If you’re a product owner or mobile marketer, you probably spend a lot of time thinking about creating the best possible experience for your users. But, to help inform your decisions, what mobile analytics should you monitor? And how do you measure success and/or mobile app ROI? The only way to know what works — and what doesn’t — is to track it.
Read on for thoughts on how you can use mobile analytics to get the most of your app.
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