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Customer journey

Suggest edit Updated on August 18, 2021

A customer journey represents the phases or stages a customer goes through before converting or accepting a specific outcome. For example, a New Credit Card journey attracts customers to sign up for a credit card. A journey is made up of many individual messages and communications such as email, SMS, or paid ads that occur over time.

Customer journey allows users to visualize how customers progress through the journey and determine the most successful messages and channels. This helps identify where resources should be best deployed.

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