1,200,157 to 9,744 in 3: Thank You All.

A purpose is important. Equally important is a direction. Perhaps even more is to have a goal. When I started the blog I set goals for myself, mostly for motivation purposes. Three comments for each blog post (qualitative goal) and to get a Technorati ranking of under 10,000 by December 2006 (quantitative goal).

I am so thrilled that Occam’s Razor met that goal in three months! I am quite amazed at that because I did not think there would be enough people interested in the content to read it and link to it (or debate it on their blogs).

There is a lot of good content on the web…

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Competitive Intelligence Analysis: Why, What & How to Choose

We already have a lot of data at our disposal in the world of Web Insights. Clickstream, Outcomes, Surveys, Usability etc. That in itself is hard to wrap our brains around.

But there is one more really great source of data out there that I am sure some of you are already tapping into, perhaps not as many of as that could benefit from it. I am of course talking about the data that falls broadly into the category of “competitive intelligence”.

The most compelling reason to tap into competitive intelligence is that in many ways it allows you to step away from your silo, the existence that is…

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