Happy Odometer Day!

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Happy Odometer Day!

Happy Odometer Day!

Today is an exciting day, a day you've likely been celebrating since you first heard about it 😊

Indeed, today is National Odometer Day.

On this day, May 12, 1847, a Mormon pioneer named William Clayton invented the first odometer, attaching it to his wagon on his journey to Utah. Hence, we celebrate National Odometer Day today!

Does your car have an odometer? Of course, it does.

Does your business have an odometer?

Just as your car has an odometer, your business should too. And you might think it does. However, many businesses often rely on outdated metrics, providing data from the previous month or even the previous quarter. So, does your business have a unique, real-time metric that you can glance at and immediately understand how things are going on a given morning?

You might argue that your business is too complex for a single metric, let me assure you, it's not.

Our business, for instance, has its own odometer.

This week, we crossed the 1 million page views mark across all our apps over the past 72 days (not counting web page openings on websites powered by the Every8.Cloud Platform).

You might wonder why we chose 72 days as a metric - that's a story for another day. However, the focus here is on consistency. We've been diligently working towards this goal for the last five years, and we're proud to announce that we've finally reached it.

Our next milestone? 10 million page views. We're eagerly looking forward to reaching this goal, and we hope you'll be a part of our journey.

So, does your business have an odometer that offers you a quick snapshot of your progress?

A metric that's always available on your phone screen, ready to give you another reason to celebrate?

If the answer is no, perhaps it's time for us to connect.

We're here to help you set up your business's odometer and celebrate each milestone together! 😊

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