Friday, November 20, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Сначала никакой экономики не было, а было одно говно и ягоды.
А потом прошло несколько тысяч лет.
Удивительный опус на тему говна. Не требует умственных усилий, однако, скрывает обучающих подтекст. :)
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Figuring out your funnels is one of the most important things you can do to increase your quantitative understanding of your website. It's critical to get the starting measurements - the dropoff and conversion rates - before you change anything. That's the only way you can know the effect of the changes you make. By constantly tweaking and measuring, you should be able to really improve your number of conversions.
Mixpanel has a set of functions that can be really useful for a company in the Web. While I still had no chance to compare their functionality to what Google Analytics provides, other than being real-time, I'm planning to spend some more time playing with it.
Mixpanel has a free 10K "data points" account (http://mixpanel.com/pricing) which is sorta confusing for a person like me. I'm more like thinking in visits, page views or things like that. But thanks to Tim Trefren from Mixpanel, who explained this to me:
"A data point is counted every time you track a visitor action. So, in terms of pageviews/month - if you track one event per page, you will use exactly the same number of data points as pageviews."
And, well, Mixpanel wouldn't be something you'll use to put on every page (like you can do with Google Analytics). You'd want to put it only on subset of them, linking to specific actions. Or you will probably use Mixpanel's API to assign "data points" to some triggers in your Web application' actions. This is, by the way, could be also a pretty useful feature.
Friday, November 13, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009
You've got less then 24 hours to purchase this Russian Diver's inspired watch by Invicta for just $99. That's is a pretty nice deal.
They put Swiss quartz movement in, screw-down crown with a cap, very attractive rubber bracelet with buckle, decent lume and 53 mm in diameter (not including crown).
With MSRP of $575 (ridiculous, like there is anybody who pays MSRP for Invicta), however the regular price rarely goes down the $200 bucks and typically is around $249 for a piece.
Give it a shot. Pretty decent watch for those who like the Russian Diver's style but doesn't want to break a bank for it.
Saturday, November 7, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Странная стратегия, конечно. При таком жутком переводе своего спама на английских язык, ко всему еще.Или это какая-то новая инициатива, и это личное дело каждого теперь?