How to Optimize Your Marketing for Higher Conversions [Twitter Chat]

Twitter Chat: How to Optimize Your Marketing for Higher Conversions

We’ve got a fantastic lineup of speakers at our upcoming ASCEND Digital Marketing Summit in October.


To introduce you to these incredible speakers, we’ve organized three special #AWeberHour Twitter chats.

Our first chat will be Wednesday, July 1, from 2-3 p.m. ET. We’ll be chatting with three conversion optimization experts who will be sharing ways you can get higher conversions by optimizing your marketing efforts.

The top chat contributor will receive some AWeber goodies, so be sure to participate!

Our Guest Panelists

Oli Gardner, @OliGardner

Oli is co-founder of Unbounce. He’s seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet and coined the term “conversion centered design,” authoring the marketing theory behind its seven principles. At Unbounce, he lives in front of a 20-foot whiteboard, mashing up usability, interaction design and landing page optimization to create better conversion experiences. His disdain for marketers that send campaign traffic to their homepage is legendary.

Ardath Albee, @Ardath421

Ardath is a B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of Marketing Interactions, Inc. She helps companies with complex sales use persona-driven digital content strategies to turn prospects into buyers and convince customers stay. She’s the author of Digital Relevance: Developing Marketing Content and Strategies that Drive Results and has been voted one of the 50 Most Influential People in Sales and Lead Management for the past four years and a 2014 Woman to Watch in B2B Marketing by FierceCMO.

Noah Kagan, @NoahKagan

Noah is the Chief Sumo and SumoMe, which provides free tools to help grow your website traffic. He was #30 at Facebook, #4 at Mint, and is a top-rated taco connoisseur.

How to Participate

  1. Create a Twitter account.
  2. Follow @AWeber and our guest experts.
  3. Follow the hashtag #AWeberHour using our tweetchat room or your favorite Twitter application (e.g., Twitter.com, Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, etc.), and be sure to include the hashtag in your tweet.

One Comment

  1. Gary Goodin

    6/28/2015 8:40 pm

    Impressive panel of digital marketing gurus. Love the term “conversion centered design” by Oil Gardner.