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News - February 8, 2013

Contests, counting clicks and getting hired

by Angela Hey

It's getting easier for businesses to understand consumer behavior online. Take Cloudmeter, located just off Castro Street. Its Pion software lets a website owner replay your clicks and see pages you've visited. A sales agent can tell what products you've been looking at by following the pages, pictures and ads you've seen on a shopping site. A customer service rep can see which help files you've looked at. A security expert can see where a fraudulent buyer has clicked.

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Posted by Angela Hey
Mountain View Voice Blogger
on Feb 14, 2013 at 11:29 am

Angela Hey is a registered user.

Here are the links for the article:
- Cloudmeter (http://www.cloudmeter.com)
- Michael Dickey, CEO Cloudmeter LinkedIn Bio (www.linkedin.com/in/mikedickey)
- OpinionLab (http://www.opinionlab.com)
- MindSumo (http://www.mindsumo.com)


Posted by Angela Hey
Mountain View Voice Blogger
on Feb 14, 2013 at 11:34 am

Angela Hey is a registered user.

Here are some more links:
- Google Analytics (Web Link
- Adobe Analytics (was Omniture) (Web Link
- Recology (Web Link
- Kaggle (Web Link
- Innocentive (Web Link


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