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  1. How to Introduce a Politics-Free Prioritization Model for Analytics Reporting

    Eventually, every practice runs into the problem of having to prioritize competing stakeholder demands, which is a great problem to have, but without the proper prioritization model in place, many shops can quickly fall victim to politics and...

  2. 5 Advanced (But Simple) SEO Analyses You Should Perform With Visitor Intelligence

    For the marketing-scientist, visitor and lead intelligence provides an analysis paradise, but be aware of the infamous analysis-paralysis. This is the most important analysis you should do after connecting SEO, visitor intelligence and sales data.

  3. Is There Such a Thing as the Perfect SEO?

    Some of the brightest people in this industry can get carried away with analysis paralysis (there's so much to take in). They love research, and are able to use their findings from keyword research and competitive analysis to draft a content and...

  4. Keep Your Ideas Simple and Increase Conversions

    So, avoiding "decision paralysis" is one key aspect of keeping an idea simple. One study involved an analysis of retirement contributions made by employees through company-offered retirement plans. One of the great speakers at the recent SES San...

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  5. Get It Right Now by Reading "Do It Wrong Quickly"

    This book would also make a nice holiday gift to give clients suffering from “analysis paralysis” or “acute planning disorder,” for reading it may help relieve these two common marketing maladies. Mike Moran's Do It Wrong Quickly: How the Web...

  6. Getting a Jump on the Business Intelligence Imperative

    Avoid Paralysis From Over-Analysis Search engine marketing is speeding the revolution of all forms of marketing from a purely creative expertise to one that begins and ends with quantitative data analysis, leaving little room for creativity in the...

  7. Yahoo Exec Releases Jerry Maguire-Style Reform Memo

    We are held hostage by our analysis paralysis. Some excerpts: I proudly bleed purple and, yellow everyday! And like so many people here, I love this company But all is not well. Last Thursday's NY Times article was a blessing in the disguise of a...