Another great feature on Triple Whale is the LTV 60/90 days view. Right away you get to see the AOV - that’s your Average First Purchase Order Value - as well as the Lifetime Value of your customers over a 60-day and 90-day range as well.

You can also toggle between the last 3, 6, or 12 months using the top bar, so you can track historical trends and averages over a larger period of time.

And if that wasn’t good enough, you also get all of this beautiful distribution chart down here where you can drill down once again into top products and discount codes to track your increased revenue in a more detailed way.

Tracking LTVs on discount codes can be useful for identifying value returns on influencer codes.

And so this is another great way for users to really dig into their data and get a clearer picture of the value of each of your customers.

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