The only metric that matters

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Useful perspective on metric that matters and how it evolves. And what’s the only metric that matters?

How many people are really using your product.

Pretty simple – but doesn’t this cover a lot of stuff around product – onboarding / UX / utility value etc?
Josh Elman has worked on Twitter , Facebook Connect, Zazzle, LinkedIn, RealPlayer and is currently the partner at Greylock.

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