The Measure Pod
The Measure Pod is a podcast hosted by Dan, Dara and Bhav - veteran practitioners of the marketing and product analytics industry. Join us, and the occasional guest, on our quest to make sense of things, having some fun along the way.
This week Dan and Dara are joined by Liam Galliers to discuss why you'd have both Adobe Analytics and Google Analytics on your website. They chat about some of the differences, their strengths and weaknesses, and who they think the target audiences are for each.
This week Dan and Dara discuss the intricacies of measuring offline marketing activities in Google Analytics. What the various methods of doing are, and what to look out for when analysing the performance of the offline channels.
This week Dan and Dara are joined by Peter O'Neill to talk about how he founded MeasureCamp and what the journey was like from the very first one, through COVID, to what the future holds for the analytics unconference.
This week Dan and Dara talk about common Google Analytics mistakes they see time and time again. From using UTMs incorrectly to having analytics siloed away from the rest of the business.
This week Dan and Dara are joined by Derek Ooi to talk about app attribution, and why an MMP is essential. They talk about why GA4 can't do it, and what you'd be missing if you don't invest in an MMP if you want to run marketing campaign to you app.
This week Dan and Dara take a walk down memory lane and chat about how they got into the weird and wonderful world of analytics.
This week Dan and Dara discuss where they think the future of Google Analytics is heading. Spoiler alert - like it or not, it's all GA4.
This week Dan and Dara are back together for the first time in 2022 to discuss how they like to keep up to date with the analytics technology, legislation and industry in general.
This week Dan is joined by Tom Woods to discuss all things data-driven attribution off the back of Google Analytics 4 launching DDA as their go-to model.
This week Dan is joined by George Mendham to discuss what features Google Analytics 4 needs to reach parity with Universal Analytics (and surpass).