I’m just getting back from a nice end of the summer vacation spent in the woods of northern Pennsylvania. No electronics, clear night skies and great post-Irene weather. A really nice way to re-charge for what is going to be a busy first quarter at Semphonic.
Of course there’s XChange coming up in San Diego from Sept 12-15. Like last year, this is going to be a sold out gathering. I’ll be teaching two ThinkTank sessions on 9/12: Managing a Digital Analytics Program and Beyond Visits and Page Views…How to Develop Actionable, Web Metrics, Reports and Analysis. Look forward to seeing you there.
Right before XChange, we’re going to be offering a free webinar on migrating to SiteCatalyst 15. Join me, Paul Legutko and Chris Meares this coming Thursday, September 8th at 1pm EST/10amPST as we take a look at what’s new, what’s missing, and what to prepare for during your transition. As Adobe starts to pick up the pace on migrations, make sure that you know what to expect.
Once you register, you’ll receive your free copy of our new SiteCatalyst 15 Transition Guide. Don’t forget to submit any questions that you have when you register. This way we’ll make sure that your questions get top priority. To register now, just go to: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/938012200
And finally, on October 4th, we’re kicking off our Profile in Web Analytics series in Washington DC with Nina Mishkin of American Express. Nina will be providing some great case histories, tips and techniques for how she measures success for one of AMEX’s most heavily trafficked global web sites.
This will be the first in an ongoing quarterly series that we’re putting on with the Web Managers Roundtable. Comcast and The Economist will be first up in 2012. If you’re in the Washington DC area and you want to get inspiring and practical advice from folks who are doing great analytics work, you’ll want to check these out. More details to come.
To register for the October event, go to: http://bit.ly/n9tsM4. Seating is limited so sign up soon to reserve your spot.
I hope you’ll be able to join us for these events as you get back into the post-summer swing of things.