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Pinterest's 27 Most Important Internal Business Metrics

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Pinterest's 27 Most Important Internal Business Metrics

  1. 1. Growth Engineer @Pinterest John Egan (http://jwegan.com/) (HTTP://JWEGAN.COM/) About Me (http://jwegan.com/about-john-egan/) Speaking Engagements (http://jwegan.com/speaking-engagements/) @jwegan_com (http://twitter.com/jwegan_com) say hello (mailto:me@jwegan.com) LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/jwegan)   (HTTPS://GITHUB.COM/GRAVITYONMARS/WP-SVBTLE) The 27 Metrics in Pinterest’s Internal Growth Dashboard (http://jwegan.com/growth- hacking/27-metrics-pinterests- internal-growth-dashboard/) One question I often get asked by people starting out on growth is “what metrics should be in my growth dashboard?”. I’ve written before about what metrics we value at Pinterest (http://www.google.com/url?q=http%3A%2F%2Fengineering.pinterest.com%2Fpost%2F86533331849%2Fhow-pinterest-drives-sustainable- growth&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNE36pao14Nu2e8zIK0ZHg1j_i27AA). In this post however, I’ll give people a peek behind the scenes and share what our internal growth dashboard looks like. We have organized our dashboard to reflect our user growth model. We start with our top line growth metric of MAUs. Then we follow the user lifecycle funnel; starting with acquisition metrics, followed by activation, engagement, and finally resurrection. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/growth_model.png)   MAUs 1. Current progress to goal: Current number of MAUs & how much progress we’ve made towards our quarterly MAU goal. 2. MAU Forecast: Forecast of the number of MAUs we could expect to have extrapolated from our growth rate at the same time during previous years. We include this metric to help us anticipate the effect of seasonality on our growth numbers. 522 Shares 246 Get Updates I don't write posts often. Enter your email to make sure you're the first to know when I do. Powered by SumoMe (https://sumome.com/?src=sm-sb-59d308d2896bf1b266b046fb656ed54ac5844364129f5c55b0a9d4e123bd145e) Enter your Email Subscribe Now ×
  2. 2. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/mau_to_forecast.png) 3. MAUs by app 4. MAUs by gender 5. MAUs by country: Tracking total number of MAUs in every single country would obviously be overwhelming to view on a chart, so instead we bucket countries together. The buckets we use are USA, Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, and Rest of World. The tiers are based on size of Internet population, Internet ad spending, etc. 6. MAU Accounting: The MAU accounting helps us see what factors are contributing the most to our MAU growth. Specifically we split out total number of signups, resurrections, existing users churning out and new users churning out. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/mau_accounting.png)   Acquisition 7. Total signups 8. Signups by app 9. Signups by referrer 522 Shares 246 Get Updates I don't write posts often. Enter your email to make sure you're the first to know when I do. Powered by SumoMe (https://sumome.com/?src=sm-sb-59d308d2896bf1b266b046fb656ed54ac5844364129f5c55b0a9d4e123bd145e) Enter your Email Subscribe Now ×
  3. 3. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/signups_by_referrer.png) 10, 11, 12. Invites Sent, Unique Invite Senders, and Invite Signups   Activation  13. Overall Activation Rate: 1d7s is a term we use to refer to users who come back 1 or more times in the week following signup. We measure overall activation rate as 1d7s/signups, or in other words, the percentage of new signups that visit Pinterest again in the week following signup.  14. Activation by app: This is the same metric of 1d7s/signups split out by platform. We’ve seen that different platforms can actually have pretty dramatic differences in activation rates. 15. Activation by referrer source 16. Activation by gender 522 Shares 246 522 Get Updates I don't write posts often. Enter your email to make sure you're the first to know when I do. Powered by SumoMe (https://sumome.com/?src=sm-sb-59d308d2896bf1b266b046fb656ed54ac5844364129f5c55b0a9d4e123bd145e) Enter your Email Subscribe Now ×
  4. 4. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/retention_by_gender.png) 17. Overall signups to 1rc7: This metric is similar to the signups to 1d7 except it measures the percentage of new signups that repinned a pin or clicked on a pin in the week following signup. We use this metric to measure as a leading indicator of how well we are activating users into the highly engaged user buckets  18. 1rc7s by app 19. Signups to 1rc7 ratio by app 20. Signups to engagement funnel by app: This metric tracks the percentage of new signups that are still doing key actions during a one-week time window of 28-35 days after signup. Specifically, we track 35 days after a user signs up, what percentage of them are still an MAU, WARC (weekly active repinner or clicker), WAC (weekly active clicker), or WAR (weekly active repinner). 21. Signup engagement funnel by gender 22. Signups to WAU 35 days after signup: This is one of our key activation metrics. We track the total percentage of users who are still a WAU one month after signup.  Specifically we look to see what percentage of signups were active between 28-35 days after signup.   Engagement  23. *AU ratios: We track the ratio of DAUs to MAUs, WAUs to MAUs, and DAUs to WAUs. The ratio between *AUs is a popular metric to gauge how engaged users are with your app. (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/*au_ratios.png) 24. Email Summary by type: Table of total number of emails sent, opened, & clicked-through split out by email type. 522 Shares 246 522 Shares 246 Get Updates I don't write posts often. Enter your email to make sure you're the first to know when I do. Powered by SumoMe (https://sumome.com/?src=sm-sb-59d308d2896bf1b266b046fb656ed54ac5844364129f5c55b0a9d4e123bd145e) Enter your Email Subscribe Now ×
  5. 5. Also read... Comments 24. Email Summary by type: Table of total number of emails sent, opened, & clicked-through split out by email type. 25. Push notification summary by type: Table of total number of push notifications sent & opened split out by type and by platform (iOS & Android).   Resurrections 26. Resurrections by platform: Total number of users that were dormant for 28+ days, but then came back to Pinterest, split out by which platform they came back on. 27. Resurrections by referrer (https://s3.amazonaws.com/jwegan-blog/growth_dashboard/resurrections.png) To wrap up, you can see we put a big emphasis on activation (the process of getting a new user to convert to a MAU). This is because we consider activation critical to long-term sustainable growth. Strong activation rates are necessary if you want to be able to scale a service to hundreds of millions of users.  We also put an emphasis on segmentation by gender, country, referrer, etc., to more deeply understand how different segments of users interact with Pinterest and see which segments are underperforming. If you have any questions feel free to ping me on twitter (https://twitter.com/jwegan_com) or drop me a line (mailto:me@jwegan.com). 4 Metrics Every Growth Hacker Should Be Watching (http://jwegan.com/growth-hacking/4-growth-hacker-metrics/) 164 When do features drive growth? (http://jwegan.com/growth-hacking/features-drive-growth/) 94 The Secret to Effective Geofencing (http://jwegan.com/growth-hacking/effective-geofencing/) 70 The Growth Hacker’s Guide to Push Notifications (http://jwegan.com/growth-hacking/growth-hackers-guide-push-notifications/) 61 How Pinterest increased MAUs with one simple trick (http://jwegan.com/growth-hacking/pinterest-increased-maus-one-simple-trick/) 57 257 KUDOS (?) (?) 522 Shares 246 Get Updates I don't write posts often. Enter your email to make sure you're the first to know when I do. Powered by SumoMe (https://sumome.com/?src=sm-sb-59d308d2896bf1b266b046fb656ed54ac5844364129f5c55b0a9d4e123bd145e) Enter your Email Subscribe Now ×
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