Monthly Archives: February 2010
I recently attended the IBF London Member meeting, a two day, confidential event for intranet professionals. During the first day, one of the exercises was to brainstorm what the corporate intranet would be like in 5 years. And I found the task terribly difficult to do. That’s probably because I work on a public sector […]
After news of staff being sacked for using social media sites, I thought I’d share this video to renew my faith – go on, play it full screen! With thanks to Socialnomics09 How can we harness this power on the intranet?
We’re starting to look at “bounce rate” as a metric for staff engagement on the intranet. I work with two definitions of bounce rate: 1) Google’s official definition: one page view in one visit 2) Google’s unofficial definition: “I came, I puked, I left” On the web, analytics packages work on the concept that people […]
This post highlights what you need to think about when setting up Google Analytics on an intranet. Where detailed instructions are available elsewhere I have included links. Your intranet and web access Check that staff can access specific Google pages on the web and that your intranet URL is ok. For example http://intranet won’t work. See specific […]