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02
Apr

Long Term Fallout Facebook Security Blunders

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7 Long Term Fallouts from Facebook Security Blunders An indicator for a coming bear market is the number of companies using data miners like Cambridge Analytica, which took $95 BN off Facebook’s market value overnight (with an assist from FB). Savvy investors will find out if a public company has hired regulator bait like Cambridge […]

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07
Mar

Perils of Data Without Context

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The Perils of Data Without Context Nick Bilton’s post on the New York Times Bits Blog (“Disruptions: Data Without Context Tells a Misleading Story”, February 24, 2013) highlights the broader risk of assumptions based on counting occurrences (“looking only at the numbers”) instead of scoring intrinsic value. It’s a challenge facing anyone trying to sort […]

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28
Oct

Online analytics – Signals or Noise?

Posted by | · · · · · | Big Data · Brand audits · Online Reputation Management · Optimization · Performance Measurement · semantic Web | Comments Off on Online analytics – Signals or Noise?

Online analytics sources – Signals or Noise? A critique of some of the most common sources of online data. Google Webmaster Tools, Live’s Webmaster Center, Yahoo! Site Explorer, and many SEO products: provide (incomplete) information about only your own site. They report only data their respective search engine/tool provides: You cannot use them to compare your site […]

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