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Webinar: How Customer Analytics Grows Your Business Faster than Web Analytics

The slides to this webinar are located here:

If you missed the webinar, we pre-recorded it during a test run yesterday. You can watch that video here:

It’s spring time again, and if you’re doing some business cleaning and improvement now’s a good time to consider learning about Customer Analytics.

Customer analytics is a great way to get rid of useless clutter in your life by eliminating the need for monthly traffic reports, and replacing them with useful customer analytics reports.

“But wait!?! – Aren’t traffic reports important? I need to be able to tell my boss how much traffic we’re getting. Those are important metrics!”

Not really. Wouldn’t your boss be happier knowing metrics like:

  • Subscription Rates?
  • Revenues?
  • Lifetime Value???

Metrics that actually matter to the business? And more importantly – help you and your boss make actionable decisions on where to take the business next?

Well… we would love to show you and your boss an inside look into the world of customer analytics. Please join us for our next webinar! (Details Below)

When is it?

Presenter: Lars Lofgren.
Format: Overview of Customer Analytics with Q&A at the end.
Day: Friday, May 25th 2012
Time: 10 AM PDT

Sign up for the free webinar below:

Sneak Peek

We’ll be going over some of the better analytics insights you and your company can use to improve customer retention, subscriptions and user experience. For example:

How and why it’s important to track revenue….

revenue overview

How you can examine customer behavior to improve user experience, time to sign-up, and increase cash flow…

customer behavior

And how conversion funnel analysis should be the first report you look at every day (and not pageviews!)

conversion funnel analysis

Sign up for the free webinar below:

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