Back to articles list September 28, 2020 - 3 minutes read New Course: Customer Behavior Analysis in SQL LearnSQL.com Team Tags: sql learn sql online practice new course Good news! A new SQL course is here! We’re happy to announce the release of our Customer Behavior Analysis in SQL course. Do you want to get to know your clients and better understand their needs and behavior? If so, this great interactive SQL course is for you. Discover the power of full customer lifecycle analytics in SQL and know more than your competitors. The LearnSQL.com team is happy to announce the release of a new SQL course on our platform: Customer Behavior Analysis in SQL. This is an advanced SQL course for users who know the basics of SQL and want to analyze customer behavior in SQL. This course is the final course in our SQL Reporting track, which shows how to use SQL to analyze business problems. The track now contains three courses: Creating Basic SQL Reports – foundations of using SQL to prepare business reports (read more about the course here) Revenue Trend Analysis in SQL – analyzing how revenue trends, and other business metrics, change over time (read more about the course here) Customer Behavior Analysis in SQL – the new course With this new course, Customer Behavior Analysis in SQL, learn how to analyze the whole customer lifecycle in SQL. We start with tracking customer registration and conversion rates. Then, we measure customer activity. Finally, we analyze customer churn in SQL. Throughout the online course, you'll be working on an imaginary dataset of an online supermarket that sells groceries and other everyday products. The queries and metrics introduced in the course can be easily adapted to other businesses. We focus on explaining how to construct appropriate SQL queries rather than just showing you SQL template patterns to memorize. This will teach you how to work with SQL independently. How long is the course? There are 76 exercises in the course, divided into five parts. Each part deals with one stage of the customer funnel: registration, conversion, activity, and churn. There is also a short quiz at the end to review everything you learned in the course. We estimate that completing the course takes about 10 hours. Which database engine does the course use? In the Customer Behavior Analysis in SQL course, we teach the syntax of standard SQL. The queries you will learn in this course will work with all relational databases, like Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, and MySQL. Who should take this course? This course is for Data Analysts who know the basics of SQL and want to use it for reporting. It will be beneficial to professionals working in sales and marketing, in particular sales managers and marketing managers. This course can also be taken by anyone who needs to make data-driven business decisions about product strategy, for example, product managers. Additionally, this course can be great for anyone who knows SQL in theory and would like to see how SQL is used in practice. Sign up now and start learning today! Tags: sql learn sql online practice new course You may also like Behind the Scenes at LearnSQL.com: How Our SQL Courses Are Created Have you wondered how SQL courses are created? Read on to find out about the process of how LearnSQL.com prepares its SQL courses. Read more New Monthly Challenge for September 2020! The new LearnSQL.com Monthly Challenge is ready! Read more New Monthly Challenge for August 2020! New Monthly Challenge for August 2020! Read more New SQL Monthly Challenge for July 2020! The new LearnSQL.com Monthly Challenge is ready! In July, we invite you to sharpen your SQL skills with some questions about US states. Read more New SQL Monthly Challenge for July 2020! The new LearnSQL.com Monthly Challenge is ready! In July, we invite you to sharpen your SQL skills with some questions about US states. Read more What is the Best SQL Training Online? What is the best way to learn and practice SQL? Find out where you can improve your skills with real-world business problems. Read more Subscribe to our newsletter Join our weekly newsletter to be notified about the latest posts.