This month also mark an important milestone. On March 5th, 2009, the Mozilla addons stats was showing WASP being used by 10,000 people!
What's newThis release includes a number of enhancements and bug fixes:
- Omniture SiteCatalyst code version check, Report Suite and support for mobile version of SiteCatalyst
- WASP for Analyst now shows a breakdown of Google Analytics cookie values
- WASP Market Research smarter URL validation & faster scanning
- Added detection of DART Spotlight/Floodlight, Yieldmanager, Yahoo! Ad, InsightExpress, Quigo, Coremetrics SurfAid and older versions of Predicta
- WASP Pro now include a crawl option to "Log Dublin Core meta data" (DCMI)
- Online help is now available (still being written)
- WASP for Analyst sidebar - fixed long running code under specific conditions
- WASP Pro crawler - fixed data export when HBX and SiteCatalyst were on the same page
- Anomymous usage info now opt-in (instead of opt-out) and shown in license agreement
See you at eMetricsI will be moderating a round table discussion about "How Trustworthy is your Data/Data Quality from Web Analytics Tools" at eMetrics Toronto, March 29-April 1st. The round table discussion is limited to 10 people, sorry, no vendors, and the goal is to exchange ideas and share experience related to the accuracy of web analytics data and how to do quality assurance.
About a month later, I will be at eMetrics San Jose (May 4-7) were on the "The Softer Side of Metrics - Is it Hot in Here or is it Just Me?" panel with Peterson and Jonathan Levitt. Jonathan will talk about 4Q and I will cover WASP.
On both occasions I will also present the concept of "Web Analytics Maturity Model" I have developed.
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(Don't forget! "Stéphane Hamel for WAA Board of Director!")