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Most valuable 80/20 customer segments for your Shopify store

As a follow-up to my article about which segments to focus on, you can take a more precise approach. Each cell in Repeat Customer Insights’ Customer Grids is about 4% of your customer base. (The grid isn’t strictly 4% though due to how the algorithm works but it’s good for a rule of thumb). That …

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See how your customer segments have changed with the Customer Grid History

There’s been a suite of analyses I’ve wanted to add to Repeat Customer Insights since first reading them. I quietly launched the first back at the beginning of September but I’ve been watching its performance before officially announcing it. Eagle-eyed customers might have spotted it already. I’m calling it the Customer Grid History and it’s …

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How your customers automatically decay with RFM

RFM scores are built from three components: Recency, Frequency, and Monetary. Though they are scored the same, they act differently. Recency is an odd one and can look the most chaotic for some. That’s because Recency will start to decay from the moment a purchase is made and get lower and lower until the customer …

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An ACME catalog of customer segmenting options

There are an infinite number of ways to segment customers. Repeat Customer Insights includes a few of the more effective ones. Which methods you use will depend on your goals and to a lesser extent, your brand. Here’s a few off the top of my head that cover: how recently they’ve ordered how many orders …

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Finding your consistent big spenders in Shopify

In Repeat Customer Insights I was asked: What is the best report to determine most consistent highest spenders? You’ll want to use the Customer Segmenting reports for that. You can also use the Customer Grid as it’s a visual view of the same data and will let you drill down into the details for each …

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Put a name on it: naming your customer segments

Recently we decided to name our garden beds. We have a dozen or so different beds now and my numbering scheme wasn’t easy to remember (and a bit boring to be honest). We brainstormed a few names based on local animals and assigned them to beds. I used as many puns as I could, but …

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