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:
— Angie Schottmuller (@aschottmuller) March 20, 2014
No matter how much I think I know going into #convcon, I am humbled by learning how more there is to know by the end of the conference.
— Larry Marine (@uxstrategy) March 19, 2014
— Seth Jenks (@sethjenks) March 19, 2014
— Barry Feldman (@FeldmanCreative) March 19, 2014
— Travis Wright (@teedubya) March 17, 2014
“Whenever a user use the navigation it is a failure of the page content!” Live landing page optimization @ #convcon
— Michael Fritz (@mfritzonline) March 18, 2014
Oh yeah, there were “selfies” like this one, too:
— Stratigent (@Stratigent) March 19, 2014
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
Conversion Conference SF 2014 Recap: 3 Actionable Themes by Jocelyn Burch
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. You can enjoy Early Bird rates until May 9th so check out the agenda and register today!