In 2020, Amit Gupta and James Yu co-founded Sudowrite, the “non-judgmental, always-there-to-read-one-more-draft, never-runs-out-of-ideas-even-at-3am, AI writing partner you always wanted.” Sudowrite quickly found product-market fit with writers captivated by AI’s potential but wanting a writing tool crafted specifically for fiction. “Sudowrite can help unblock you, give you ideas. It can help you deep in the editing process and help you bring your stories to life,” said Gupta.
Sudowrite has been called “scary good” by author Hugh Howey, a “salvation” by Stephen Marche (The New Yorker), and has been covered by The Atlantic, WIRED, The New York Times, and other major press outlets.
The “scary good” product grew its customer base scary fast thanks to impressive coverage and positive reviews. That made onboarding the influx of customers, learning from their needs, and shipping product improvements a monumental task. On top of that, such impressive growth brought cancellations and failed payments, making retention an initiative that someone needed to own.
Amit and his team take product feedback seriously. He’s meticulously crafted a vibrant community of writers who freely share their thoughts with the Sudowrite team. It’s a safe place for customers to give advice to each other on how to use the product to achieve their unique goals.
Thanks to feedback from the community, it became clear that some authors weren’t always realizing the full benefit of the product. Bringing a new technology into their workflow required adaptation, and the writers that joined the community to learn from each other were the most successful.
Amit used Churnkey’s cancel flows to A/B test different strategies. In one version of Sudowrite’s cancel flows, he created unique cancellation experiences that pointed certain customer segments back to the Sudowrite Slack community to get help—which also reinforced the community’s value and uniqueness. Amit handled all of this while intelligently recovering card payment failures in the background.
In less than a year, Churnkey boosted Sudowrite’s revenue by over six figures across voluntary and involuntary churn channels.
For Sudowrite, Churnkey helped them break their cycle of churn and provide an overwhelmingly positive ROI. Gupta, along with his entire team, gained hours back in their days; hours they could now use to innovate and push their product further. Teaming with Churnkey gave Sudowrite more time to focus on what they really cared about: making their customers happy.
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