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Customer relationships are more important than ever before, and I love how you have identified how companies are moving "from records to relationships."
It's also true that customers have more choices nowadays. That's why businesses NEED to have great customer relationships... so they can keep the customers they have! (And acquire new ones, too, of course.)
Glad you liked them!
These are great Brian, thanks!
I agree with you, I think that to achieve retention is to keep users excited if the app appeals to the emotions the user will use our app on a recurring basis.
Thanks for sharing these resources, Anuj!
I think this post has a lot of great inspiration:
The post references a talk by @danwolch which has some more detail here: https://growthhackers.com/articles/saasfest-recap-dan-wolchonok-on-running-retention-experiments/
Ultimately it all comes back to understanding user motivations and why they do (or stop doing) anything.
@jwegan's blog is a must-read and I fully expected this to be a great talk as well (which it is).
The point about segmenting your users, and measuring experiment results/metrics for each segment or user group is great advice.
Can't wait to hear more from him at #GHConf18.
No, I have an idea of restaurant management software for attracting customers by providing them with the best service on time. https://www.softwaresuggest.com/us/restaurant-bar-software
- integration with zapier
- many options ofntargettin ( utm parameter etc)
- good design
- Integration with email automation
Optingun - your design options are limited but its the only solution I've found that lets you create a persistent pop-up that's not a sticky bar. Wisepops and Unbounce also have great pop-up/sticky bar solutions.
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