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Neil Hoyne

Neil Hoyne is an author, researcher, and marketing executive working at Google as Chief Measurement Strategist. In this informative conversation, Neil and Chris discuss the power and pitfalls of relying on data to make business decisions. It’s easy to get caught up in data analytics, which is why we like Neil’s advice: you don’t have to be the best; you simply need to be better than the alternatives.

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Making sense of data

Neil Hoyne is an author, researcher, and marketing executive working at Google as Chief Measurement Strategist. He is also a senior fellow at The Wharton School and an advisor for Capital G.

Neil specializes in building strong customer relationships by analyzing data like customer lifetime value (CLV) and consumer psychology.

In this informative conversation, Neil and Chris discuss the power and pitfalls of relying on data to make business decisions. They start by defining what “data-driven” means and how awkward current marketing tactics are when you think about it.

It’s easy to get caught up in data analytics, which is why we like Neil’s advice: you don’t have to be the best; you simply need to be better than the alternatives.

If you are confused by your customer data, this episode will help dispel some of that analytical haze.

Aug 3

Making sense of data

Too much data, not enough heart

Neil Hoyne is an author, researcher, and marketing executive working at Google as Chief Measurement Strategist. He is also a senior fellow at The Wharton School and an advisor for Capital G.

Neil specializes in building strong customer relationships by analyzing data like customer lifetime value (CLV) and consumer psychology.

In this informative conversation, Neil and Chris discuss the power and pitfalls of relying on data to make business decisions. They start by defining what “data-driven” means and how awkward current marketing tactics are when you think about it.

It’s easy to get caught up in data analytics, which is why we like Neil’s advice: you don’t have to be the best; you simply need to be better than the alternatives.

If you are confused by your customer data, this episode will help dispel some of that analytical haze.

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Greg Gunn is an illustrator, animator and creative director in Los Angeles, CA. He loves helping passionate people communicate their big ideas in fun and exciting ways.

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Too much data, not enough heart

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