OX2 Web Analytics Day 2007: Thank you & Feedback


Here’s a little video presenting the Web Analytics Day that took place last week here in Brussels done by Roberto, one of our Design team members.

I wanted again to thank all the persons that made this unique event possible and specially to:

Eric for having accepted to deliver 3 outstanding presentations that really made the day worth it.

Ian Thomas for giving us the exclusive moment of presenting Microsoft Gatineau

– All the sponsors (Omniture, WebTrends, IndexTools, Microsoft, Nedstat & Extenseo) for supporting this event and allowing us to invite the practitioners.

– All OX2 team that has been working hard on top of their day2day jobs to get this event ready.

– And last but not least, all the participants that showed up. This event was for you and the best gauge that I can think of to measure the successof the event are the feedback forms. Besides one person that complained because it was too much oriented for big compagnies, here are some interesting statistics from the 50 forms that we received back:

100% of respondents found the conference instructive

100% said that the agenda and topics matched their expectations

100% would recommend the event to their friends

Regarding the speakers, the ranking of satisfaction was pretty much as expected: Eric leads with almost everybody stating that he was very good followed by Aurélie, Dave and Stephan. On the vendors side, the ranking of satisfaction placed Omniture followed by WebTrends and then Indextools, Nedstat and Extenseo.

I have to admit that we were really amazed by the feedback forms and the positive emails that we have received since last friday. Here are some of the comments we have received:

René, Aurélie, just a short note to say congratulations and thank you for today, I thought the audience, content and venue were all first class!

Thanks for hosting the event last week. I thought it was very informative and I certainly picked up a few useful insights.

I just wanted to congratulate you guys again in setting up this great event. All the people I have spoke to during the day where all enthusiastic about the event and Web Analytics.

Thank you for your event, I was really impressed

As I just told Rene over the phone. I think it was an amazing event on the level of Emetrics (and I do about 25 shows a year).

this last comment really made my day, as eMetrics is for me the nirvana of the Web Analytics event.

Thanks again to everybody that came and allowed this event to be a great success.

And yes, see you next year at our third OX2 Web Analytics Day Brussels (It’s going to be difficult to do better I think…).


P.S. BTW, you can also view some pictures of the event at Flickr.


4 Responses to “OX2 Web Analytics Day 2007: Thank you & Feedback”

  1. Lars Says:

    Congratulations to a successful event!

    Bit of a rush, eh?


  2. Julien Coquet Says:

    A big thank you goes out to the different news sites and blogs who were kind enough to mention the Web Analytics Day ; I hope we can count on them next year too! 🙂

    Here they are, in no particular order 🙂

    Eric T. Peterson’s WebAnalyticsDemystified.com
    Jethro [NL]
    Press Citron [FR]
    Stéphane Thomas – Simple Entrepreneur [FR]
    Ian Thomas [EN]
    Camille Jourdain [FR]
    The Web Analytics Association
    The Web Rank Info forums by Olivier Duffez [FR]
    Amomenti by Stéphane Brossard [FR]
    eCommerce Blog by Olivier Lévy [FR]
    Arnaud Mangasaryan [FR]
    Sylvain Ratton [FR]
    Webmaster Hub forums [FR]
    Med Blog [FR]
    Patrick Ludolf [DE]
    Joseph Haberich [DE]
    Blog Conversion by Rafael & Thomas [FR]
    André Rocheleau [FR]
    Frank Sabel [NL]
    Kevin G. [FR]
    IT ACTU portal [FR]

  3. Dennis R. Mortensen Says:

    Hi Julien,

    Another [EN] comment to the event:



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