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This technology is also used to predict outcomes, such as churn rates and the potential revenue a business could earn from a particular segment of customers.
Zuora, which makes a business out of selling subscription technology to different sectors, released its Subscription Economy Index across 1,000 clients last week and found that the pandemic has not increased churn rates for publishers.
It has more than a million subscribers and an impressively low churn rate.
That constant churn can make it difficult to figure out when a new card is really a big jump over what came before it.
This way, you can improve anything from increasing viewership on your blog to reducing customer churn.
Egg-laying hens are placed in cages to unnaturally churn out egg after egg.
Colleges churn out graduates and confer advanced degrees, but the scramble for jobs continues.
Entrepreneurial churn at a large newspaper keeps institutions fresher and individual talents nimbler.
In that industry, the financial churn that helps democracy thrive is alive and well among current—and former—stars.
Academics these days operate under enormous pressure to churn out high volumes of these publications.
I don't forget how I used to have to churn in a dash-churn, till my arms ached fit to drop off.
Martha laughed, and rolling the big, barrel-churn upon its side was more than delighted to see it fall apart, useless.
Mother thinks a dash-churn, stand and flap the dasher straight up and down till your arms and legs give out, is the best kind.
He strolled casually down to a rude stone wall and watched the tractor churn toward him.
This sour cream is put into the churn, and worked in the usual way until the butter separates.
On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to churn, such as: boil, bubble, simmer, swirl, agitate, and convulse.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.