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5 Lessons From Facebook On Analytics Success

Ken Rudin, Facebook's head of analytics, shares five strategies the social network uses to improve adoption and turn business insights into action.

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samicksha
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samicksha,
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11/20/2013 | 11:11:01 AM
Re: How different in the enterprise?
The most impressive point i find here is Make it discoverable, this is something which is really required but as we talk about certified report, who really will do that some company or an organization...we do have hell lot of data and reports available on internet today but confusion stands which one to refer and which fits best...
shamika
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shamika,
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11/20/2013 | 10:19:27 AM
Re: How different in the enterprise?
@David, other than the social media, call centers are another source whether we can collect huge data sets in order to determine customer behaviors and trends.
shamika
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shamika,
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11/20/2013 | 10:17:34 AM
Re: How different in the enterprise?
This is an interesting article on data analysis. Making the data understandable is the most important aspect of data analysis. It can be done using dashboards, data tables and different graphs and charts.
David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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11/20/2013 | 10:04:07 AM
How different in the enterprise?
Most of these sound like tips any organization would be wise to adapt. Are there others from outside the world of social media that should be added to this list?
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