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Ratio of Customer Lifetime Value to CAC

The Ratio of Customer Lifetime Value to CAC is a way for companies to estimate the total value that your company derives fromeach customer compared with what you spend to acquire that new customer

Lifetime Value (Yearly)

Lifetime Value (LTV) = (Revenue the customer pays in a period - gross margin)

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Customer acquisition cost (Yearly)

Estimated churn percentage for that customer

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Why is it important to know LTV:CAC?

  1. Throws light on the ROI generated by your sales and marketing team.
  2. Indicates the total value your company gets from each customer against the amount you have spent to acquire that new customer.
  3. Helps you strike the mean path by keeping this ratio within a normal range, neither too high nor too low.

Lifetime Value (Yearly)

Lifetime Value (LTV) = (Revenue the customer pays in a period - gross margin)

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Customer acquisition cost (Yearly)

Estimated churn percentage for that customer

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CAC Calculator

Ratio of Customer Lifetime Value to CAC Result

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Marketing % Of Customer Acquisition Cost

LTV is a (Revenue the customer pays in a period – gross margin) ÷ Estimated churn percentage for that customer

The higher the LTV:CAC, the more ROI your sales and marketing team is delivering to your bottom line.

However, you don’t want this ratio to be too high, as you should always be investing in reaching new customers. Spending more on sales and marketing will reduce your LTV:CAC ratio, but could help speed up your total company growth.

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