186. Measuring activation rate without analytics events. Part 1

Now Bindle has web and mobile analytics running. It seems really easy to be data-driven (read informed) – just track events and write simple SQL queries. In the end, it’s often just the number of one type of event divided by the number of some other type of event.

But how Bindle could have measured activation rate (or other metrics) without building events analytics systems?

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