1. 240% Increase in Free-to-Paid Conversions in 30 days
    400% Increase in Free-to-Paid Conversions in 30 days
    600% Increase in Free Trial sign-ups in a couple days w/ better 90-day retention on the back end

    These numbers are impressive! I’m assuming these were all from big company projects? The data can be skewed and less impressive if its for a small startup. i.e. they have one customer and you get them 3. 300% growth! 🙂

    Just wondering what the other figures were. Like the actual number of new paying customers along with the percentage growth.

    Very good read.


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