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Insivia Re-launches SaaS Founder Show

For immediate releaseWith the evolution and growing influence of SaaS companies, Insivia moves to spotlight SaaS founders and share their experiences and insights with other leaders, developers and professionals in the industryCLEVELAND, OHIO, October 29, 2020 — In its continued creative and innovative efforts to share its insights and specific expertise with technology, device and

SaaS Retention

Who's in Charge of Retention?

The Marketing Budgets Report by Econsultancy revealed a bias by companies toward acquisition marketing. This bias comes at the expense of customer retention. What does this statement mean? Many organizations actively place a lot of emphasis and spend more money on customer acquisition programs. Unfortunately, these organizations are not paying equal attention to customer retention

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User Retention: Don't Wait Until They're Gone

Churn is a RealityChurn is a reality that all SaaS companies must accept. Every customer you acquire will eventually churn. When and how depends on how your organization handles retention efforts. Churn is a silent killer of the modern-day SaaS business.What is Customer RetentionUser retention is the rate at which your SaaS company can keep

SaaS Retention

Customer Feedback: Why You Need It

Customer feedback is essential. Organizations that listen to their customers grow faster. Customer feedback is a powerful guide that provides you with critical insights. You can use the feedback to improve your products, revise your service delivery strategy, and optimize customer satisfaction. What is Customer Feedback? Customer feedback is a summary of how your products

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Customer Communication for SaaS Retention

The customer is the core of any business. With strong interpersonal skills, you can maintain excellent communication with your clients. Customer communication for SaaS retention is the key to building lasting relationships and combating churn. A happy customer is an advocate for your SaaS business. Happy customers are willing to promote and recommend your business

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SaaS Experience Journey Mapping

Journey maps are a standard user experience tool. Journey maps come in different shapes, sizes, and formats. Depending on the context, we can use these tools in a variety of ways.In this article, we shall examine experience journey mapping from different planes. We shall discuss the definition, importance, and possible examples of the subject matter.What

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How Gamification Increases SaaS Retention

According to a study by TechValidate, About 30% of companies that use gamification were able to improve registration conversion rates by over 50%.So, how can we use gamification as a strategy to retain more customers?Why Should You Consider Gamification?Gamification is the application of gaming concepts in non-gaming contexts. In gamification, we borrow certain mechanics from

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Marketing to the Right Customers Reduces Churn

Defining your target market is one of the most crucial tasks in marketing.This step is the foundation of an effective marketing strategy. From the way you develop your product names to your marketing channels, your target consumer should always be in mind.Target marketing is all about identifying and understanding your niche so that you can

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Customer Loyalty Tactics for Software and SaaS Companies

It takes about 11 months on average for a SaaS company to make back the cost of customer acquisition and retention.Therefore, customer loyalty is crucial to the success of the business. Software and SaaS businesses need their customers to find satisfaction in both their software and services.If your company can provide exceptional customer service in

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8 Software Churn Prevention Tips

Like most SaaS managers, you are committed to running and growing your business. To achieve this goal, you need to ensure that you are meeting the needs of the consumer and mitigating churn.Customer acquisition is expensive. Some companies spend anywhere between 5-25 times more to acquire customers than to maintain the existing ones. Reducing churn