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Voted #1 in Vue weekly Magazine , Metro Magazine , nominated 8th in the world against Adam corolla , Artie Lange and Dan Savage in the mature category & Winners of Monkeys Fighting Robots peoples choice award in the amateur podcast awards The Awesome Hour is a SOCAN licensed podcast on all things awesome from pop culture to strange news to bad life choices with a music bed of tasty tunes. From top40 to heavy metal and everything in between. The awesome hour is just that Alec , Ivan and Corbo ...
 
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We’re getting close to winding down our hiatus, during which we’ve been rebroadcasting some of our favorite episodes, but we couldn’t do that without revisiting our discussion with Nancy Duarte shortly after the publication of DataStory: Explain Data and Inspire Action Through Story. Nancy is one of the deepest thinkers in the world of effective co…
 
If your website has a 3% conversion rate, does that mean that 97% of the visits were a failure? On this episode of the show, which was initially broadcast way back in 2017, Dr. Liraz Margalit (at ClickTale when we recorded but now at topicx) pointed out that this would be a pretty short-sighted view of the data. By thinking about user behavior thro…
 
Every marketer is stuck making decisions under conditions of uncertainty. And statistics is largely about quantifying uncertainty. That’s why we were excited the first time we got to chat with Dr. Elea McDonnell Feit, and equally excited to rebroadcast that episode now! Elea is one of those special teaching professors who is obsessed with bridging …
 
The value of an organization’s data is heavily impacted by how that data gets put to use. And the people responsible for doing that—analysts and data scientists—seem to be perpetually in short supply. As of this rebroadcast, there is ample demand for moderately priced unicorns who have at least five years of experience in SQL, Google Analytics, Pyt…
 
One of our all-time favorite episodes was when Emily Oster joined us to talk about data, parenting, economics and analytics. She talked about some of the unexpected (but, in hindsight, not surprising) backlash she received from her first two books that were related to pregnancy and then early childhood. Since the show aired, a pandemic has occurred…
 
Customer-centricity: still an incredibly popular topic inside many organizations, and still regularly misinterpreted as the need to provide a delightful experience for all customers. Dr. Peter Fader’s book trying to correct that misguided understanding was first published in 2012 (an updated edition was published in 2020), and he came on the show i…
 
User research would be a topic worth revisiting even if we weren’t on a hiatus for a bit, and this episode from 2018 embodied many of our favorite aspects of the show: a topic that is analytics-adjacent and worthwhile for analysts to understand, a deeply knowledgeable and enthusiastic guest, and no Michael Helbling. Well, maybe not that last part. …
 
Many of our listeners have gotten to know the trio of Michael, Moe, and Tim as the forever co-hosts of this podcast. And, our hope is that that’s the case going forward! But, there was a time before Moe was part of the crew. We knew talent when we saw it, so we had her on the show as a guest way back in 2016. That show, it turns out, is just as rel…
 
The show is on parental leave for a few months. Neither Michael nor Tim are new parents, so figure it out…or listen to the first few minutes of the show for a few details. We’re working on some exciting things while the show is on a break, and we’re also taking the opportunity to rebroadcast a few of our most popular shows from the last six years. …
 
As analysts, we often have unique knowledge of the data, specialized responsibilities for data-related deliverables, and an expectation that we’ll be at the ready to dive into high priority requests. What happens, then, when we’re out of the office, be that for a planned vacation, for an unexpected illness, or for bringing a new human being into th…
 
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