Churn

Churn railway station was a station on the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway in England. It served Churn Down, a remote part of the Berkshire Downs. The nearest village was Blewbury, two miles north, which was already served by Upton and Blewbury railway station, the previous station on the line.
Posts about Churn
  • The Coming Polarization of the SMB Software Market

    … Many, if not most, B2B startups begin life selling to small-to-medium-sized businesses. This is a great first market. For one thing, it’s massive. It’s also far easier to reach than the enterprise. Just how large is the SMB market? According to Intuit, there are 30 million small businesses in the United States alone. There are 60 million…

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  • How to Calculate the Lifetime Value of Your Mobile App User

    … Value ARPU = Average Revenue Per User. Revenue may come from the application cost, subscription-based revenue, in-app purchases, or advertising revenue. Churn = Percent of customer lost over a given period. Subscription-based applications often annualize their revenue, churn, and expenses. If you’re developing a mobile application, here’s…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 27 readers -
  • Localytics: 63% of Users Stop Using Apps Within First Month

    … Mobile engagement platform Localytics released new data revealing the average user retention and user churn rates in mobile applications. In this report, average retention is the percentage of users who were still engaged with apps one month, two months and three months after they initially downloaded them. Average churn, meanwhile…

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  • Report: Despite Impressive Downloads, Miitomo Suffers From Low Engagement

    … company Sensor Tower. However, the app has reportedly struggled to hold onto those users, as data from a SurveyMonkey Intelligence report highlighted its low engagement and high user churn seen in the time since its release. In the SurveyMonkey Intelligence report, Miitomo’s performance was compared with two other successful mobile applications…

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  • Infographic: ‘Whales’ Account for 70% of In-App Purchase Revenue

    … Personalized monetization platform Tapjoy has analyzed the spending and gameplay habits of free-to-play mobile gamers, and identified five major ‘free-to-play personas:’ whales, dolphins and minnows, offer takers, risk-of-churn players and new players. Whales are a game’s top spending players, with the top 10 percent of an app’s spenders…

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  • 5 Churn Rate Myths to Stop Believing Now

    … If you’re going to make it your mission to track corporate metrics, churn rate is a great place […] Author information Sujan Patel Sujan Patel is a passionate internet marketer and entrepreneur. Sujan has over 10 years of internet marketing experience and started the digital marketing agency Single Grain. Currently Sujan is the CMO…

    Sujan Patel/ Search Engine Journal- 3 readers -
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