July 30, 2016

Firefox and Chrome Get WebRTC Interoperability

February 6, 2013 Zach Walton

WebRTC is the future of Web communication if the W3C has anything to say about it. It’s an HTML5 technology that turns your browser into a video/audio communication tool. The only problem standing in its way was that it would only work if both users were on the same browser, […]

How To Decide What Is Important To Analyze On Your Site

December 17, 2009 Gary Angel

Online Applications and highly-interactive web sites written in full-on programming languages are becoming the norm on the web, not the rare exception. Measuring these applications is challenging for a whole host of reasons. In my last post, I talked about the inevitable trade-offs between the desire for extensive measurement and […]

H1 Tags Are Still Very Useful In Site Optimization

December 17, 2009 Patrick Hare

The H1 tag has been a component of SEO for some time, and we are still finding it useful as a factor in on-page optimization. Search engines use this piece of code to better classify the topic of the entire page, and recent testing (or retesting, since it has been […]

Automating Your Web Analytics Testing

December 17, 2009 Gary Angel

Online Applications and highly-interactive web sites written in full-on programming languages are becoming the norm on the web, not the rare exception. Measuring these applications is challenging for a whole host of reasons. In my last post, I talked about what a real application measurement framework might look like. In […]