"We have been using Urchin to parse our server logs for nearly a decade, but even the latest version is not as nice as GA. When I say not as nice, I mean it struggles with things like mobile detection.
Not too surprising, since Google owns…"
"Mostly, the concern has been data ownership by a third party. If some organization (government or otherwise) wants this data, it's beneficial for the decision of releasing it to belong to you. When you run GA, you are giving away the right to…"
"If your primary content is fairly portable, you're talking about one-time setup with intermittent maintenance. By portable, I mean that the mobile version could feed off RSS, XML, and API data so that the content is automated."
"We don't use GA directly on our homepage because of privacy concerns, but we do use it on our search site and that has seen definite growth in over the last year in mobile browsers hitting it. It's up to 3% on that site.
"From what I have heard, the complaint against Penn State was a last resort and the accessibility concerns in State College are systemic in nature. Things will change; there are some folks passionate about accessibility on their campus. And they have…"
"We are currently running jQTouch in a soon-to-be-released mobile site (using Mobile Web OSP).
I have been experimenting with jQuery Mobile in my free time.
Right now, the biggest advantage jQuery Mobile has over jQTouch is accessibility.…"
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"As Annette said, it depends on why you're doing it. What are the problems that need to be solved, and what are the outcomes that can be measured? I'm planning to switch to a CMS from not having one this coming year, and most of our issues…"
"For our global header nav, I've been tracking every click as an event in Google Analytics for several months. It's pretty clear now which links are popular and which are being ignored. I also use Crazy Egg to see clicks on the current…"
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