Getting people to quickly understand what your company is about is at the core of our work at Upflowy. The one sentence pitch (or elevator pitch) has been the way
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While sign up drop off is of high concern to most growth leaders and leads companies to try to redesign their sign up flow regularly, we keep witnessing a lack of in-depth understanding of why people actually drop. The consequence is a stagnation of the average sign up drop rate above 60%. This post offers actionable keys to understand sign up drop off and easy ways to improve it.
We recently hired our first Senior Product Manager to lead Upflowy.com product. It turned out to be a much more complicated process than expected, mainly due to the constellation of skills covered by the title “Product Manager”. Here is how we cracked it. The outcome is a framework with a kickass pun as a name - A.G.I.L.E. - for which we’ve already received a fair bit of positive feedback. It made all the difference to help us hire the right person for the role, and we hope it will help you do the same! But let’s explain to you how we got to this framework and how you can use it too!
Today, we offer to double down on the set of KPIs used to measure the success of a signup flow, which is a term we use to describe the user experience starting from any Call-To-Action on the landing page to the completion of the actual signup process.
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