Cre8asite Adds New "Measuring Your Success" Forum

Jun 17, 2004 - 10:04 pm 0 by
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One of the reasons i enjoy visiting, reading and posting at Cre8asite Forums is because of its coverage of a wide range of Web marketing topics. I was always wondering when they would be adding a forum that discusses the hottest topic in SEM these days, measuring success. They have now done that with the new forum named Measuring Your Success.

Ammon Johns in his forum introduction post explains the forums goals and objectives.

We want to get people thinking about measuring all kinds of success, from successful design (which may cover user feedback and split-run-testing methods), usability issues (so can discuss how to measure usability, including surveying users and using study-groups) as well as the obvious commercial issues, (which won't just be about tracking stuff, but also in how to get data and test ideas too).

For me personally, finding ways to count the uncountable, or at least, to measure and weigh things that have traditionally gone unmetered, is exactly what I'd like the mission statement of the new forum to be.

Make sure to stop by and visit the Measuring Your Success forum at Cre8asite.

 

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