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Session Preview: Content, Conversions and Lead Generation with Andy Crestodina

April 22nd, 2014 No comments

Content – it’s the most important element on your site. It’s the reason visitors come and visit your web pages. And the quality of textual and visual information within your web content has a huge influence on prospects’ decision to interact and buy from you (or not).

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In the online world, content can spell the difference between a bounce or a conversion, a lost prospect or a qualified lead, an abandoned cart or a sale.

Content is the lifeblood of any online business.

So it isn’t surprising that content marketing has become a top priority for marketers since this year, according to the Quarterly Digital Intelligence Briefing: 2014 Digital Trends released by eConsultancy and Adobe. With major search engines further emphasizing content relevance and the increasingly competitive digital space, more and more digital marketers are embarking on the quest for killer web content and the most effective strategies for winning prospects’ and customers’ attention.


But you and I know getting attention isn’t always enough. The more important questions remain: How exactly do you create content that converts? How do you make content that’s irresistible to your target customers?


Meet Andy Crestodina


If you’re still looking for answers, it’s time you meet Andy.


Andy is strategic director of Chicago-based Orbit Media, a web design company he co-founded in 2001. He has provided web strategy advice to more than 1000 businesses over the last 12 years.


His passion for teaching web design and web marketing has led to more than 170 articles on content marketing topics including SEO, email marketing, social media, and analytics. He is also the author of “Content Chemistry: The Illustrated Handbook for Content Marketing.”


Content, Conversions and Lead Generation


At Conversion Conference Chicago, Andy will analyze the birth of a lead, deconstructing each page in the process and each stage in the funnel. His session will show you the topics and types of content that attract and engage visitors.


In addition, you’ll learn the page elements and posts that generate leads and how to create content that drives lead generation for every stage of the funnel.


You should come to this session if you want to learn how content affects the conversion funnel, from high-ranking blog post to the page after the thank you page.


See you at Conversion Conference Chicago in June!


Make plans to join Andy at his Conversion Conference Chicago session. Great news: You can still save with early bird rates when you register by May 9th.


If you’ve already registered for the Chicago event, don’t forget to check the agenda for other must-attend presentations!

 

 

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Session Preview: Optimizing for the Entire Customer Experience with Melissa Burdon Cameron

April 16th, 2014 No comments

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If you’ve been paying attention to the biggest trends in digital marketing, then you know that your job as a marketer just got tougher. In the age of the mobile, social media, and multi-screening, optimizing your website or emails for visitors on desktop is no longer enough. Today you also need to make sure that there’s a consistent user experience across the various channels, platforms, and devices that you use.


In a nutshell, this means you as digital marketer must develop a deep understanding of customer behavior and preferences across devices. You must have a keen sense of user intent on each and every platform and be able to deliver experiences that match visitor expectations wherever and whenever they arrive on your desktop/smartphone/mobile site – or on your social pages.


Sounds fascinating, right? But it’s a lot of [hard] work.


Meet Melissa Burdon Cameron


Creating a seamless path to conversion in a complex environment is a big challenge, which is why you should meet Melissa.


burdon-cameron-vMelissa is the Director of Marketing Optimization at Extra Space Storage, where she heads customer acquisition across all platforms and channels. From desktop to mobile to email to call center processes to social media to apps – you name it, Melissa is on top of it. Her responsibility entails communicating with IT/Developers, Analysts, Creatives and Executives and working closely with the SEO, Branding, PPC, Email, Pricing and Call Center teams.


Melissa has been working for over 14 years as a consultant to numerous US and international companies on conversion rate optimization. Her experience includes a 7 year association with FutureNow Inc., one of the pioneer agencies in the Conversion Rate Optimization industry.


So, you see, if there’s one person you should be asking, “how the h*ll do I ensure a consistent cross-channel and cross-platform optimized customer experience?” that person should be Melissa Burdon Cameron.


CXCRO – Optimizing for the Entire Customer Experience


If you want to learn how to combine customer experience optimization and conversion rate optimization principles to personalize and optimize each and every interaction with your customer, then come join Melissa at Conversion Conference Chicago 2014, June 17-19th. Her session, CXCRO – Optimizing for the Entire Customer Experience, will show you how to use data to identify where there is room for improvement within your customer’s buying experience.


In addition, you’ll learn why you shouldn’t isolate your perspective to a single piece of the puzzle that obviously needs work. Every change you make to your customer’s experience will influence the pieces before and after.


Plus, you get to see how Extra Space Storage has gotten better results by optimizing and testing the experience as a whole and carrying through a consistent message.


See you at Conversion Conference Chicago in June!


Make plans to join Melissa at her Conversion Conference Chicago session. Great news: You can still save with early bird rates when you register by May 9th.


If you’ve already registered for the Chicago event, don’t forget to check the agenda for other must-attend presentations!

 

Can Your Conversion Optimization Strategy Last Another Season?

April 7th, 2014 No comments

conversion is king

 

Brace yourself – The optimized websites are coming.

We were thrilled when conversion rate optimization (CRO) finally gained attention in the past couple of years. Thanks to CRO geeks everywhere, the word “conversion” became part of every digital marketer’s vocabulary.

However, now that the “secret” is out, your work as a digital marketer has become harder. More companies (i.e. more of your competitors) are doing the same tactics: they’re testing and tweaking every page element they can get their hands on.

Worse, by now even your own efforts may be suffering from diminishing returns. If you were among the first to dabble in changing button colors, copy messaging, or image placement, then you’re probably seeing less of a lift from every tweak and test.

You’re also probably running out of good ideas to further optimize your website and improve user experience. It doesn’t help if you’re limited to working on the tactical aspects of conversion rate optimization, without a solid CRO strategy. And even with a strategy in place, that has still to be evaluated and updated on a regular basis. Because without a focused CRO strategy that incorporates emerging trends, technologies, and tools, it will be difficult to sustain whatever gains you’ve made.


Attend the One Conference That Makes Your Website Convert Better


If you suspect that your strategy is fast becoming outdated, send your team to Conversion Conference. Find out for yourself why some of the world’s biggest e-commerce and business-to-business (B2B) players attend one of our events year after year.

Discover not only the strategies you need to up your optimization game but an entire community built upon a common passion for website conversion optimization. Learn from the world experts in conversion rate optimization. At our Chicago event in June, you’ll meet:

  • Tim Ash, Author of Landing Page Optimization and CEO, SiteTuners
  • Charles Nicholls, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, SeeWhy
  • Melissa Burdon Cameron, Director of Marketing Optimization, Extra Space Storage
  • Charlie Claxton, Chief Creative Strategist, UpTop
  • Andy Crestodina, Co-Founder, Strategic Director Orbit Media Studios
  • Mary D’Alatri-Ward, VP of Accounts, ion interactive
  • Sean Ellis, CEO, Qualaroo and Founder, GrowthHackers.com
  • James Green, CEO, Magnetic
  • Joel Harvey, Managing Partner, Conversion Sciences
  • Greg Jarboe, President, SEO-PR
  • Arnie Kuenn, President, Vertical Measures
  • Brian Lewis, Director of Optimization, SiteTuners
  • Anita Perez, Co-founder and VP Operations, TopSpot Internet Marketing
  •  Kyle Rush, Head of Optimization, Optimizely
  • Yulia Smirnova, CEO and Founder, CommerceBrain
  • Talia Wolf, CEO, conversioner

Conversion Conference is attended by hundreds of digital marketers, who, like you, insist on tracking, measuring, analyzing web performance, and utilizing the data and insights to improve online campaigns. Attend the conference and engage with these folks who know that there really is only one king in the realm of digital marketing: conversion.


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Hey, Super Early Birds! Save your seat at Conversion Conference Chicago for only $797. SEB rates end Friday, April 11 at midnight, so go check the agenda and register today!

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Conversion Conference San Francisco 2014: Highlights, Takeaways, and Selfies

March 26th, 2014 No comments

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Another successful Conversion Conference San Francisco wrapped up last week and we are immensely grateful to everyone who joined us there. The SF event marked the 5th year of the Conversion Conference event series. Although we’re a bit saddened that it would be the final ConvCon in San Francisco, we’re glad that we had this opportunity to spread the conversion rate optimization in the Bay area one last time (and reconnecting with old friends and meeting new ones is simply…priceless!).


Half a decade of preaching CRO


Continuing the conference’s tradition of providing a space for web optimization and digital marketing professionals to learn and forge relationships, this year’s event brought together the best and the brightest in the website conversion optimization field to share success stories and their best tips. Keynote speakers Tim Ash, Bryan Eisenberg (who was back at ConvCon for the first time since 2010), and psychologist Bart Schutz impressed attendees with their knowledge on conversion maturity, ecommerce optimization, and psychological techniques for persuading visitors.


The sessions encouraged attendees to light Twitter up with insights on testing, persuasion, web design, mobile optimization, content marketing, usability, and user experience:

 

 

 

 

 

 


Check out the rest of the #convcon tweets here!

 

Oh yeah, there were “selfies” like this one, too:

 

 

Check out ConvCon chair Tim Ash’s fun pics from the 2 day conference here!

 

Techniques to last a lifetime

If you want to know what you missed or just need to relive the experience, check out these articles:


Welcome to Conversion Conference San Francisco! by ion interactive


That’s a wrap! at Conversion Conference San Francisco by ion interactive


#Convcon 2014: Interviews with the Experts by Fernando Florez, LanderApp


Conversion Conference 2014: Best Tips from Day 1 by Fernando Florez, LanderApp


Conversion Conference 2014: Best Tips from Day 2 by Fernando Florez, LanderApp


42 Takeaways from Conversion Conference San Francisco 2014 by SiteTuners


Broken Promises: How to Avoid Launching Tests That Break Your Site by Brian Massey


Conversion Conference Comes to San Francisco by Murray Newlands


Conversion conference proves that ‘conversion is king’ by Murray Newlands


 

See you in Chicago!

Join us next in the Windy City on June 17th-19th – Better not miss ConvCon Chicago because it will be the last show for 2014 before the re-launch of a bigger, better Conversion Conference next year. Super Early Bird rates until April 11th only so check out the agenda and register today!

 

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Finding the better in the different

March 14th, 2014 No comments

By Ryan Dahlstrom Staff Manager, Interactive Windstream Communications

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  Everyone is unique. We all think, act, and respond differently to situations than the person sitting next to us in the office, on the bus, or at home on the couch. So, assuming this to be true in each and every situation in which we find ourselves, why don’t more websites take this into account when serving up content for users to consume? Why do we continue to be faced with one-size-fits-all (or at least one-size-fits-enough-to-remain-profitable) experiences?

The answer, as I see it, has a lot to do with Mr. Ives’ thought. It is so easy to simply serve content differently; it’s an entirely different matter when it comes to doing so and achieving better results. Why spend the extra effort to concept, create, and stand up something that you don’t know will work? Most business owners won’t. So then, how do we go about figuring out what different works?

My suggestion: segmentation testing. “Huh? What’s that,” you may be asking. Simply, it’s finding the better in the different by trying different things with different users and measuring the results. As a business owner, you know the ins and outs of your audience. You (should) know who is most profitable, who complains the most, who are your greatest advocates. You (should) know who prefers Product A to Product B. Use this knowledge as your starting point when figuring out what to test and where.

Three things to keep in mind when choosing segments to target & test:

  • You must be able to easily identify the segments that you want to test. It does no good to conceptualize a test that targets 50+ men when you have no way to actually identify this group once they hit your site.
  • You must be able to do something once you learn something…and be able to do it over and over and over again.  (Big bonus points if you are able to do something differently in other channels with what you’ve learned)
  • The segment you choose should be large enough to be profitable. There’s no sense in dedicating design and programming hours against a test (no matter how successful from a data standpoint) when that test won’t yield enough positive lift to cover the development work.

Ok, so you’re sold on the idea, but are having trouble figuring out this whole segment identification piece. Here’s some ideas of things that you could try:

  • Geography – try selling ‘Pop’ to a New Yorker or “Sneakers” to someone in the mid-west. They won’t know what you’re talking about, let alone purchase from you. Testing something as simple as product references could go a long way.
  • Life Cycle – what is the sense in testing ‘Offer A’ vs. ‘Offer B’ to someone his or her first time back after purchase? They just purchased! How about trying a “Thank You?” Even an upsell test wouldn’t be so bad…but don’t try to sell them what they’ve just bought!
  • Traffic Source – someone clicking on a flashy banner ad is likely in a much different sales funnel location than the person organically navigating to your URL.
  • Time of Day – we do different things at different points during the day, which means that our frames of mind are very different throughout our waking hours. Use testing to appeal to these variations…flash sales or “pressure tactics” during lunch hours when people don’t have a lot of time to think about what they are doing or move from one thing to another very quickly.
  •  Weather – if you knew that the “storm of the century” was coming early next week would you buy a new jacket today if it was on sale with free two-day shipping? The likelihood is a lot greater than purchasing new swim trunks at the same offer. Unless, of course, you’re headed to Aruba to beat the snow…

So then comes the age-old question, “What do I test?” Honestly, it doesn’t matter. Test something. Test anything…

  • Headlines
  • Button Colors/Shapes/Sizes/Font size/CTAs
  • Imagery & Artwork
  • Body copy – especially useful when “echoing” search terms to capitalize on intent

…just get away from thinking that one-test-fits-all. Please. So, go. Get out there. Start looking for the better in the different.

 

 

This post was originally published in RyanDahlstrom.com

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About the Author

Dahlstrom-vRyan Dahlstrom leads digital customer acquisition, support, and engagement at Windstream Communications. His experience includes overseeing digital strategy for a Fortune 500 company, managerial and leadership skills in e-Commerce, SEM, SEO, digital media, A/B Testing, web optimization, and customer support.

See Ryan Live!

Join Ryan in his session on “Segmentation Testing – Because One-Size Won’t Fit All” at Conversion Conference San Francisco 2014, March 17-19. Follow Ryan on Twitter and ask for a promo code to save more on your pass.

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There’s No Place like Home

March 12th, 2014 No comments

By Brian Lewis
Director of Optimization, SiteTuners


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Many times the name we call something greatly affects our attitudes about that something.

Take the term “homepage”, for instance. In the context of the web, we all know that our homepage is where most of our visitors will first meet us, experience our brand messaging, learn about our products and services, and hopefully determine if we offer solutions to their problems.


As such, many marketers treat their homepages as an electronic kitchen sink, throwing every message, offer, special, countless products and then further distracting us with endless rotating banners under the misconception that “we need to show everything … after all, it’s our homepage”.


One of the reasons marketers have gotten derailed trying to construct effective homepages is because this page is referred to as “the homepage”.


Think about it … “Home” commonly refers to a place you are content to stay; a place where one lives. In baseball, it’s a place a runner wants to reach to end his journey around the bases and score a run.


On the web, though, we want to get our visitors off the homepage and into our site as expeditiously as possible. An effective home page:

  1. Quickly communicates  what it is we do;
  2. Allows the visitor to quickly decide if the company can meet their needs, and;
  3. Guides the visitor to the page in the site that’s of interest to them


I like to think of the homepage as more like an airport terminal. Remember your last visit to an airport? The problem you were trying to solve was to get to your destination as quickly and easily as possible. You were looking for information to get you to the right gate, and the shortest path to that gate, so you could board your plane. You didn’t care about flights to other destinations and certainly did not want to spend any more time than necessary there.


Remember that your homepage should provide clear navigational information and direct the visitor to their desired destination. The challenge is to meet the various needs of all the many types of visitors who’ll arrive on your homepage while not creating an electronic kitchen sink.


One of the best ways to accomplish this is through the development of Common User Scenarios. To learn all about Common User Scenarios, why they’re productive and how to craft effective scenarios, stop by my session, “Maximizing Conversion with Common User Scenarios” at the Conversion Conference in San Francisco, CA, March 17-19.


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About the Author


lewis-vBrian is Director of Optimization at SiteTuners, a firm that improves website conversion rate via conversion-focused redesign blueprints, landing page testing, and training of internal optimization teams. Brian’s 20 years of hands-on and strategic online marketing experience spans a diverse range of industries and has made him a popular expert speaker at industry conferences such as Search Marketing Expo, PPC Summit, Conversion Conference, Online Marketing Summit, and others. Brian earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego and an M.B.A. from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, graduating both schools with honors.


See Brian Live!


Join Brian in his session on “Maximizing Conversion with Common User Scenarios” at Conversion Conference San Francisco 2014, March 17-19. Follow Brian on Twitter and ask for a promo code to save more on your pass.

 

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4 Tools Smart Marketers Are Using To Optimize

March 10th, 2014 1 comment

By Josh Krafchin
Founder, Clever Zebo

 

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What’s in your optimization toolbox?

It’s an exciting time in online marketing. There are so many interesting tools out there that help us do a better job of optimizing our marketing efforts. I thought I’d share a few hot tools that are relatively inexpensive but incredibly useful.


1. Get Data Driven


Built by the guys at Kiss Metrics, this nifty tool helps you make sure your A/B test is actually statistically significant. You can use data from any source, plug in, and, boom, you have your results.


2. Lucky Orange


Lucky Orange has been around for a while, but it keeps getting better and is ridiculously inexpensive. Its flagship product is the ability to record videos of how users scroll, move their mouse and click their way through your site. Additional tools include heat maps, watching visitors currently on the site and the ability to pop a chat box to a current visitor. Great tool for live usability optimization.


3. Log My Calls


Phone calls are often the vacuous pit of analytics. CRM allows sales and customer service reps to describe the call, but consistency can be difficult. Knowing what actually happened on the call is nearly impossible. Enter LogMyCalls analytics which actually scans the recording of the call and gives all sorts of insights into what happened on the call to inform the marketing process. Really important optimization tool for phone-dependent businesses.


4. Gin Wiz


Mobile sites are now officially necessary. Who doesn’t have a mobile device they use for research? Gin Wiz offers solutions for transforming desktop-based sites to mobile-friendly.

These are just a few helpful tools, but they’re worth your time to investigate if you haven’t already.
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About the Author


josh-krafchin-vJosh is a web marketing samurai. Combining online marketing savvy,revenue generation acumen, and an unruly haircut, he has spent the past seven years helping companies of all sizes dramatically grow their businesses online. Some of the bigger brands he’s built online strategies for include Sandals Resorts, Amazon, Register.com, Aeropostale, The Body Shop, Quicken Loans, and Rocket Lawyer, but he’s most proud of the businesses you may not yet have heard of but soon will.


See Josh Live!


Join Josh in his session on “Visual Analytics: Using User Videos to Personalize your Data & Testing Program” at Conversion Conference San Francisco 2014, March 17-19. Follow Josh on Twitter and ask for a promo code to save more on your pass.

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Why Your Marketing Campaign is Incomplete without Optimization

March 7th, 2014 No comments

By Dan Siroker
CEO, Optimizely

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Are you missing a piece of the marketing puzzle?


Today’s marketers have a lot to keep track of. When I talk to Optimizely customers, I’m humbled by the number of moving parts involved in running marketing campaigns—the messaging, the email cadence, the social media strategy, the paid advertising. And that’s just execution. Once all of these parts are accounted, there’s hardly any bandwidth left for measurement.


They’re so busy thinking about how to get everything out the door that they forget to think about how all of this investment tracks towards added business value. In other words, optimizing these campaigns takes a backseat to getting them done. Through conversations with customers I’ve learned that many marketers operate as if there’s a wall between marketing campaigns and optimization.


This wall results in wasted budgets and sub-optimal results. If marketers want to ensure that they’re getting the most value out of the platforms they’re spending money on to drive traffic to marketing campaigns, then actively testing the web experience connected to all of these channels is essential.


In other words, testing is critical to drive more return on investment from each marketing channel.


How to make marketing campaigns ROI positive


We know that more traffic, more content, more ads is not the answer to ROI because more eyeballs on your brand doesn’t necessarily translate into revenue. Designing web experiences based on intuition doesn’t equate to conversions either. The step between executing a campaign and seeing return on investment from it is creating a high quality website experience where eyeballs become leads, opportunities, and revenue.


In our experience, marketers who prioritize both traffic generation and conversion optimization will see efficiencies and increases in ROI. Traffic generation and CRO can help you build a conversion engine.


The parts of this engine are all of the marketing channels you’re using to drive traffic to your site. Each component is optimizable.


Search engine marketing. If you’re spending money to bring people to your site, you should be investing in tools to turn those visitors into customers. Your search engine marketing spend is a primary optimizable component of your conversion engine because it’s highly trackable. The insights you discover by A/B testing landing pages targeted to SEM traffic are applicable to other channels of paid advertising as well. Messages, images or page flow that converts well here may result in a win on other channels like social media or display advertising.


Community. Outside of your brand’s main website, customers and prospective customers have many opportunities to engage with you. You should think of channels like your support portal, user community, and social media accounts as optimizable parts of a campaign that lead to ROI. Questions to ask yourself are, how do you get your content to be shared more on social channels? How can you leverage people in your community to refer friends?

Mobile. The consumer uses a mobile device to research, purchase and compare items from a number of different places ranging from in the store to on the couch. Should the mobile experience be the same for each of those various contexts?


A/B testing mobile experiences will enable brands to understand evolving consumer behavior and profit like they should from this mobile explosion.


Most marketers today see paid search, email marketing, search engine optimization, and social media as crucial elements to their success. The tools that allow them to test and optimize these channels should be the next word on that list. Marketers who understand that making decisions based on data and experimentation, not gut, instinct and opinion will be more successful. And this is a bet I’m willing to test…


For more information on building optimization into every campaign, check out our ebook about how to build a culture of optimization at your company.

 
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About the Author


siroker-vDan Siroker is the Co-Founder & CEO of Optimizely, a dramatically easier way to A/B test your website. The inspiration for Optimizely came from Danb s experience as the Director of Analytics for the Obama Presidential Campaign and Deputy New Media Director for the Presidential Transition. Before Optimizely, Dan co-founded an online math game for kids called CarrotSticks. He was formerly a Product Manager for Google Chrome and AdWords. Dan graduated with Honors from Stanford University with a B.S. in Computer Science.


See Dan Live!


Join Dan in his session on “Optimizing Your Conversion Engine” at Conversion Conference San Francisco 2014, March 17-19. Follow Dan on Twitter and ask for a promo code to save more on your pass.

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From Promodo with love: why we would like to attend Conversion Conference

March 6th, 2014 No comments

By the Promodo team

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convcon-winning-entryEditor’s note: It was extremely difficult to choose between the two finalists of our blogging contest so we decided to give away two full day passes and declare both entries as winners.

This post is the second winner of a full pass (the other one was Deana Morgan, whose entry was published yesterday). Congrats, Promodo team! We look forward to meeting one of your team members at Conversion Conference. 

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conversionConference_logo-sq-150x150If you are a conversion optimization fan, you might have heard this name, if not – you should definitely start following him or write down his name to your note J.  He is one of the brightest stars in the conversion optimization world, his name is Tim Ash.  Tim is so powerful and magnetic that you risk to fell in love with conversion optimization if you hear him speak.


Every speech of his is a work of art featuring exciting facts about human behavior and consumer psychology. Being an experienced speaker, he makes the audience hang on every word and eagerly absorb every tip he gives.


Promodo team would really like to attend the Conversion conference, but we also encourage you to join this awesome event.  Globally adored marketing experts such as Dennis Yu and Neil Patel will also speak at the conference. They are so passionate about what they do and share their enthusiasm and knowledge in such a way, that just being in the same hall with them, already adds a couple of points to your IQ.1009576_10151444901862882_1810703228_o-1024x699-300x204


Conversion optimization is the most brilliant thing in online marketing, as it can potentially give most rapid and huge results with a tiny change.  As our mission is to help online businesses flourish in the internet space, we would be glad to equip ourselves with the latest conversion optimization tips. Then we will be able to help more websites create kind of experience that will make the users feel absolutely satisfied and happy.


San-Francisco, where the conference will take place, is an amazing city you never can get enough of – beautiful and free – it is an acknowledged center of innovations and perspectives.  What could be more exciting than to watch as people from different cultures come to one place to tell about the recent discoveries and to open new horizons? Since Promodo team has been taking interest into the best conversion optimization practices for long, we really want to be a part of this mix.


Conversion conference is something about uniting people and their smartest ideas, so we have found the way how to express this in one image – we created a photo made of all people who liked the conference on Facebook as well as conference speakers.  Enjoy the photo and be sure to join this great community!

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This post was originally published on the Promodo blog

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Top 10 reasons why I would LOVE to be at the Conversion Conference in San Francisco

March 5th, 2014 No comments

By Deana Morgan
Digital Marketing Executive

 

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convcon-winning-entryEditor’s note: It was extremely difficult to choose between the two finalists of our blogging contest so we decided to give away two full day passes and declare both entries as winners. Beats having to toss a coin as tie (and heart) breaker!

This post won the author a full pass (Congrats, Deana!). Stay tuned tomorrow for the other winning entry.

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1) To become an expert in Conversion Rate Optimization

I have some optimization skills and a marketing background that makes me pretty good at it already, but I want to become one of t
he TOP, Awesome CRO experts in the country.  So I need to go to the conversion conference and learn directly from the experts.


2) I’m passionate about Conversion Rate Optimization

I’ve been involved in online business for many years from selling e-Commerce software to being a VP of Marketing and my favorite aspect is Conversion Rate Optimization.  Landing page optimization and conversion rate optimization is by far the thing I’m most passionate about and dedicated to continuously increasing my skills, knowledge, and results.  I want to learn more.


3) The conversion conference has been hailed as the best conference, a must see event, extremely useful, actionable so I need to see what all the fuss is about.


Excellent feedback about the Conversion Conference:
**Must attend conference
**Extremely useful and engaging
**World Class Experts


4) Awesome Conversion Conference Speakers
I want to soak up all the knowledge from the amazing speakers.   I want to hear the keynotes and I want to meet Dan Siroker of Optimizely.   Neil Patel of Crazy Egg and Kissmetrics.   Michael Mace of usertesting.com.  Tim Ash, and Bryan Eisenberg and more.


5) Networking and knowledge sharing with great people at the Conversion Conference
I want to meet and network with other S.F. attendees to build a collaborative network of friends and business colleagues interested in CRO.  I want to be able to share my experience and also learn from others experience.


6) I want to meet Tim Ash—we both went to UCSD and studied Cognitive Science 


7) Valuable Content
The agenda is chock full of useful topics like multi-variant testing, psychology triggers, content, user experience and more.  I want to walk away with ideas to implement right away.  I want to learn from the experts.


8) Enhance My career
I want to share lessons learned with my colleagues.
I want to help companies achieve huge revenue gains through conversion rate optimization.
I want to be known as a marketer with an expertise in CRO.


9) I have never attended this conference before so I want to check it out so I can take my entire team next time.


10) I’m planning to launch a new website and I want to have the latest knowledge and tools to be successful right from the start.


I would love to go to the Conversion Conference in San Francisco!  It would mean a lot to me if I was able to attend.

 

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