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Just Gimme the GOOD Metrics.
Users, Pages, Clicks, Emails, $$$...? Q: Which of these is best? How do you know? • 1,000,000 one-time, unregistered unique visitors • 500,000 visitors who view 2+ pages / stay 10+ secthegood • 200,000 visitors who clicked on a link or buttonstuff. • 20,000 registered users w/ email address • 2,000 passionate fans who refer 5+ users / mo. • 1,000 monthly subscribers @ $5/mo
The Lean Startup• Talk to
Customers; Discover Problems• Progress ≠ Features (Less = More)• Fast, Frequent Iteration (+ Feedback Loop)• Measure Conversion; Compare 2+ Options• Focus on Product/Market Fit (don’t “launch” b4)• Keep it Simple & Actionable
AARRR!: Startup Metrics Model SEO
SEO Campaigns, Campaigns, SEM SEM PR PR Contests Contests Biz Social Social Biz Networks Networks Dev Dev Blogs Blogs Affiliates Affiliates Apps && Apps Direct, Direct, Widgets Widgets Email Email Tel, TV Tel, TV Domains Domains ACQUISITION ACQUISITION Emails & Alerts Emails & AlertsBlogs, RSS,Blogs, RSS, n ntioNews FeedsNews Feeds R et e Ads, Lead Gen, Biz Dev Biz Dev Ads, Lead Gen, System Events & System Events & Subscriptions, Subscriptions, Rev Reve Time-based Features Time-based Features ECommerce ECommerce enue nue $ Website.com $$$ $$
Startup Metrics for Pirates• Acquisition:
users come to site from various channels• Activation: users enjoy 1st visit: "happy” experience• Retention: users come back, visit site multiple times• Referral: users like product enough to refer others• Revenue: users conduct some monetization behavior AARRR!! AARRR (note: If you’re in a hurry, Google “Startup Metrics” & watch 5m video)
One Step at a Time.1.
Make a Good Product: Activation & Retention2. Market the Product: Acquisition & Referral3. Make Money: Revenue & Profitability“You probably can’t save your Ass and your Faceat the same time… so choose carefully.” – DMC
Startup ChallengesStartups have problems in
3 key areas:• Management: Set Priorities, Define Key Metrics• Product: Build “Right” Features. Measure, Iterate.• Marketing: Distribution, Distribution, Distribution. (Search, Social, Mobile)
Optimize 4 Happiness (both User
+ Business) $$$• Define States of User + Business Value• Prioritize (Estimate) Relative Value of Each State• Move Users: Lower Value -> Higher Value• Optimize for User Happiness + Business $$$• Achieve High Cust Value + Low ACQ$ @ Scale
What is Minimum Viable Product?MVP
= F(Customer, Problem, Time or $$$)• Focus on CUSTOMER – Qualitative Discovery, Quantitative Validation• Get to know habits, problems, desires (FUN MATTERS) – what causes pain? what causes pleasure?• Define 1-5 TESTABLE Conversion Metrics of Value – Attention/Usage (session time, clicks) – Customer Data (email, connect, profile) - Revenue (direct or indirect) - Retention (visits over time, cohort behavior) - Referral (users evangelize to other users)• Note: Paid Solutions drive FOCUS (& pay rent)
Example Conversion Metrics (note: *not*
actuals… your mileage may vary) Stage Conversion Status Conv. Est. Value % (*not* cost)Acquisition Visitors -> Site/Widget/Landing Page 60% $.05 (2+ pages, 10+ sec, 1+ clicks = don’t abandon)Activation “Happy” 1st Visit; Usage/Signup 15% $.25 (clicks/time/pages, email/profile reg, feature usage)Retention Users Come Back; Multiple Visits 5% $1 (1-3x visits/mo; email/feed open rate / CTR) Referral Users Refer Others 1% $5 (cust sat >=8; viral K factor > 1; ) Revenue Users Pay / Generate $$$ 2% $50 (first txn, break-even, target profitability)
KILL A FEATURE. Something Sucks.
Find It. KILL It.• STOP ADDING FEATURES.• Find the ONE THING that users LOVE.• How to figure out? TAKE. SHIT. AWAY.• When they SCREAM, you’ve FOUND it.• Then Bring it Back… Only Better.• Tip: KILL a Feature Every Week.
Role: Product / Eng /
DesignQ: What Features to Build? Why? When are you “Done”?A: Easy-to-Find, Fun/Useful, Unique Features that Increase Conversion (stop iterating when increase decelerates)• Wireframes = Conversion Steps• Measure, A/B Test, Iterate FAST (daily/weekly)• Optimize for Conversion Improvement – 80% on existing feature optimization – 20% on new feature development
What is Product/Market Fit?PMF =
F(Customer, Solution, Alternatives*)• Product / Market Fit occurs when: – Customers like your stuff better than other options – Not static, Not optimal – just Local Max 4 F(customers, solution, time) – make sure you’re moving in optimal direction 2 local max• Q: what competitive solutions are available? – … that your customers know about? – how are you diff/same? – in ways that people care about? (will pay for)• KILL a FEATURE regularly (or rotate 1% tests) – Q: what is MOST $ cust pay 4 LEAST func MVP relative 2 BEST alt?• NICHE 2 WIN: RE-define cust + DIFFerentiated features
Choose #WINNING MetricsWIN = F(Customer,
Usage, Dist, Revenue)• after MVP functional use, several options: – better Usage – Activation & Retention (AUX) – more Users -- Distribution / Acquisition – mo Money --- U Wants 2 Get Paid, Yo.• understand ACQ$ vs REV$, optimize 4 short-term – High(er) volume usually a priority – costs may change as vol increases
Startup 2.0: “Lean Investor” ModelMethod:
Invest in startups using incremental investment, iterative development. Start with lots of small experiments, filter out failure, and expand investment upon success.• Incubator: $0-250K (“Product Viability”)• Seed: $100K-$2M (“Expand Distribution”)• Venture: $1M-$5M (“Maximize Revenue”)
Links & ResourcesAdditional References:• Influence:
The Psychology of Persuasion Robert Cialdini (book)• The Mating Mind Geoffrey Miller (book)• Putting the Fun in Functional Amy Jo Kim (etech 2006 preso)• Futuristic Play Andrew Chen (blog)• Don’t Make Me Think Steve Krug (book)• Designing for the Social Web Joshua Porter (book, website)• Startup Lessons Learned Eric Ries (blog)• Customer Development Methodology Steve Blank (presentation, blog)• Startup-Marketing.com Sean Ellis (blog)• KISSmetrics.com Hiten Shah / Neil Patel (website)• How To Pitch a VC Dave McClure (slides, NSFW)• Understanding Comics Scott McCloud (book)