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About this report
KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) are commonly used by an Organisation to evaluate its successor the success of a particular activity in which it is engaged. Sometimes success is defined in termsof making progress toward strategic goals,
but often, success is simply the repeated achievementof some level of operational goal (for example, zero defects, 10/10 customer satisfaction, etc.). Accordingly, choosing the right KPI’s is reliant upon having a good understanding of what isimportant.
‘What is important’
often depends on measuring which performance – the KPI’s useful tofinance will be quite different to the KPI’s assigned to sales, for example.Because of the need to develop a good understanding of what is important, performance indicator selection is often closely associated with the use of various techniques to assess the present stateof the business, and its key activities. These assessments often lead to the identification of potentialimprovements and as a consequence, performance indicators are routinely associated with‘performance improvement’ initiatives.To understand your website performance better DDMCA advices to define KPI’s. In this report youwill find the website of the Top 20 DJ’s of the DJMag Top 100 2012 compared to each other over thelast 90 days with the help of Sitebeam.
13th of March 2013