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Upcoming webinar: Planning and Running Your First Experiment in Website Optimizer

Tuesday, September 22, 2009 9/22/2009 01:57:00 PM

A little while back we hosted a webinar with Tim Ash, one of our Website Optimizer Authorized Consultants, on the 7 Sins of Landing Page Design. Thousands of people watched the webinar, and for many it sparked the question, "Now I know why visitors aren't converting, but what do I do about it?"

To guide you through the next step we're hosting another free webinar this week. It's being led by David Booth who also runs our Website Optimizer Seminars for Success. I've watched David teach Website Optimizer to hundreds of folks and he is an expert trainer. During the 1-hour webinar he's going to share with you how to plan and run your first experiment in Website Optimizer. Afterwards, David will be taking your live questions for a 30 minute Q&A session.

The webinar is being held on Thursday, September 24th at 10AM PDT. If you can't make it, don't worry, we'll also post it on the GWO YouTube channel.


Jon Bev said...

Will this be on the "GWO YouTube channel" soon?

Trevor Claiborne said...

Yes we'll be putting this up on our channel as soon as the recording is ready.

Jon Bev said...

Looking forward to seeing it. Any time soon? Its been almost a month!

gary said...

Thanks for putting the link up, I enjoyed the webinar and found it informative. One thing that I found when setting up my first optimizer campaign was that there were few links to the tool & I always had to hunt around to move from my analytics account to the optomizer account. Could you make it more prominent?

Internet Marketing said...

Hi, when is the training coming to the UK or Europe?

When is Google releasing it for webmasters and seo companies?



Trevor Claiborne said...

Hi Jeff,

We posted this webinar to our YouTube channel some time ago:

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