Results for February 2006
  • Log Off: There Is No Silver Bullet (Or Is There?)
    Juggling demands and making tradeoffs requires industry expertise.
  • Behind the Numbers: Men Versus Women Online
    A new study shows how genders follow type on the Web.
  • E-mail Focus: Testing 1, 2, 3
    How you segment your lists is as crucial as what you send.
  • Buzz Focus: Cracking the Fickle Tween Code
    Ever-changing tweens are moving targets, but they're open to the right approach.
  • Search Focus: Ready or Not, Back to School
    Study up for the second-biggest shopping season.
  • Markets Focus: Missing the Boomer Market
    Men 50 and older are Web-savvy, so what are marketers waiting for?
  • Industry Watch: Rooms With a View
    Interactive experiences help hotel chains lure guests.
  • Web U: Thinking Outside the Sandbox
    Want to crawl out of Google purgatory? Here are some tips.
  • 5 Questions for BlueLithium's Gurbaksh Chahal
    Tobi Elkin catches up with the CEO of BlueLithium, Inc., a performance-based ad network.
  • Data by the Slice
    Reverse domain name services lookups? Server error reporting? Server load metrics? Although these aren't of particular interest to most marketers unless they spend the majority of their time in the server room, many analytics programs offer them just the same.

    ClickTracks 6, however, is designed specifically to exclude this data, offering only the metrics that marketers are interested in, such as which ads bring the most visitors, where visitors go on the site, and how long they spend there. ClickTracks CEO John Marshall says the product is aimed especially at e-commerce site managers who find other analytics products overly ...

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