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Monday, Jan. 21, 2013 at 10:28 am

Not To Miss: Which Test Won Live Event!

By Mariel Bacci
January 21st, 2013

Which Test Won is holding a live event! From May 8-10th in Austin, Texas you will have the opportunity to meet and learn from some of the premiere names in testing.

Day One:

Approximately 20 Conversion experts will share real life Case studies and their outcomes with you.  This should be a great opportunity to get some ideas of tests for your own site or those of your clients.

Day Two:

You get to participate in four specific Working Group sessions, from a total of 12 available. Each session will be led by an expert in the field who’ll brief you on advanced best practices, and the meat of the session is between you and your peers.

Networking:

From one-on-one consultations with industry experts to evening drinks with your peers, his conference will ensure you are making quality connections with industry peers and leaders.

To stay at the top of your field, 3% or your gross income should go toward continuing your education.  We highly recommend that you invest in this conference.  Like the WhichTestWon website, we expect it to be full of lessons that you can apply to real life and use to increase the ROI on your own website and that of your clients.

Register by January 31 for 50% Off!

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Comments (24)

  1. Thanx for the information..Looking forward to grab the opportunity..One thing I need to know is there any submission of my website ?
    and am I gonna get the detailed analysis from the experts?

  2. Looks like it’ll be a great chance for us to better optimize our ecommerce site conversions.

    Btw is there a list of who the 20 conversion experts will be?

  3. “It is rightly said. One killer post can prevail for a longer time than many poor quality posts. There is no meaning posting 10 poor quality posts a week. But one quality post a week can do it all. This can bring you traffic flooding. So Quality is always more needed than quantity.” I think it is common for many to mistake “Content is King” for quantity over quality. It has to be a balance. You can lose good customers with poor content, ie… irrelevant to them, poor grammar, spelling, repeated content

  4. Hello Mariel! Thank you for the conference notification. I also think 3% of a salesperson’s or business person’s gross earnings should go to continuing education. I enjoy keeping an edge on my competition. Thank you, Sam :)

  5. “It is rightly said. One killer post can prevail for a longer time than many poor quality posts.

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  7. Sounds really great. Would love to be the part of this event. Thanks for sharing its details with us. Thanks. Diana.

  8. @Sunny Mui – not sure of the full list of 20 testers, but I know Andy Edmonds of eBay, Nazli Yuzak of Dell, Justin Cutroni of Google and Robin Chiang of Paypal who’s really excellent will be attending.

  9. “It is rightly said. One killer post can prevail for a longer time than many poor quality posts

    thanks alot for the nice topic

  10. Ooops. Seems I missed the 50% discount. Anyway, what’s the cost of attending the conference? I would love to be a part of it.

  11. And where exactly in Austin will this conference be held?

  12. I see there are 8 experts detailed so far on the site. I’m interested in seeing who the remaining will be.

  13. I’ve been following whichtestwon for at least a year now and have found it to be an extremely valuable resource in a/b testing. This event isn’t cheap but I’m sure it’ll be full of useful information that can give your conversions a lift.

  14. I like the concept and I’d like to participate, but Texas is just a bit far :-(

  15. I think A/B test won this competition and Micheal Aagard is very happy with it. Really a great A/B tester is that man!!

  16. Thanks for posting about our big show! Regarding folk’s questions/comments:

    1. We’ve now posted tons more speakers and detailed session descriptions at the site. Groupon, Wyndam Hotels, and a bunch of other brands are presenting their testing info.

    2. The location is the Austin Music Hall in downtown Austin – which is walking distance to tons of restaurants and clubs.

    3. We’re the LEAST EXPENSIVE show on conversions this year by several hundred dollars… :-) . Plus, we’re the only show with this big a number of client-side (brand-side) speakers instead of vendors.

    Hope to see you there!

  17. Looks like it’ll be a great chance for us to better optimize our ecommerce site conversions.
    //True

  18. This sounds like a great event. You can learn a lot from these types of events.

  19. It would be great to join the event of the day one. The conversations of 20 experts.

  20. where is in Austin will this conference be held?

  21. Would love to be the part of this event. Thanks for sharing its details with us.

  22. And where exactly in Austin will this conference be help?

  23. Nice! I will be making the drive up from San Antonio.

  24. WhichTestWon’s event will be at the Austin Music Hall – which is in downtown Austin with plenty of parking and within walking distance of hotels, clubs, restaurants, etc. Normally rock bands play there!

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Mariel is a GA certified analyst at FutureNow, Inc.

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