I’m in love with Crazy Egg! Do you know where people are clicking on your pages? If you’re using Crazy Egg, then you do. This very affordable service starts at $9/month with a 30-day free trial. The heatmap may be the heart of the service, but I find the confetti breakdown (distinguish between clicks by […]
This month’s Carnival of Journalism is hack-your-workflow, otherwise known as tips and tricks. I focus on tools I share with my students, my experiments with my iPad and tools to use with Twitter. (Not in that order!)
Google has opened its Public Data Explorer tool to user-uploaded data. You can even ask that your data be included in the public dataset directory, which currently holds 27 datasets, from Australian Population Estimates to World Development Indicators (a subset of WorldBank data) with a host of U.S. data in-between.