thoroughly enjoyed the course. A big thanks to Instructor Kevin hartman for this perfectly organized course. Materials were on point and easy to understand. Got entirely new observations on analytics.
Thoroughly enjoyable "journey" for this course. The syllabus was great, very well structured, thus easy to follow. Each module, including honors, can easily be completed in a day if you have the time.
By Harinarayan B•
ID verification takes too long. Please look into it,
By Viktor K•
Not much practice, very primitive examples and tasks
By Kanakavally R•
It gives an overview of various tools available. But
By Stefan S•
Interesting but not much practice despite the title.
By ye z•
A little too simple and too broad. Overall it's ok.
By Karem O•
More exercises and real practice would be helpful.
By Sebastián Q•
Good content, but the course is somehow outdated
By Jorge C•
I don't think the example were practical enough.
It's good, but some of the content felt outdated
By Muhammad S A•
Too basic. more in depth would have been better
Good High Level understanding of Analytics
By Gunjan S•
Please help me out to get the certificate
By Nikhil K•
nice but doesnt give you much knowledge
By Renu M•
Repetitive as compared to module 2.
By Spyros A•
I expected more hands-on exercises
I expected it to be far more
By Aleksandr B•
It was too easy for me.
By Abhishek S•
Good foundation course
By Pason P H•
Not practical enough
By Kalyani S•
Very few examples.
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By Evgeny B•
When going through the Theory course, I often wondered why the assignments are so abstract and theoretical, and I thought that maybe when we come to practice, we will be able to do something with our hands. No way! While reinforcing the theoretical background (mostly repeating same postulates from the Theory course), this course contributes very little to its name (practice). Only the last module on presenting goes a little further than making you ponder on abstract themes. This is surprising - there are lots of practical tools discussed in the course, and you have no opportunity to get hands on at least one of them (except Google Trends) and evaluate it, at least for primitive purposes. Why does the teacher not take the example of the brilliant Aric Rindfeisch's course Marketing in the Digital World with really well-crafted practical assignments?