F2F Folksonomy in Pittsburgh: Web Analytics

My neighbor Robbin Steif, who runs her own web analytics consultancy, is trying something that Pittsburgh needs more of: grass-roots entrepreneurship. Here's Robbin's pitch:
Web Analytics Wednesday is the world's only distributed networking event for web analytics professionals. Open to everyone, and free (except for food you buy for yourself) for practitioners and vendors alike, Web Analytics Wednesday is a free event allowing you to meet folks with similar work interests. Whether you're interested in first-party cookies or just want to eat them, come out and join us on Wednesday, April 5, 6-8 at Panera's in Oakland on the Blvd. of the Allies. We'll be in the back room where the fireplace is, and I'll be carrying a copy of Web Site Measurement Hacks.

Send RSVPs to info@lunametrics.com or online at http://www.webanalyticsdemystified.com/wednesday/


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