CRO Expert Chris Goward on Next WAMA Event

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Got questions on conversion rate optimization (CRO) and lead generation? You can get the best answers straight from CRO expert Chris Goward on the next Warrior TV - Warrior Ask Me Anything (WAMA). He is the founder of WiderFunnel and the author of “You Should Test That!” -- the best-selling book about how leading companies are using marketing optimization techniques.

This event will be on March 19th, 6pm EST. Register for free now and submit your questions for Chris on anything about conversion rate optimization, landing page design, lead generation, eCommerce, affiliate marketing, marketing principles, value proposition, branding, or building and running a company.

More about Chris

Chris founded WiderFunnel in 2007 after working in advertising for years. WiderFunnel is a full-service marketing optimization agency that is now regarded as one of the best conversion optimization agencies in the world with huge clients like Google, Electronic Arts, eBay, BuildDirect.com, and Magento. Since then, he’s been a keynote speaker to 100+ conferences in 30+ cities worldwide.

It was in 2013 when he authored the Amazon bestseller “You Should Test That!” which is recommended by thought-leaders David Meerman Scott, Mitch Joel, Avinash Kaushik, and Neil Patel, as well as executives from Microsoft, Dell, Google, and MarketingProfs.

Watch Chris Goward’s WAMA event invitation video here. Don’t forget to reserve your seats! Register now.

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