“The viral growth rate, or “K-factor,” is the accepted way to measure the virality of a product. It’s computed by multiplying the percentage of current users who invite other people (X), the average number of people who are invited per user (Y), and the percentage of invited people who accept an invitation (Z). Many companies use this –- and only this — to determine the success of a product.”—
Jeremy Richardson— Business Development at Mixpanel, Inc. a real-time analytics service that helps companies understand how users behave with web applications.
Skip down to the closing question - What did you learn over the last couple of weeks?
Twitter co-founder @ev and Director of Platform @rsarver both expressed that not communicating on what what was happening within Twitter led to many to be fearful in nature. This learning experiencing has them considering to consider a PR person.
It will be interesting to see if a job opens at Twitter in the upcoming months. Will you apply?