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Last updated: August 2017
Upcoming webcast: “Golden questions” that reveal why your visitors aren’t converting
The easiest way to understand why visitors aren’t converting is to ask them.
But what questions should you ask?
In this webcast, you’ll discover
- Six “golden questions” that we use to reveal exactly why visitors aren’t converting.
- A new way to think about questions, which will make it easier to know what to ask in any situation.
- Why we use the survey tool Qualaroo, and some inventive ways to use it to identify conversion opportunities.
We’ll co-present the webcast with Sean Ellis, the CEO of Qualaroo. Sean has helped to grow some of Silicon Valley’s most successful startups, including Dropbox, LogMeIn and Eventbrite.
How to reserve your place
We’ll present the webcast twice this Thursday, October 31. There’s no reason to attend both sessions, unless you’re like that amnesic guy out of the movie Memento. (In which case you’ll probably spend the time frantically tattooing our slides onto your cluttered chest.)
Each session will be 60 minutes long.
The earlier session will be at 10:00 a.m. Eastern US / 2:00 p.m. UK (see other time zones). Reserve your place here for the earlier webcast ›
The later session will be at 1:15 p.m. Eastern US / 5:15 p.m. UK (see other time zones). Reserve your place here for the later webcast ›
This is “Time-Zone-Confusion Week” when some countries have left daylight savings time but others haven’t. If in doubt, be sure to use the time-zone checkers above.
What you should do now
1. If you’d like us to work on your website—to dramatically improve your conversion rate and profits (like we did for all these companies), then claim your FREE website strategy session. On this free phone consultation, one of our experts will discuss your conversion goals and suggest strategies to double your sales.
2. If you’d like to learn conversion for free, go to our “Learning Zone” page, where you can download templates of million-dollar winning pages. Or, if you’d like us to build your company’s in-house capabilities (not for free), then contact us and we’ll discuss your requirements.
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