Common KPIs used to evaluate the effectiveness of DevRel programs

Key performance indicators (KPIs) are important metrics used to evaluate the effectiveness of DevRel programs. Here are some common KPIs used to measure DevRel program success:

  • Registered developer accounts
  • Developer engagement and satisfaction
  • Developer community growth
  • Developer retention rate
  • Developer feedback and sentiment
  • Developer contributions to open-source projects
  • Developer event attendance and participation
  • Developer content consumption and sharing
  • Developer referrals and advocacy
  • Developer product adoption and usage

These KPIs can be measured using a variety of tools and metrics, such as surveys, social media analytics, website traffic, and event attendance. It’s important to set specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART) goals for each KPI and to continuously evaluate and adjust them based on results and feedback.