When you’re working in a company that has a big online presence, the amount of data that goes into the data collection and analysis of the user is enormous.
For instance, there’s the company’s ability to see which ads you’re seeing on the web, which sites you’re visiting, and where you are.
But there’s also a ton of data about you that goes unnoticed and unstructured, which could be used to target ads to you based on your location.
So what should the data that you’re collecting and analyzing be stripped away, and what should be left behind?
In this article, we’ll take a look at a company called Digital Ocean, who is doing exactly that.
Digital Ocean’s approach to data collection goes way beyond the typical online advertising data collection tools, and goes far beyond what we’re used to in the advertising industry.
Rather than collecting a ton or even a few hundred data points, Digital Ocean uses a simple, open-source framework to collect data from the websites that they serve.
This allows them to collect a ton, and then aggregate it into a single, consistent data set.
The company also doesn’t have to go through the hassle of building a database of what their customers have been doing, nor does it have to use any sort of data analytics company like Buzzsumo or AdExchanger to gather the data.
Instead, DigitalOcean simply has the data in the form of a JSON file that’s formatted with a simple data type called an API Key, and it can be used for anything from collecting the specific URL you visited on your website to tracking down your friends or any other data that is relevant to that specific API Key.
And unlike many companies, Digital Earth doesn’t use automated email campaigns to collect the data, and instead uses a “contact” feature to contact people who are using their service.
As part of this, the company also provides a “push notification” feature that sends a message when a new customer signups, so that users can keep an eye on their accounts as they move through the application.
But the most interesting part of Digital Earth’s data collection is what they’re actually sharing with advertisers, and that’s where it gets really interesting.
If you want to know more about the company, you can read the full article at Business Insider.
The Data That’s Collected If you’re interested in the specifics of how Digital Earth collects data, you might want to take a peek at the company website, where you’ll find a page that offers an overview of what’s collected and what it looks like.
In the first paragraph, there are a bunch of pretty graphs and charts that show the company collecting data about its users.
But what Digital Earth does differently is that they’re not simply aggregating data from their users.
Instead of just showing a graph of how many visits each user made to the website, they’re also showing a “Visitor Summary” section that shows the data collected for that specific visitor, and the number of times that visitor has visited the website.
That information is broken down by time and date of the visit, and shows you how much data is being collected about each visit.
If a visitor visited the site for a particular date, for instance, and also visited the same day that the next visitor is visiting, the graph will show the visitor’s time of day, date, and time of visit, as well as the total amount of information collected.
Additionally, the data can also be broken down into a “visitor demographic” that can be broken up into three categories: women, men, and non-white, and an “average visitor” section where each visitor’s age, gender, and ethnicity are shown.
And finally, the “total visits” section shows you the total number of visits that the visitor made to Digital Earth during a particular month.
The total visitor data also shows you which ads the visitor is targeting, as a percentage of the total visits made.
If your data collection tool allows you to aggregate the data from a user, you’re able to view all of the data for that user.
But you can’t see that data directly for the visitor.
So if you want a more in-depth look at what data the company collects and how it’s being used, you’ll want to visit the website’s user dashboard and take a closer look at how they’re collecting data for their customers.
The User Dashboard There are two sections on the dashboard that are particularly interesting to look at: the “Visitors Summary” and the “Total Visitors.”
The Visitors Summary gives you a look into the total numbers of visitors that the site has received during a given month.
There are five “types” of visitors: regular visitors