Use Quality Tools To Give You The Answers You Need


With Spring just around the corner, I’ve been monitoring the garden temperatures in the air and soil.

The experiment with the grow lights worked really well.

Too-well in fact…

The fava grew quite well (less than 3% failed to germinate). The peas though, they took off like little-green rockets and had to be moved to the greenhouse much earlier than I planned. Problem-is, it’s just a touch too-cold for the peas to survive in the ground right now.

That means tracking the temperatures every day has become an important task. Once it’s warm enough for the peas I can move them into the actual garden. Given the trends, that could happen later this week.

Without my thermometers I couldn’t be as sure of that decision though. I’d have to rely on other gardener’s advice, what’s published in books, or the little data I collected from last year. All of which would only tell me March might be okay, but might be early.

I can know for sure by using the tools to measure and track trends. That makes the tools and the information they provide invaluable for my goal (yummy, early peas).

When it’s time to measure how your Shopify store is performing, it helps to pay for high-quality tools to measure it. Something like Repeat Customer Insights.

Then you avoid vague suggestions or wishy-washy numbers and hone in on how your store is actually performing.

Eric Davis

This originally appeared on the LittleStream Software Blog and is made available here to cast a wider net of discovery.
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