All posts by Christine Osazuwa
I’ve decided to write an accompanying piece to my end-of-year recap on how I track everything. Obviously, some people are not fans of being tracked, but I admit, I’m quite biased given I work in data, however; I think it’s a really good way to keep track of habits & re-prioritize your life, especially at the start of a new year!
The music industry has no roadmap, especially in data…
Sometimes people ask me for financial advice, so I thought this was a good time to put a quick how to together of how I went from having $9,000 in credit card debt to having a full year’s salary saved in 9 years.
I thought it would take me 6 weeks to find a job once I arrived in Stockholm. My husband said it would take 6 months. It took 6 months.
So I took a Data Science bootcamp and as the only PC in the room, I found myself figuring out some issues on my own. Figured I’d document them in case others run into the same issues.
So, I always hate it when I receive an email from a company to sign up for an event or download a white paper, but when I click to get to the offer, they couldn’t be bothered to pre-populate the form with information about me they clearly already had (Name, Email, etc.). This is a bit challenging without a CRM, but if you have a good mail client, it can be done easily.
Let’s say I have the Formstack Form below and really want to capture the data of “Amount of Expense” and the User ID that is auto assigned to each submission, in Google Analytics. How would you go about that?
With this quick script I can specify the minute, hour, day, month and/or year that I’d like certain elements to show by assigning them a CSS class of remove or show.
With any post I now make, I just make sure my links use protocol-relative URLs instead of declaring the protocol and I no longer receive errors.
What were the chances that the request would go unseen, thus unanswered? So I thought there must be a way to just send someone a direct link to recommend me via email.