

    Michael Jordan was once quoted as saying: “I never thought a role model should be negative.” Well that may be true in life but certainly not when it comes to optimizing AdWords campaigns! In fact, Negative Keywords are often the key to a highly successful campaign. This blog introduces our first in a series of articles on Negative Keywords.

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  • Infographic: Enhanced Campaigns Pro’s, Con’s and Tips

    AdWords Enhanced Campaigns - tips for transitionThere are some astounding numbers out there about online advertising. For example, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau, online ad spending in the United States alone hit $9.3 billion in the first quarter of 2013. This is a 15.6 percent increase over the same period a year before.



    So it should come as no surprise that Google’s AdWords continues to be such a strong online advertising avenue for marketers looking to connect with the ever increasing web and mobile consumer base. And, it’s also no surprise that Google continues to invest in and innovate AdWords with its upcoming release of Enhanced Campaigns.



    We prepared the following Enhanced Campaigns Pros & Cons Infographic to share our understanding of the new capabilities and how they will impact existing AdWords users. It provides quick visual “Cliff notes” to get you up to speed fast! We hope that you find it useful and would be delighted to have you share it with other interested colleagues.


    To read the full infographic, view the full post.

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  • Enhanced Campaigns Adds some Sizzle to Ad Targeting and Conversion Tracking

    Enhanced Campaigns Adds some Sizzle to Ad Targeting and Conversion Tracking The upcoming Enhanced Campaigns launch from Google will help marketers engage PPC visitors by displaying ads by context and by being able to track these engaged visitors by new conversion types. Read the full blog to find out how these new features can help “enhance” your own AdWords campaigns.

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  • Enhanced Campaigns Simplify PPC Bids – But What Does This Really Mean?

    Enhanced Campaigns Simplify PPC Bids in AdWordsI’ve been reading about the upcoming new AdWords Enhanced Campaigns capability from Google. Of key interest is the ability to adjust pay-per-click (PPC) bids much more easily which certainly sounds promising to both corporate marketers and agencies who manage the day to day operation of AdWords. Read this blog to find out the scoop on what you need know about bid management and what you need to do before you start adjusting your bids in Enhanced Campaigns.

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  • How Enhanced Campaigns will Affect AdWords Campaign Management and Performance

    How Enhanced Campaigns will Affect AdWords Campaign Management and PerformanceAs an AdWords campaign manager or as management responsible for AdWords spend and ROI at your organization, you’ve probably heard chatter about the upcoming “Enhanced Campaigns” release from Google AdWords. But have you had the time to sit down and learn about what this is and how it may negatively or positively impact your AdWords performance and overall ROI? Well, if you don’t have time to wade through online searches, read whitepapers, and the array of articles on this subject, then this blog is a good quick overview to get you up to speed.

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  • You are Just Four Steps Away From Improving Your Quality Score

    four steps away from improving quality scores Though Google quality score information is available in an AdWords account, on larger campaigns it can be time consuming and difficult to find which quality scores have the highest impact on which campaigns. Quality scores are vital to the success of your campaigns, but as a Campaign Manager, you are also tasked with calibrating a number of complex variables that are akin to the oft quoted lament, “Like herding cats!” Read the full blog for four key steps to enable you to understand, make appropriate adjustments and ultimately optimize your campaign performance.

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  • How Quality Scores are Calculated and Used in Ad Rank

    quality score calculationFiguring out exactly how a quality score is calculated may seem like an intimating task – involving a strong cup of coffee and stepping through a complex algorithm steeped in the Google mystique. But it’s rather simple in fact. Read the full blog for a step-by-step explanation of this important score.

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  • Cause & Effect – The ROI of Quality Scores on AdWords Performance

    the cause and effect of quality scores on AdWords ROI“Quality scores can have a significant impact on the return on investment (ROI) and effectiveness of AdWords campaigns.” Is this a statement of fact or a personal opinion? Read the full blog to find out.
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  • How a Single Digit like a Quality Score Can Negatively Impact Your AdWords

    How a Single Digit like a Quality Score Can Negatively Impact Your AdWords You might find it surprising how much impact this single digit score can have on your Google AdWords performance. How? Quality scores determine how often your ads are shown, what ad position they are shown in and how much your business pays per click. It’s a topic I’ve been discussing more frequently during recent customer meetings. Read this blog for more on how quality scores work.
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