In addition to the suggested tools and solutions for intranet analytics at this site, we’d also like to point out that the chapter on analytics in the book Intranets ‐ handbook for intranet managers now is freely available. Below is a taste, but the full chapter is to be found at intranetanalytics.com Continue reading “Intranet analytics – get started now”
An obvious hurdle to troubleshoot your intranet is that it is not accessible from services on the web. For instance it’s quite hard for Pingdom’s Website speed test to reach your intranet and many more appreciated tools are useless. But don’t despair, there is still some great tools. Some of them act as plugins to your web browser, other is stand-alone applications for your computer.
It’s worth mentioning that my book, Web Strategy for Everyone, also covers backend aspects of intranet performance optimization. Check it out, only cost you ten bucks › Continue reading “Tools to troubleshoot performance issues on your intranet”
Intranet analytics is to process and act on statistics and information gathered on an intranet. It can range from simple things like see if anyone at all visit a page to evaluate the campaigns you have run in several different channels.
The reason that one should do analytics is to learn how the site is used, act based on data and report to stakeholders the benefits the intranet continually brings to the organisation. The interesting thing to measure is the results of intentional changes, its beneficial effect that is, and usually it is the trend that is relevant rather than statistics in real terms . Continue reading “What is intranet analytics?”
To get started on the subject of intranet analytics I thought some suggestions of tools and products may do the trick. These tools gather the data, get the statistics sorted out and work with analytics for your intranet, or extranet, perhaps.
It’s worth mentioning that my book, Web Strategy for Everyone, covers a lot of aspects of intranets and the digital workplace, such as the information architecture, performance optimization and design principles like design with data. Check it out, it only cost you ten bucks › Continue reading “Tools for intranet analytics”