Another Blog Worth Reading
I love web analytics. It is one of my life’s highlights to have gotten involved with it when it was still fairly young, all the way back in 2004. For all of you that are longer in the tooth than I am, before scoffing just think about what was available online back then. Basically a couple of vendor sponsored white papers [PDF], ClickZ articles, A few blogs, and the Yahoo Group. Today, I have 45 web analytics blogs [OPML] in my Google Reader (and I am fairly selective). I recently wrote about some bloggers that need to post more. As evidence of my “pull” in the industry none of them have actually taken me up on it, but a couple have indicated a return soon. Yesterday I stumbled on another jewel of a web analytics blogger: Paul Strupp.
My endorsement is not exactly the Colbert Bump, but here’s why I like his blog:
Very intelligent and very experienced.
I can relate to his style. He doesn’t take a know it all attitude in his writing.
He is a real practitioner solving for real problems a web analyst faces.
Here are some links to good content to get you started. After that you should subscribe to his feed.