How to help brands break through the user cycle based on the "three axes" of the AARRR model

The decrease in the number of consumers, coupled with the incomplete opening of customer acquisition channels, has led to the emergence of a "narrowly defined" stock market. For a brand to break through, on the basis of AARRR, it is necessary to turn the stock market into an incremental market, carefully cultivate brand loyalty, and deeply explore brand value. Specifically, such as identifying niche markets, IP, and co-creation. resulting in a premium.

A sentence in "A Tale of Two Cities" "This is the best of times and the worst of times" is also true for many brands struggling to survive.

The worst is because my country's demographic dividend is gradually disappearing, and the stock is shrinking for...

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