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Mar 15, 2011: Another new talk and other good things

Because I'm getting asked a fair bit, here are the slides from my talk two days ago at SXSW:

You can download them from SlideShare if you like. It's a very nuts-and-bolts talk on how site search analytics can help you improve your site. Lots of credit to Jared Spool, as I gave an earlier version of this talk as part of UIE's virtual seminar series. Not only is Jared a wonderful presenter, but he's a wonderful coach of presenters.

The talk is also a good complement to the bigger-picture talk "Beyond User Research" I'll be giving at both the IA Summit (Denver, April 2) and UX Lisbon (umm, Lisbon, May 13). This one seems to be getting a lot of SlideShare love; I'm pretty excited about it.

I'm giving a lot of talks lately. And, if you've known me lo these past six or so years, the site search analytics book is done! Should go on sale in May. Click here to get notified (and a discount) when it goes on sale.

And SXSW? What a blast, though one day was plenty. Good to be home. Thanks to Fred Beecher for organizing a wonderful panel (which SXSW oddly calls a "workshop"); it was great to hear his and Austin Govella's takes on the intersections of web analytics and user research.

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Comment: Joe sokohl (Mar 15, 2011)

I'm hoping to preorder it at least at the IA Summit...yes?

Comment: Lou (Mar 15, 2011)

Not sure. :-/ We try to do this roughly a month out, and I'm thinking that the book will be out mid/late-May.

But... you can preorder this: http://rosenfeldmedia.com/products/future-pack/

Comment: E-ticketing (Mar 17, 2011)

Excellent. This presentation is awesome.

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