Keidra

49 have dabbled | 6 reviews
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4.17 | 6 reviews

Keidra

49 have dabbled | 6 reviews
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4.17 | 6 reviews
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Keidra Chaney

Keidra Chaney (keidrachaney.com) is a freelance writer and editor that focuses on pop culture, music, and technology. She's been published in Newcity, Chicago Sun-Times, Time Out Chicago, Paste, and more. She is the co-founder and managing editor of The Learned Fangirl, a website about pop culture and technology.

She completed a BA in Communications at Beloit College and an MA in Journalism and Mass

Communications at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a member of the Web Analytics

Association, a former board member of Association for Women Journalists-Chicago and a cofounder of TweetCamp Chicago. She was a 2009 recipient of Community Renewal Society’s 35

Leaders Under 35.

ABOUT THIS TEACHER

Keidra Chaney (keidrachaney.com) is a freelance writer and editor that focuses on pop culture, music, and technology. She's been published in Newcity, Chicago Sun-Times, Time Out Chicago, Paste, and more. She is the co-founder and managing editor of The Learned Fangirl, a website about pop culture and technology.

She completed a BA in Communications at Beloit College and an MA in Journalism and Mass

Communications at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a member of the Web Analytics

Association, a former board member of Association for Women Journalists-Chicago and a cofounder of TweetCamp Chicago. She was a 2009 recipient of Community Renewal Society’s 35

Leaders Under 35.

STUDENT EXPERIENCES

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    Kadesha T.
    Reviewed on 09/25/13

    Awesome, knowledgeable instructor. Whether you're a beginner or been tracking analytics for years, you'll learn something.

    Awesome, knowledgeable instructor. Whether you're a beginner or been tracking analytics for years, you'll learn something.

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    Carin S.
    Reviewed on 08/06/13

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    Anna H.
    Reviewed on 07/24/13

    Great class, thank you.

    Great class, thank you.

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    Dabble Student
    Reviewed on 10/05/12

    The topic was relevant and the teacher was helpful and patient in responding to our questions.

    The topic was relevant and the teacher was helpful and patient in responding to our questions.

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    Dabble Student
    Reviewed on 10/05/12

    Informal, accessible learning opportunity.

    Informal, accessible learning opportunity.

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    Doug R.
    Reviewed on 07/10/13

    Keidra was a nice person in a bad situation due to the frequent changes to Business Pages at Facebook. The class started with the caveat that, "Facebook is in the middle of upgrading Insight's interface." I would have preferred to have the class postponed so that the information would be accurate to what was available to use. Not her fault.

    Secondarily, I think the Insights class is underwhelming because the new interface looks very straightforward and the tips offered were thin on the ground. Again, this is more a Facebook policy problem; they do not like to explain or elaborate how they configure data. The group class seemed more concerned with how to do basic marketing rather than how to analyze data. Again, not Keidra's fault. If the class is re-written to encompass more points (basic SM marketing that can result in track-able data that is displayed on Insight) it may be more useful.

    Keidra was a nice person in a bad situation due to the frequent changes to Business Pages at Facebook. The class started with the caveat that, "Facebook is in the middle of upgrading Insight's interface." I would have preferred to have the class postponed so that the information would be accurate to what was available to use. Not her fault.

    Secondarily, I think the Insights class is underwhelming because the new interface looks very straightforward and the tips offered were thin on the ground. Again, this is more a Facebook policy problem; they do not like to explain or elaborate how they configure data. The group class seemed more concerned with how to do basic marketing rather than how to analyze data. Again, not Keidra's fault. If the class is re-written to encompass more points (basic SM marketing that can result in track-able data that is displayed on Insight) it may be more useful.

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