Data Analysis

COUNTIF in Excel

Practical functions in Excel: COUNTIF explained

What is COUNTIF? With Excel, Microsoft provides a helpful spreadsheet program. The application combines numerous functions – most of which many users are unaware of. It therefore makes all the more sense to learn more about it and use the program for more than just creating tables. The COUNTIF function helps you create statistics, for example. We explain clearly how to use COUNTIF correctly in...

Free Microsoft Excel alternatives

Microsoft excel alternatives: 5 premium free-of-charge applications

For many companies, spreadsheets are a part of day-to-day business: whether to compare costs, create diagrams, or plan financing and revenue streams, most tend to gravitate towards Microsoft Excel for their calculations. But is there any way around having to pay for this expensive product? We’ll show you 5 of the best alternatives to Microsoft Excel.

KPIs in online marketing

KPIs (key performance indicators) in online marketing

In the world of online business there are various performance indicators which are used to measure the success or failure of a business. In the e-commerce and publishing sector, analytical tools enable you to develop various optimisation measures based on KPI's as well as allowing you to get the most out of individual pages and campaigns. The tools can be used to uncover any weaknesses and show...

Buyer personas for optimal targeting

Buyer personas: Getting to know your customers better

When it comes to online marketing, data is what counts most today. But what good is the information you have collected and analysed if you address indefinite groups of people in your messages? It is better to identify the people behind the data set and focus on them. Creating concrete buyer personas helps to better align marketing measures with the target group.

Measuring success: Instagram statistics & analysis tools

Instagram for business – part 3: measuring success

Monitoring success is an indispensable part of advertising, and social media marketing with Instagram is no different. Without analysis, you lose the overview as well as optimisation potential, and your hard-won followers might withdraw. If you want to prevent this, you should keep a close eye on your account - with Instagram statistics or an Instagram follower analysis.

Attribution models in online marketing

Attribution models

Any marketer will tell you that getting your marketing strategy right is the most important thing for businesses online. To reach your potential target group as effectively as possible, it makes sense to have an ideal mix of different advertising channels. But how do you know that you’re spending your marketing budget in the right areas? Which ad channel is the best one for you to invest in? This...

Kibana tutorial

Kibana dashboard tutorial for beginners

If large amounts of data have to be indexed and structured, the license-free engine, Elasticsearch, is a popular solution. The Kibana web interface is often used to present the processed data in an appealing form. Together with Elasticsearch and Logstash, this forms the so-called ELK stack. In our Kibana tutorial, we explain step by step how to get the server application Kibana up and running and...

Cohort analysis – understanding user behavior

Cohort analyses – a quick insight into user behaviour

Tools like Google Analytics provide store and website operators with extensive data about customers and visitors. Performing an analysis of this information is crucial if you want to accelerate the success of your web project. Examining the database isn’t as easy as it sounds. Cohort analyses are becoming more and more frequent in online marketing to help companies define user behaviour and...

Demand generation

Demand generation – strategy for sustainable customer relationships

Demand generation and lead generation are two fundamentally different concepts, but are often used interchangeably. A prospective customer does not necessarily have to qualify as a lead in order to be valuable for economic gain. It could end up looking totally different, for example, when the customer or business partner enters into a long-term relationship with a company. Specialist know-how and...

Google Data Studio for visual data analyses

Google Data Studio: setting the scene with your data

Data analysis is a purely theoretical matter for most people. But in order to provide the customer with information, it’s important to be able to visualise sets of data. With Google Data Studio, you can summarise data from different sources into one handy report. Our guide gives you an overview of Google’s latest offering.


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