I have completed the tracking documentation for Matomo and have moved onto the reporting documentation. What started as the creation of a simple accounting script to count podcast and newsletter user-activity has turned into the mastery of Matomo tracking and reporting analytics.
Except for the fact that Matomo’s documentation appears to be written by English-speaking Germans in love with Japan I am absolutely excited about my decision to incorporate Matomo into the Grammar Captive website. On the bright side Matomo provides plenty of code samples that help tremendously to sift through its awkward English. This said, what I had hoped could be accomplished in a week is likely to take two or even three. This extra effort, however, will allow me to share with you, the loyal visitor, some of what I, the dedicated developer, soon-to-be producer, and host would not likely otherwise be able to share quite so easily and plainly.
And, it is not just you with whom I will be able to share some of the back-end goings-on on the Grammar Captive website, but also advertisers who wish to customize their ads to better attract you, their potential customer, to their products.
Keep in mind I will only allow advertisers on this site that you would like to see appear, and I will not actively promote anyone’s product that I, myself, would not purchase. What is more I will not allow this site to become an advertising bill-board of little substance. This will be a win-win arrangement for everyone: you, Grammar Captive, and its eventual sponsors.
The nudge.online motto is surely becoming a reality: Social change through commercial exchange!
Watch out Hong Kong! The HKLNA Project is not dead!
No, I have not forgotten podcast production, but I have pretty much resigned myself to an autumn, rather than a spring launch.