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The hidden costs of choosing the wrong analytics tool

Free web analytics tools don't exist. Price, implementation, performance impact, data quality, more are all hidden costs you can't ignore.

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How FullStory helps TravelPerk give first-class customer service

Solving UX problems, going live with customer support, and finding the bugs that hurt Net Promoter Scores.

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What is session replay useful for?

Session replay can speed bug fixes, give support superpowers, boost conversion rates, help understand UX, and more.

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Marketing with the Jobs to Be Done framework

The Jobs to Be Done framework can drive your marketing strategy by helping you align your product messaging with your customer's needs.

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How Wistia’s growth team uses FullStory to run experiments

How Fullstory can help after you launch, to keep developing — with real, live feedback from actual customers.

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How FullStory helps Clubhouse save time

The Clubhouse team shares with us how FullStory session replay is used to diagnose bugs quickly and solve issues around design.

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3 ways FullStory is indispensable in improving travel booking

Read how TST uses FullStory in their production process to help capture and understand when things go wrong.

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Can you strike a balance between customer advocacy and product management?

Take a deeper look at the importance of customer advocacy and ways to think about striking a balance across different teams.

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Your users' desire paths pave the way to better digital experiences

Desire paths are more than shortcuts. They're opportunities created by users to improve products, design, and UX.

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