The DAU/MAU ratio is also an important and informative metric companies need to keep track of. It measures user retention, product stickiness, and much more. In this blog post, we'll tell you all about its benefits, how to calculate it, and tips to improve your apps and websites' DAU/MAU ratio.
Monthly Active Users is one of the most widely used, informative, and practical metrics companies and developers can use to gauge their success, and in this blog post, we'll go over everything you need to know about it.
In this blog post, we'll delve deeper, going over why precisely DAU is important, how to calculate it, and ways to potentially increase the DAU of your app/website and see more success.
What makes WAU so important? How do you calculate "active" users? Are there ways to increase your platform's WAU? In this comprehensive blog post, we'll be answering all these questions and more!
Measuring user engagement, improving on it, and allowing it to drive your decisions is one of the key ingredients for success in today's low-attention-span, technologically driven world. It is key to keeping sales high, it is key to making your business stand out, it is key to getting outside attention from the media and investors.
How to successfully announce product updates? And how to increase user engagement following the hype? In this blog post, we'll go over several useful tips you can implement in your update announcements to avoid common pitfalls and be more successful.
In the world of product and service innovation, maintaining a pulse on customer feedback is paramount. Discover the essence of effective customer feedback collection, why it holds unique importance in various industries, and the strategies to harness its potential for continuous innovation.
In SaaS businesses, more than any other industry, customer support is a cornerstone of your success. Find out what customer support truly is, why it is different for SaaS businesses, and what best practices you can use to improve your services.
Many developers and managers mix up changelogs and release notes. In this blog post, we'll go over all their key differences and how they can inform your decisions when creating both changelogs and release notes.
In this blog post, we'll go over everything related to closed-loop feedback systems, which is a robust and innovative way to ensure products, services, and software always continue to improve by relying on a feedback loop from their loyal customers and users.
How do you design a user adoption strategy to attract a new user? How do you improve your existing user adoption strategy? These are key questions that face SaaS companies.
Do you want to create loyal customers? Do you want to increase profits? If you're planning on running a successful business, you should answer yes to all three questions, and that's precisely why you should care about user retention rate.
Going about the announcement the right way is crucial if you want a new feature launch to be successful, and in this article, we'll go over everything you need to do.
Having trouble filling out the changelog page of your software product? You don't know what distinguishes good changelogs from bad ones? Wondering what improvements you can do to your existing process to document feature changes in your software? Don't worry, you're not alone.
How do you know if your product/service appeals to customers? How can you improve it to increase customer satisfaction? How can you turn this into a feedback loop to ensure success?
Although often neglected, release notes are one of the most important elements of software production: They allow key stakeholders to keep up to date with new features, changes to the software, bug fixes, and more.
Sending information to the user and keeping them engaged is one of the most important aspects of app design. One of the primary ways you can do that is through notifications. Notifications, their designs, content, and frequency are all important aspects that need careful consideration.
Software release notes are a detailed description of the changes, enhancements, and bug fixes included in a new version of a software product. Although an afterthought for many, they are an important part of the software development process, and they require great attention.