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Learning about the metrics that drive successful products


Customer Lifetime Value (LTV) is the estimated value (generally monetary) that customers typically bring before ending their usage of your product

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Customer Lifetime Value (LTV) is an esimation of the average total value generated by customers (users) over the entire usage of your products. Obviously, this is impacted by two things:


Attrition measures the loss of users from your product or service

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Attrition is the loss of users from your product or service. For SaaS or enterprise software, this may be measured through licence cancellations. For other models, it may simply be measured when someone stops using the product or their account is deactivated.

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Hey, I'm Joshua, a Product Manager and data fan. This is my blog and a place to post random musings and tutorials.