the total receipts from sales divided by the number of units sold, frequently employed in price theory in conjunction with marginal revenue.
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How to use average revenue in a sentence
In first-quarter earnings, Etsy outlined the goal of increasing repeat visits and average revenue per user with the help four product updates aimed at driving this — quizzes, buyer triggers, restock updates and strategic discounting.Cheat Sheet: Etsy is acquiring Depop in a bid for a deeper connection with Gen Z | Erika Wheless | June 3, 2021 | Digiday
The amount is far less than the roughly $3 million needed to adhere to a Convention Center’s policy ensuring the rainy-day and projects fund hits the equivalent of at least 8 percent of average revenues over the past three years.Convention Center Hopes to Profit From Migrant Shelter Agreement | Lisa Halverstadt | April 12, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
That engagement drives pricing power for these organizations, from throttling acquisition costs to boosting average revenue per customer.‘We’re all content businesses’: esports orgs borrow from the media owner’s playbook in search for new revenues | Seb Joseph | February 15, 2021 | Digiday
Enter the average revenue per user, or ARPU, as key data set.
The Sun wouldn’t say what its average revenue per article is.Beyond the boom and bust cycle: How The Sun grew and stabilized its e-commerce revenue haul | Lucinda Southern | August 27, 2020 | Digiday
Computed in this way the average revenue per ton per mile for the railways of the United States in 1867 was 1.92 cents.Railroads: Rates and Regulations | William Z. Ripley
The average cost of the service on a rural route, therefore, exceeded the average revenue derived from postage by $687 per year.Government in the United States | James Wilford Garner
In the custom-house district of Santiago, the average revenue receipts per year have been 5.1 per cent.Industrial Cuba | Robert P. Porter