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50% of businesses cite lack of budget as main barrier to successful online measurement

For the second year in a row 50% of businesses have cited lack of resource and budget as the main barrier to implementing a successful online measurement strategy.

The second most common reasons were siloed organisation/lack of co-ordination and lack of strategy, both of which were identified by 25% of respondents.

The findings come from the Econsultancy/Lynchpin Online Measurement and Strategy Report 2013 which contains a comprehensive analysis of issues affecting the web analytics industry and valuable insights into the use of analytics and business intelligence tools.

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26% of businesses don't have an employee dedicated to analysing web data

An oft-cited rules of thumb within web analytics states that companies should spend 90% of their budget on staff to analyse data and 10% on the technology to power web analytics.

However a new survey from Econsultancy and Lynchpin indicates that not all businesses are willing to adhere to this suggested level of investment.

A quarter of respondents (26%) in the Online Measurement and Strategy Report 2013 stated that they do not have an employee dedicated to analysing web data.

However the good news is that since 2012 (when 49% of companies said they were to increase their resourcing of dedicated employees) the number of companies that don’t have a dedicated analyst for web data has fallen by 4%.

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'Web analytics are just the lumber ... you need more than that to build a house.’

It's been heartening to hear the feedback for our latest Online Measurement and Strategy Report which we again published in association with web analytics consultancy Lynchpin last week. We knew we were on to a good thing when Avinash Kaushik encouraged his army of Twitter followers to download the report.

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