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Musings on Web Analytics, product strategy + other stuff.

What’s Next?

My previous post, Here’s to the Future, generated a lot of backchannel questions about what’s next for me.  First of all, thanks to those who expressed interest and congratulations.  A lot of people asked me “what company are you starting?”  So, I thought I’d quell those rumors while they’re still fresh.

I’m not out to start a whole new company at the moment.  I do have a concept I’ve been noodling for years that I’m going to elevate to the status of “side project,” but it will remain a side project until and if it moves beyond proof of concept phase.  I’m sure there will be more on that later.

At the present time, I’m looking for a new product or partner role inside an entrepreneurial company that can benefit from my drive, passion, and vision.  Until such a role materializes, I’ll be open for consulting projects working with companies to define and implement web measurement strategies.

Hope this clears things up.  Thanks again for your interest and support.

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