Analyst Equity is running a survey to help us better identify the issues that we should be focussing on in the blog and our free conference calls. We need your

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Managers’ comfort with statistical information varies greatly. When shown a chart like the one on the right, they either know what questions to ask themselves, or they skip over it.

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Thanks to Dominic for passing me some thoughts on “Metrics Used in Analyst Relations”, copyrighted by Josh, so ask them for a copy. In a few words, he neatly summarizes

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This month’s issue of The Marketer includes an article which claims that analyst influence is falling. Influencer50’s Duncan Brown has the byline on the article, which unsurprisingly includes no detail

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Auditing the rapport in your analyst relationships

Analyst Relationship Audit (ARA) is a measurement for the progress of analyst relations programs. First developed in 2001, it involves a series of confidential interviews with analysts following a company’s

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A ‘Central Limit’ on bias when surveying analysts

When surveying analysts, many AR managers are uncertain about how many analysts need to be surveyed for the results to be significant. Few AR managers are interested by statistical theory,

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Lighthouse’s regular CIO surveys continue to show that the international influence on buyers of blogs, and even of analysts’ blogs, is still modest. There’s a significant difference between the impact

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I just spotted that Forrester Research’s timeline now references Lighthouse Analyst Relations. It cites our June 2006 survey of IT vendors, which placed Forrester as the firm which the most

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