Ask ANYTHING you want about CRO with Brian Massey and Joanna Wiebe!

By Jamie Newton | @jnewton09 | Senior Communications Manager at Hanapin Marketing

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) is a must these days, so if you don’t have a CRO program for your PPC account – time to jump on the bandwagon!

We’ve gathered CRO experts, Brian Massey and Joanna Wiebe, as well as Hanapin Marketing’s CRO Manager, Roopa Carpenter, for a fun new webinar where you get to ask them ANYTHING YOU WANT about conversion rate optimization. And when we say anything, we mean anything!

Ask them about how they define CRO, what to test, where to find ideas to test, how long to run a test, when to stop testing, what are their success stories with CRO, what would they do on YOUR landing page, etc. The possibilities are endless!

If you have a burning question about CRO, then click through the link, fill out the signup form and include your question in the appropriate box. We’ll be compiling a list of questions to ask our experts during the live webinar on Thursday, April 9th at 1pm EST.

We’ll get through as many questions as possible, so be ready for quick but full answers and some quirky fun with our presenters.

Questions are due by Monday, April 6th at midnight! Or if you just want to watch the fun, signup and don’t worry about the question box.


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