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WooCommerce customer acquisition rate and churn rate, activity status by time – the good stuff

Take a stand for keeping your customers!

Since now you can know which of your customers are new, active, returning, churning and inactive, you can now make an objective to:

  • increase the number of new customers
  • retain your churning customers
  • reward loyalty for active and returning customers
  • keep active your customer base

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Explore the features of WooReports in a live demo – right now, at your finger tips!

Now you can access the demo of WooReports! Go to http://demo.woo.report and login with the credential below and explore WooReports. Whenever we will submit a new feature, we will update our demo as well, so you will have the chance to see the changes in action!


Username: demo
Password: demo

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WooCommerce.report – WooReports secondary domain name

Choosing a domain name is dam difficult and I tell you why – .com’s are so popular that you cannot find anything; we’re now bombarded with a lot of new extensions, like .guru, .travel, even .ninja 🙂 and most of the good and short names are available.
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WooReports Free – a starter-pack WooReports edition to understand you new customers

Install directly from WordPress.org the free edition of WooReports, offering the report which displays the list of customers and which of them are new, meaning that they have not made any orders or payments in the life-time of your eCommerce store.
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Exporting data to CSV

A very strong & natural expectation once we know and understand which are customers which are active/inactive, returning and churning is to, well, do something with this information / act on it.

Whether it is reaching our to our marketing department or agency, or personally driving some loyalty or retention campaigns, you would expect you can take the data and further utilise it.
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Technical Details for Active, Returning and Churning (ARC) WooCommerce Customers

Technical perspectives on how to use WooReports

In this article we are going to explore how to use WooReports to get a list of Active, Returning and Churning (ARC) WooCommerce Customers.
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Active, Returning and Churning (ARC) WooCommerce Customers

Ever wondered which are your customers which stopped buying from you in the last period? Would you like to get them back? Good news, WooReports can help! Let’s explore together how!

Before going deeper, any good topic needs to be labeled with a three letters acronym. Since we’re discussion about Active, Returning and Churning customers, let’s simply refer this concept as ARC.
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Hello World! Hello WooReports!

Welcome to WooReports!

WooReports complements existing reporting capabilities in customer and product domains, sales transactions and overall store performance management.

We’re starting with customer domain, by providing a flexible report to analyze the list of active, returning and churning customers based on number of orders and sales spent by comparing previous time intervals.

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