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Conversion Optimization for the Enterprise

How to build a World Class Optimization Program

Welcome to the Ivy League of conversion rate optimization. Let the top minds in conversion optimization teach you how to build and manage a testing program that drives consistent and impressive revenue.

Today’s top CRO experts have come together to teach you how to build a world class optimization program and tackle some of the toughest optimization challenges out there…step-by-step.

Conversion optimization is a process. This email course will teach you the process you need to boost your conversion rate, increase revenue, and show consistent results. The end goal is that your team will reach a higher salience in the organization and will bring an experimentation mindset to the culture.

In this 100% free email course, you’ll get field-tested, actionable advice from real practitioners. You’ll be able to take these insights and apply them directly to your business.

World Class Teachers

Ronny Kohavi
Microsoft
Matt Gershoff
Conductrics
Adam Avramescu
Optimizely
Judah Phillips
Smart Current
Andrew Anderson
Recovery Brands
Peep Laja
CXL
Ryan Farley
LawnStarter
Alex Birkett
CXL
Erik Johnson
Morningstar
Merritt Aho
Dun & Bradstreet

10 Insight-Packed Lessons Packed with Actionable CRO Wisdom

E-mailTopicTeacher
1Introduction: What Can CRO do for your business?Adam Avramescu
24 Organizational Tactics to Build a Culture of OptimizationAndrew Anderson
3Getting Organizational Buy-In for OptimizationErik Johnson
4Building Your Optimization Tech StackAlex Birkett
5How to Build an Optimization TeamMerritt Aho
6Advanced Analytics for OptimizationJudah Phillips
7Planning and Prioritizing ExperimentsPeep Laja
8Advanced Topics in A/B TestingRon Kohavi
9Personalization at ScaleMatt Gershoff
10Communicating Results to StakeholdersRyan Farley
11Summary, and What to Do NextPeep Laja

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