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Webinar #6 – How to Get Better Insights in Less Time With Google Analytics

KISSmetrics who always does a good indepth explanation with how-to has a webinar scheduled for this Friday.  It requires registering (via link provided here) and best of all it is free.   Events.   Google analytics is great but how-to best use needs some explaining to the average user like you and me.

Excerpt: The issue here is that we keep looking at vanity metrics. They make us feel good but they don’t help us build a better business.

What we need is actionable metrics. And I’m going to show you where to find them in Google Analytics.

Right here, right now, I’m going to make 3 promises to you. By the end of this webinar, you will know:

ONE: The 2 most critical things you need to set up in Google Analytics right now (and I’m going to give you step-by-step instructions too).

TWO: The 4 reports that give you the best actionable data in the least amount of time.

THREE: Where the data gets inconsistent so you don’t get blindsided later on.

Sign up for this webinar to learn how to get free data from Google Analytics that actually helps you build a better business.

When is it?

Presenter: Lars Lofgren.
Format: A step-by-step journey on how to get the most from Google Analytics with Q&A at the end.
Day: Friday, July 27th 2012
Time: 10 AM PDT – GMT-08:00 Pacific Time (US and Canada);Tijuana

How do I sign up?
To register, click here on the button below:

Read introduction and sign up for free webinar here via Webinar #6 – How to Get Better Insights in Less Time With Google Analytics.  KISSmetrics

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Communicating What Matters – HBR Events

Recommended and this webinar ties in with topic of the previous post today.  Leadership and management roles and tasks are made harder with the overload and distractions.

Excerpt introduction: Constantly multitasking. Overwhelmed with information. Juggling multiple devices and numerous information streams. Does this describe you? In today’s always-on, 24/7 society, we’re all constantly receiving information — and pushing out more. But how can we be sure we’re communicating the right things?

Listen as Peter Bregman, author of 18 Minutes: Find Your Focus, Master Distraction, and Get the Right Things Done, speaks about how to manage and communicate effectively.

View webinar: A conversation with Peter Bregman.

Listen and view webinar here via Communicating What Matters – Jason Sylva – HBR Events – Harvard Business Review.

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The New Science of Building Great Teams – HBR Events

Note the word “science” and that means you have actual steps, supporting data and the how-to for team building.  Unless you consider yourself an expert already, this is a great webinar to start you on the path to building great teams for your business.

Excerpt: Managers have long believed that building high-performance teams is an art — not a science. But new research from MIT’s Human Performance Dynamics Laboratory has identified the factors that characterize high-performing teams. These factors are observable, quantifiable, and measurable.

See webinar here via The New Science of Building Great Teams – Jason Sylva – HBR Events – Harvard Business Review.

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Cloud storage, big data and collaboration: connecting the dots

Looks good for some answers to the questions now uppermost in management today.  Event

Excerpt………As enterprises begin to adopt cloud services and with big data evolving quickly, there are hurdles to incorporating these new capabilities into the business. A potential enabler of big data is cloud storage, because it lets companies collaborate around large data sets in near real time, something that has been difficult in the past.

This webinar will examine how companies are able to move, access and collaborate around big data files in real time and the impact this has had on their business.

Join GigaOM Pro and our sponsor Limelight for “Cloud storage, big data and collaboration: connecting the dots” a free analyst roundtable webinar on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, at 10 a.m. PDT.

See more details for webinar here……via. http://gigaom.com/2012/05/07/cloud-storage-big-data-and-collaboration-connecting-the-dots/?utm_source=social&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=gigaom  From GigaOM

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Rolling Forecast: New Methods of Looking into the Future | Webinar | April 26, 2012

Event webinar…you do need to register….

Excerpt from their newsletter………Everyone wants a crystal ball to be able to look into the future. For businesses, that desire becomes a necessity because having a vision of the future allows for better and more strategic decision making in the present. Rolling forecasts built on driver-based and project-based planning do just that, creating a framework that supports better decision making. The webinar content will focus on how to define your company’s objectives creating a rolling forecast, best practices in analyzing the dynamics of revenues and expenses in your business, and how to access how external conditions impact your company’s performance.

Register for webinar here……….Rolling Forecast: New Methods of Looking into the Future | Webinar | April 26, 2012 | Proformative.

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A 47-Point Guide for First-Time Webinar Success

Here are 47 tips for first time and every time best webinars.

Excerpt…..Audiences understand that things can go wrong. In fact, that’s part of the attraction to live presentations. They empathize with the presenter, imagining the pressure of live performance.

So a webinar goof doesn’t have to be a disaster. Does that make it OK to run a sloppy webinar? No. Careful planning demonstrates respect for your audience members, respect for their time, and respect for the needs that brought them to you. You owe them careful planning.

Here are 47 tips for hosting a successful webinar that’ll wow your audience.

Read full article and list of 47 tips……..via Sales – A 47-Point Guide for First-Time Webinar Success : MarketingProfs Article.

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Business Intelligence Raising the IQ of Your Data | Webinar | March 15, 2012 | Proformative

The webinar is free but does require registration which also gives you the free membership.   The site gives you information on speakers and agenda for this event as well.  AND you can also request CPE

Register for event here……Business Intelligence Raising the IQ of Your Data | Webinar | March 15, 2012 | Proformative.

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Smart Business Network WebEx Enterprise Site

You do need to register for the March webinar if you are interested….       Financial metrics…….leadership

Excerpt…………special one-hour webinar as Valente and Cunningham show you how to implement 12 key business financial metrics to easily forecast future effects of today’s business decisions.

Register for event here………Smart Business Network WebEx Enterprise Site.  From Smart Business

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AnyMeeting, The Free Webinar Service, Launches Redesign, Six-Way Video Conferencing

A tool update for small business on zero budgets is the free webinar services by AnyMeeting.

Excerpt……AnyMeeting, the free web conferencing service all your online meeting and conference needs, is today launching a redesign of its user interface, which brings the service an upgraded interface that makes it even easier to meet with your colleagues without actually having to see them in person. If that doesn’t get you excited, I don’t know what will.

The company has also added a simultaneous video chat and broadcasting feature — a la Google+ Hangouts — that allows up to six participants to talk to each other and collaborate in realtime as they plan their takeover of the world.

Read full article…….via AnyMeeting, The Free Webinar Service, Launches Redesign, Six-Way Video Conferencing | TechCrunch.

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