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As a product manager, your job is to deliver a product your users love.It seems simple when put that way, doesn’t it?
To understand your customers, it's not enough to look at metrics like pageviews, bounce rates, and conversion rates alone—standard metrics are out of context and leave you guessing and making assumptions about what your customers need.
You spent months planning your online event, and now that it’s over, it’s time to sit back and relax, right? Not so fast! After hosting an event, there’s one more thing you absolutely must do: send post-event surveys to your attendees.
We’ve been fortunate at Hotjar that we were already fully remote pre-pandemic, but we’ve still felt the covid-sting. For one thing, it’s become pretty clear how much we depend on our company meetups to maintain the culture we know and love.
Traditional metrics like customer retention rate (CRR) and customer lifetime value (CLTV) are good to know, but they don't tell you the whole story of customer churn. To really make a difference in your retention rate, you need to know why customers…
Want to win over more customers? Make it easier for them to trust you.A positive user experience helps you build and maintain a positive customer relationship—and product teams can help create a positive user experience that leads to sales, inspires repe…
If you don’t understand your customers, it’s almost impossible to improve your product or service for them.Online surveys make it easier than ever to get to know your users, but even a short, simple survey can leave you with a headache-inducing amount of…
Developing a product without user feedback is like having a relationship without conversation. (Not great.)And while there are plenty of ways to learn about your users—like watching session recordings, A/B testing, and even scouring forums where they spe…
Dear Hotjar community,Today, March 8th, we’re taking the opportunity to celebrate International Women’s Day together. As part of that celebration, we made a short video to shine a spotlight on the remarkable women who contribute to Hotjar’s success.