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The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way.
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Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Rasmus Houlind from Agillic. They chat about what personalisation entails, the distinctions between implicit and explicit personalisation, the ownership of the customer journey by the customer, and the adaptation of a CRO mindset for personalisation. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/CFHIX ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: How can personalisation drive lasting value? appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/fqIO2 You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/VDZ5P8_Ianc [00:00:00] Introduction. [00:06:32] What is a semantic layer? [00:08:13] Semantic layers in data analysis. [00:15:50] Semantic layers in AI. [00:25:40] Building modern data stacks. [00:30:04] The future of semantic layers. [00:33:27] Building data infrastructure challenges. [00:38:41] The challenge of self-serve. [00:40:52] Google's strategic approach. [00:44:41] Rapid fire questions ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we spoke with David Jayatillake, co-founder of Delphi and organiser of the London Analytics Meetup. David spoke to us about the concept of semantic layers, offering a deep understanding of its applications and implications in various technologies. Despite some questionable jokes, the episode is packed with nuggets of wisdom. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...I think whilst we're still maybe in the very early stages of semantic layers and things like that, I think it's definitely something to watch out for in the future." - David "...You need something that's going to give it context, but you also need something that's going to give it constraint, and that's kind of like what's really good about a semantic layer." - David ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #98 What on earth is a semantic layer?! (with David Jayatillake @ Delphi) appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/hlrX7 You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/f0oL6Fvao78 00:00:00 - Intro 00:02:27 - Welcoming Timo Dechau to the show 00:03:09 - Timo introduces himself and his journey 00:06:07 - The evolution of product management 00:07:00 - Transition to event data in marketing analytics 00:10:02 - The future of event data and analysis 00:13:38 - The challenge of adopting product analytics 00:17:00 - The profitability of data and analytics functions 00:18:08 - The future of event data and event schemas 00:23:02 - The potential of event data in various use cases 00:26:03 - Sequence analysis and its power in event data 00:30:10 - The impact of privacy changes on event data 00:34:00 - Who owns the event data process? 00:43:33 - Timo's solution for event data design and documentation 00:45:53 - Rapid fire questions ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we spoke with Timo Dechau, a product manager and analyst with a unique perspective on event tracking. He discusses the challenges faced by product managers, his journey into product management, and the technical skills he deploys. We spoke about event data and marketing data, as well as the people, processes, and design involved in event tracking. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...And product is more complicated because like there's often not like a clear funnel in there, it's not a linear path that you have." - Timo  "..."It's the irony, isn't it? Is that people think that it used to be okay and now it's broken. And actually it was always broken." - Dan ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #97 The future of event data (with Timo Dechau @ deepskydata) appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/hpHRW You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/vDvvtv4WqNM 00:02:02 - Introducing special guest Tim Ceuppens 00:04:02 - Tim's backstory and career journey 00:08:00 - The problem with data meetings 00:09:08 - Applying psychology of data in practice 00:10:13 - The challenge with agency reporting 00:12:09 - The role of curiosity in data and marketing 00:13:19 - The use of anchoring in data presentation 00:15:06 - The framework for measuring campaigns 00:19:24 - The use of anchoring before presenting data 00:21:17 - The myth of data as the sole success factor 00:24:15 - Rapid Fire Questions ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we spoke with Tim Ceuppens, a creative thinker in the field of data and marketing. Tim shared his journey from film school to becoming the Chief Marketing Officer for Belgium and Netherlands' largest health foods company, highlighting the importance of curiosity and storytelling in data analytics. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...I'm done with not being informed, not understanding what you're trying to tell me, or being shown like cherry picked data where you did a good job, even though we're not seeing any returns, but there was a lot of engagement or vice versa. And I just started to think, okay, so what can I do?" - Tim  "...So Ted Lasso, you know that scene where he's playing darts and he's talking about how he got to where he got to and people always underestimated him. And it was that quote he saw by Walt Whitman on the wall that said, be curious, not judgmental." - Bhav ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #96 The Psychology of Data (with Tim Ceuppens @ Pit&Pit) appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Jim Sterne from Target Marketing. He specifically discusses the changes in online marketing and data since the 1990s. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/euwI1 ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: How has the role of data changed over time? appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/hqFZ0 You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/-7WYFOk3dvc 00:00:00 - Introduction to Alan Lucas and form analytics 00:03:11 - Alan Lucas's background and Zuko Analytics 00:06:28 - Comparing Zuko with GA4 capabilities 00:10:03 - The problem of form analytics longevity 00:13:09 - The continuous need for form optimisation 00:18:49 - The value of a friction score metric 00:26:08 - The impact of tracking limitations on form analytics 00:28:09 - Generative AI and it's potential impact 00:32:05 - The future of form analytics and automation 00:36:01 - The use of forms for qualitative data collection 00:37:47 - Rapid fire questions with Alan Lucas ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we spoke with Alun Lucas, the Managing Director at Zuko Analytics. We spoke specifically about webforms, and the optimisation tool Zuko has built to help businesses get a better understanding of when, where and why visitors abandon forms. We also discuss the potential impact of AI on forms, and the benefits of using a dedicated tool as opposed to GA4. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...What we tend to look at is more a difference in behaviour between cohorts and the you know, the base cohort we look at is the cohort of people who are successfully completing a form and the cohort of people who abandon the form. And if you see a significant difference in behaviour between those two, and I mean statistically significant, then you've got an indicator there's a problem." - Alun "...I think for me, it would be quite important to be able to view the sub metrics that are being used to make up that quasi-metric, because if you just get that frustration score and you don't know what's contributing to it, you could then make the wrong conclusion." - Dara ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #95 Analytics on form (with Alun Lucas @ Zuko Analytics) appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Ellen Cole from Little Seed Group. Ellen shared insights on working with invisible differences and offers tips for businesses to enhance inclusivity in their social media and marketing efforts. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/tBGU6 ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: How can we improve accessibility on the web? appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/bgn48 You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/dwGiFdW-DGg 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:02:38 - Matt Jones' background and Freelancing Friends podcast 00:03:16 - Matt's entry into data marketing 00:06:02 - The intersection of Tech SEO and analytics 00:09:25 - The challenge of proving SEO value 00:15:06 - Justifying the spend on Tech SEO 00:21:23 - Explaining Tech SEO to non-experts 00:24:15 - Keeping up with SEO and algorithm changes 00:31:31 - The challenges of experimentation in Tech SEO 00:38:04 - The future of SEO with Generative AI 00:45:13 - The future of search beyond Google ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we spoke with Matt Jones, a Technical SEO freelancer, and creator of the Freelancing Friends community and podcast. We spoke about his personal journey to getting where he is today, the crossovers between Tech SEO and analytics, and the potential impact of generative AI on the industry. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...If you work in anything other than in-house, then you're going to end up coming across some clients where you feel like you've won the lottery. They understand the impact of SEO, they are very forgiving of the time that it does take to action things or for things to start picking up." - Matt "...I really think that it's not a case of ah, everything's on fire. You know, the world is going to end for us SEOs. You know, it's going to be, hey, let's adapt. And how do we adapt? And it's only those people who are capable of adapting that are going to make it through." - Matt ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #94 Why don’t people understand tech SEO and analytics? (with Matt Jones @ Freelancing Friends) appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with our very own Matt Hooson, the Data Engineering Lead here at Measurelab. In this clip taken from episode 74 we discuss the update framework he's developed, and the costs and considerations when migrating to server-side GTM. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/wxBR7 ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: Costs and considerations when migrating to server-side GTM appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/gkrMU You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/YdobyGA4DWg 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:06:00 - Unifying data with CDPs 00:07:35 - The Composable CDP concept 00:09:09 - GA4's position in the CDP ecosystem 00:11:35 - Google Optimize Sunset and GA4's future 00:20:08 - The future of GA4 and its integration capabilities 00:28:03 - The challenges of making CDPs actionable 00:35:22 - The importance of data activation 00:37:26 - The Reality of Implementing CDPs in organisations 00:40:15 - Major use cases for CDPs 00:44:11 - Rapid fire questions ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we welcomed Rick Dronkers back from Data to Value. We talked about all things CDP and GA4. We specifically digged into the evolution of GA4, what it means for marketing, and the current trend around the composable CDP. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...So I understand why did the new GA set up you know, from a building perspective, they've perfected it to handle more data in a more cost effective way" - Rick "...This is a marketing technology and for example, one of the more recent updates they've done is that you can now create audiences. You can create GA4 audiences from within the Google Ads interface." - Dan ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #93 GA4, the CDP of the future you didn’t know you had (With Rick Dronkers @ Data to Value) appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Johan van de Werken from GA4BigQuery.com. In this clip taken from episode 72 we discuss the use cases for using the GA4 interface over BigQuery data, and some thoughts around where that's going in the future. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/fANO9 ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: GA4 vs BigQuery data, what are the use cases? appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/qwRZ6 You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://youtu.be/BaK-EnMe91g 00:00:00 - Introduction 00:00:15 - Festive greetings and episode overview 00:00:47 - Personal reflections on 2023 00:01:00 - Video games and platform updates 00:02:28 - Career changes and joining MeasurePod 00:03:33 - Launching new tools and projects 00:04:53 - Dan's focus on education and training 00:07:45 - Looking ahead to 2024 00:16:52 - The impact of ChatGPT and GA4 in 2023 00:25:06 - Predictions for tech and tools in 2024 00:36:22 - Industry changes and redundancies in 2023 ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod, it's our Christmas special! Dan and Bhav discuss the highs and lows of the past year, they make predictions for 2024, and shared what they'll be up to over the Christmas period. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "ChatGPT has allowed them to speed up the way they work you know, if you've never written SQL before, or if you've written SQL to a, you know, intermediate or basic level, you can now get really advanced code coming straight out of ChatGPT" - Bhav "I've noticed how many hours of my life in the last five years have been talking about things like GDPR and cookies when I never thought of that, when I started this over 10 years ago" - Dan ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #92 Christmas Special: Year in review and predictions for 2024 appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Marc Crawley from Diversita, a recruitment company that specialises in advising and empowering neurodivergent data, technology and IT professionals. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/fsyHQ ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: Neurodiversity in data, technology and IT appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and AI chatbot - https://shorturl.at/bioqR. You can now watch this episode as a vodcast over on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OrlSP8Tpk4. 00:00 Intro 03:52 Topic 53:21 Quick fire/outro ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod we spoke to Adam Greco from Amplitude. We talked specifically around warehouse native analytics, and whether it's a passing trend or an integral part of the future. We also go his thoughts around marketing and product analytics, as well as analytics vendor consolidation. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "I call it the last mile problem where you can have the best data quality, best implementation but then if you can't get people in the last mile to use the data then everything you did is for nothing." - Adam "I think the problem with you know, being a complete one vendor marketing specialist or analyst, whatever it's going to be, it means that you kind of alienate yourself from everything else that's out there and you never become fully adaptable." - Bhav ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #91 Warehouse native analytics (with Adam Greco @ Amplitude) appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Rowenna Fielding, a data privacy expert. She discusses the difference between ePrivacy and GDPR, as well as debunking cookie consent. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/mxTW5 ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: What are the differences between ePrivacy and GDPR? appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with Phil Gomm and Tony Reeves from Ding, a learning design consultancy. They discussed with us what learning design is, and how it can be applied to the analytics industry to create positive experiences. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/fjmDG ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: Building effective learning experiences in analytics appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: In this weeks sound bite (from the archive) Dan & Dara spoke with David Mannheim about personalisation, and the meaning behind it. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/yAU37 ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: Unraveling the meaning of personalisation with David Mannheim appeared first on Measurelab.
Episode Summary: This is the first of our weekly sound bites (from the archive). In this clip from September 2022, Dan & Dara spoke with Rick Dronkers about GDPR and data privacy. Full episode here: https://shorturl.at/cIKSU ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favourite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Sound Bite: Rick Dronkers discusses data privacy and GDPR appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and (NEW!) AI chatbot - https://bit.ly/3tEDQL8. 00:00 Start 00:15 Intro 00:40 Main topic 00:40 What’s the biggest challenge today which will be gone in five years time? 03:42 What will be the biggest challenge in the next five years? 07:53 Outro ----- Episode Summary: In this bonus episode of The Measure Pod, Dan asked attendees at MeasureCamp London two thought provoking questions. What is the biggest challenge today that will be gone in five years time? And what will be the biggest challenge in the next five years? ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...I think our industry is just shifting towards first party data and our industry is just thinking about consent as a matter of cookies and I think that's a mistake" - Celina Belotti "...The biggest challenge in the next five years will be finding people with the right skills, trained on the right platforms, with the right degrees, the right way of thinking, that are technical, that understand data and that understand business.." - Julian Erbsloeh "...I think the biggest challenge will be as we adopt AI and virtualise users, virtualise sessions, virtualise data connectivity, doing that in a privacy conscious way" - Matt Bentley ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favorite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post Gathering insights at MeasureCamp London 2023 (BONUS) appeared first on Measurelab.
Full show notes, transcript and (NEW!) AI chatbot - https://bit.ly/3FxOPch. 00:00 Intro. 00:28 Self-serve analytics failure. 03:20 Self-serve analytics debate. 07:16 Data democratisation and self-service. 09:41 People misusing self-serve analytics. 13:14 Self-serve data analysis. 16:49 Self-serve analytics challenges. 18:10 Data literacy. 21:11 Overcoming learning challenges. 24:01 Understanding what people want. 26:01 Centralised document for company questions. 29:23 Self-serve analytics solution. 32:00 Pursuit of self-serve culture. 36:00 AI in self-serve analytics. 38:33 How to ask better questions. 40:24 Predefined list of curated questions. 43:05 Retention and success metrics. 46:21 The pursuit of self-servant data democratisation. 49:13 Suggest a topic or guest. ----- Episode Summary: In this week's episode of The Measure Pod, Bhav reflects on his biggest career failure: self-serve analytics. They discuss the challenges and complexities of implementing self-serve analytics in organisations, highlighting the factors that contribute to its success or failure. Bhav emphasises the importance of trust, data literacy, and problem-solving skills in enabling individuals to effectively use self-serve analytics tools. They also share personal experiences and strategies for promoting data democratisation and creating a culture of self-serve analytics. ----- Quotes of the Episode: "...this topic and the whole concept of self serve has been one of the biggest failures of my entire career spanning like 10, 11, 12 years." - Bhav "...self service doesn't equal self sufficiency." - Dara "...when marketers are always talking about like impressions and clicks as KPIs, I'm like, it means absolutely nothing. And like, you know, downloads of a podcast means nothing." - Dan ----- About The Measure Pod: The Measure Pod is a weekly podcast hosted by veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join Dan and Dara from Measurelab, Bhav from CRAP Talks and the occasional guest on their quest to make sense of the analytics industry, and have some fun along the way. ----- If you liked this episode, don't forget to subscribe to The Measure Pod on your favorite podcast platform and leave us a review. Let's make sense of the analytics industry together! The post #90 Self-serve analytics: yay or nay appeared first on Measurelab.
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