Analytical reports for skeptical audiences should generally follow the approach.

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The Three Types of Audiences: What to Instrument, Who to Instrument and When is a blog post about the three main types of audiences. It talks about what they want from your website, who should be analyzing it (you or someone else), and when you should do any work on it. This is a paragraph about what audiences want from your website.

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This blog post is about the three main types of audiences. It talks about what they want from your website, who should be analyzing it (you or someone else), and when you should do any work on it. The Three Types of Audiences: What to Instrument, Who to Instrument and When  Analytical reports for skeptical audiences should generally follow the quantitative approach.

Audiences want different things out of a website depending on their type. There are two approaches that analytical teams can take to try and address this need: qualitative research or quantitative research; whichever best suits the situation at hand. Just like with choosing which audience you’re trying to reach, deciding between qualitative versus quantitative analysis depends largely upon how much data needs to be.

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