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Resonated a lot with the comedian analogy vis a vis onboarding.
I've felt the bar getting higher all the time and being good isn't good enough.
Thanks @tymagnin glad you enjoyed it!
Sounds like a great project!
I'm presently working on my own portfolio website using wordpress themes photo -https://www.templatemonster.com/category/design-photography-wordpress-themes/ . So I'm higly interested in your project!
The entire post was a must read but the "The Risk of Defining Retention Incorrectly" section was the killer piece for me.
Also reminded me of @bbalfour's awesome talk on retention: https://growthhackers.com/videos/video-growth-is-good-but-retention-is-4ever-at-wmd-conference-by-brian-balfour/
Strongly agree. Nice write-up. I think this notion spans all teams. At Appcues we call it product-led growth.
This is just an insane post.
The spreadsheet with the retention cohorts really helps you get a better handle on what's happening with the data vs the screenshots.
The main message of the post also reminded me of the first video on GH to get over 100 upvotes - coincidentally also by @bbalfour, which makes for a great complement to this piece: https://growthhackers.com/videos/video-growth-is-good-but-retention-is-4ever-at-wmd-conference-by-brian-balfour/
+1 for pipefy. More of a process management tool, but can be applied to different use cases: marketing budgeting, product management, sales pipeline etc.
Check out Asana and Pipedrive
Hi Paul. I'm not sure if I understood your question or you objective, but I used this tool called Pipefy (https://www.pipefy.com) for some projects.
It is very focused on processes and works for different purposes. As an example, they have some templates for turning it into a CRM, kanban tool, content management etc.
Let me know if it fits your needs.
Great follow-on reading for how you can use internal data for marketing: https://growthhackers.com/articles/how-to-use-your-companies-internal-data-to-get-free-press-coverage/
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