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The Curious case of Product Stickiness

What if the core value proposition of a product is that you don’t even have to use it?

If you are in the business of building products, especially ones that you’d like to make recurring revenues off of, you probably know what stickiness means. It basically means users of a product or service want to (or, have to) keep coming back to use…




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