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Such a great resource for building for your customers.
In most simple definition, churn rate is defined as the percentage of customers who cancel their subscription to your product or service within a given time.
To calculate the churn rate, start with the number of users who churn that month. Then divide by the total number of user days that month to get the number of churns per user day. Then multiply by the number of days in the month to get your resulting monthly churn rate.
This is how the churn rate is calculated.
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Thanks for sharing the way to grow email list fast. Targeted users are always potential for business.
All depends upon the customers, where they are going market will automatically catch the flow.
And move accordingly with the wind named as customers.
You're welcome. Let me know if you're interested. We can do a collab on this.
Thanks for the tip! :)
Here's my list of apps I always use while traveling.
Booking.com, AirBnB - for accommodation;
SkyScanner, Kayak- for the best flight deals;
Google Maps- for navigation both in a city and in the backcountry;
Yelp, Foursquare - for the best places to eat;
XE Currency - to be aware of currency exchange rates;
Reverso - for reading signs and menus written in foreign languages;
Duolingo - I find it one of the best apps for learning a foreign language basics.
I hope it'll help.
More travel apps here https://travelsites.com/travel-guides-apps/
Nice article. Also, not just asking a good question but answering a few makes a good manager. However, I'd suggest you make this into a framework rather than a listicle. You could name it an "Intent-based question framework".
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