Metrilo Updates and News will keep you updated on all new features we release within our customer analytics platform and how to make the best use of them for growing your ecommerce business.
If you’re trying out Metrilo’s Retention Analysis, here’s how to make the most of it.
That’s a walk-through of the Retention Analysis report and a helper what you’ll find in yours, how to read it and what to do with the info.
Let’s talk retention and sell more!
Retention in ecommerce is becoming more and more popular. It works for ecommerce stores the same way it has been working for B2B SaaS companies in the last decade.
In SaaS, you have to fight churn and maximize monthly recurring revenue (MRR) because that’s the metric for stable user base and growth.
In ecommerce, retention is gaining attention for the same reason: the more returning customers a shop has, the better it’s positioned to grow.
Our aim at Metrilo is to help you do the most effective marketing and drive the most sales.
That’s why our email tool got an upgrade and you’re now able to personalize your messages better than before.
Metrilo’s mission is to empower ecom entrepreneurs to run successful business. That’s why we partnered up with Cloudways as our Technology Partner and we’d like to introduce them to you.
Teamwork in Metrilo just got easier with our new feature: tasks.
Another CRM improvement
Last month, we released a Customer Feedback Scoring feature so that you can get business improving feedback directly from your customers.
This month, we wanted to tackle improving workflows and saving you time by managing work directly with your customer data in Metrilo.
With so much data to act on, it’s good to have a place in the CRM where you and your teammates can keep track of what needs to be done for individual customers.
The Metrilo team was having a meeting about Black Friday and the madness we had to prepare for.
I got a message from a friend that made my heart skip a beat and the meeting went to hell.
I might’ve shouted fuck yeah in the office. I was wildly excited. I was damn proud.