Tag: rfm

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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How to identify, track, and retain repeat customers in Shopify

A Repeat Customer Insights customer was asking me last week how to identify, track, and keep their high-repeat buyers. My answer is specific to the app but you can still follow it if you have a way of measuring customer purchases and grading them by how recently and frequently they order. The app uses the …

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Surviving the relatives

When analyzing your customers, it’s important to compare how they perform relative to the other customers. If you have a customer who has spent $1,000 in their lifetime, would you consider them a good customer? It’s hard to answer that. $1,000 sounds like a lot. But if your average order is $800, that’s not even …

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Better customer segmenting by looking at more than one analysis

When you’re marketing to your best customers, how do you decide who is the best? Is it based on how much they spend? Or how many times they’ve ordered? Or how long ago they last ordered? Each of those is a component of the RFM algorithm but it doesn’t give you a straight answer. That’s …

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Finding your most loyal customers in Shopify

A Repeat Customer Insights customer recently asked: What is the best report to determine most loyal consistent purchasers? You’ll want to use the Customer Segmenting reports for that. You can also use the Customer Grid as it’s a more visual report of the same data. Clicking on any of the of grid items will take …

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How the RFM analysis scores customer behavior from 1 to 5

A customer was asking about how the RFM scoring in Repeat Customer Insights works: How are your coming up with your recency, frequency, and monetary scores of 1-5? All three of the RFM scores are based on five groups of 20% of your customer base (called quintiles). Recency is based on when they last ordered. …

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