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Why is there so much theory on churn prevention? Smart business people know that business growth isn’t just about attracting new customers. Sure, bringing in new customers is exciting, and seeing the numbers grow makes you feel good, but it’s actually not the answer to profit. Customer retention is where it’s at – so let's take a look at the Churn Risk.
In essence, churn means that a customer stops consuming from your business. A churn probability is daily calculated for each individual customer based on RX Prediction™. This again results in an average company-wide churn risk.
RX Prediction – wait, what?
Prediction is performed via machine learning and searches data twins based on the following criteria:
- RFM Statistics (Recency, Frequency, and Monetary Value)
- Average Order Value
- Return Behaviour
- Order Quantity
Based on this information, RX predicts the likelihood that a customer will continue to place another order. Finally, the churn risk is calculated as follows:
With each day that passes after the last order, the risk of churn increases. However, if a customer places another order, the risk decreases.
Customer churn is a metric that no one really wants to take a look at, but everyone has to. Since churn is the counterpart of customer retention, it not only affects the size of your customer base but also has a direct impact on your customer lifetime value. The report answers the following questions:
- How healthy is your customer base?
- Do your measures basically lead to a reduction of churn risk?
- Is my customer quality developing in the right direction?
- Am I being able to keep my customers active?
- How many acquired customers should
Now, let's see how we can use Churn Risk to actually prevent Top Customers from Churning:
- Identify Top Customers at Risk of Churning
- Synchronize the segment to a Facebook Audience through our Facebook Ads Integration
- Run Reactivation Campaigns!
If the 'Top Customers' Segment is too small you can also include 'High Potentials' and 'Loyal Customers' with a high risk of churn
What you Need
For this report to work properly, the following data must be imported:
- Order ID
- Order Date
- Stock Keeping Unit (SKU)
- Items Sold
- Item Price
- Customer ID
- Shipping Revenue
- Product Returns
- Product Return Dates
- Customer Shipping Country
- Customer Shipping City
How to get More Details
The Daily Churn Risk is shown as a color-coded line chart followed by absolute figures. Trends get even more clear by the growth rate comparing each data point with the previous period.
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