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By Marc Funk Experiences Rapid Growth



Dear Companists,

Again, we have some good news to report:


Significant Increase in Contracts

In March, the number of contracts made increased once again. Compared to the previous month, the increase was roughly 28 %. Thus, figures are constantly developing as intended.


New Traffic Sources Are Being Tested

In March, we tested several new sources of traffic. Some worked very well, whereas others worked less well, but this is usually the case. We will keep on optimizing the good sources of traffic and have shut down the bad ones. Our total conversion rate on the website slightly declined in March, but this is due to the testing of traffic and thus nothing to worry about.


A Good Deal, a New Product, and Additional Tests

In March, we placed a special offer on DailyDeal (a German coupon website), which worked pretty well. Maybe some of the Companists also benefited from this offer on DailyDeal.

In April, we will start selling bicycle insurance. Since the weather is fortunately very good, our bicycle product will be introduced just at the right time.

Also, we will test additional sources of traffic in order to keep our growth constant. We will provide you with details on this in our next update.

Best regards,

The team of



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