Data can drive better marketing strategies and help make content more authoritative.
However, when data is interpreted incorrectly, it can lead marketers astray.
An infographic (below) from Geckoboard explores common data mistakes that should be avoided.
Specifically, it looks at 15 statistical fallacies that often lead to incorrect data analysis.
Check out the infographic:
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