Conversion Optimization Webinar Evaluation 1 July 2009

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Evaluation of Kai Radanitsch presenting conversion optimization tactics for websites, landing pages etc. It took place on July 1 as an online seminar.

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Conversion Optimization Webinar Evaluation 1 July 2009

  1. 1. EVALUATION web seminar Better results with conversion 01-07 optimization with Kai Radanitsch, eBusinesslab
  2. 2. Featured speaker: Kai Radanitsch Ebusinesslab
  3. 3. Brought* to you by *Ok to click on logos :- )
  4. 4. Summary webinar “Measuring the customer experience to increase loyalty and retention” – 30 June, 2009 • 29 marketers from 17 countries signed up for this FEDMA and Markedu web-seminar • 17 people showed-up • 1 cancelled and 11 didn’t show up • 51 received an evaluation email • 36 people filled out the evaluation (70,59%) • Here are the results. . .
  5. 5. ”Evaluate speaker: Kai Radanitsch” 1 is bad – 7 is great Kai Radanitsch’s presentation was very well received
  6. 6. Marketing quality and technical quality 1 is bad – 7 is great Marketing quality was once again rated excellent Technical quality was very well received
  7. 7. 81,82% said they are likely to recommend the “Conversion optimization…” web-seminar to others 81,82% said they would recommend the web seminar to others
  8. 8. Did the web-seminar meet your expectations? 81,82% said their expectations were met or exceeded
  9. 9. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback " I could have listened all day. The tips were excellent and it was wonderful hearing about our browsing habits and quirks. Due to time constraints we have not yet asked this person if we may publish his or her name
  10. 10. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback “The web-seminar was great. I liked it a lot, because I have heard a lot of new tips and tricks that I haven't heard before. I liked it as well because it was very well presented with a lot of practical cases. The speaker showed us a good and a bad example of the elements ... Really it was a good presentation and I wish we could hear some more of this topic." Due to time constraints we have not yet asked this person if we may publish his or her name
  11. 11. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback “This Guest has a ‘hear inviting’ voice, spoke nicely (slow) not stressed, without focusing what he wanted to tell the audience. I still think the program should be kept within 60 minutes. Have a look at http://www.pechakucha.nl. This Pecha Kucha cam from Japan and is spread out all over the world. The performance is very strict, not more then 10 minutes and not more then 20 slides you are used to tell something about your work and introduction. The intention is of course a little different, but perhaps a frame from 60 minutes and lets say 20 or 30 slides is an option. We still believe your idea is a very good one”.
  12. 12. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback " This web-seminar was very nice. Not only did the speaker give some theory about the topic, but he also gave a perfect example about the theory. I am definitely going to attend many more this kind of seminars..” Due to time constraints we have not yet asked this person if we may publish his or her name
  13. 13. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback “Though it was very good, as always, for me, there was something missing in the content, like a practical example of a client entering a website and simulating a shop.” Due to time constraints we have not yet asked this person if we may publish his or her name
  14. 14. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback “I have 3 years experience with design of landing pages, and I have read lots of books about the topics. However, this seminar still gave me plenty of useful tips that I have not learned before. I went straight to fixing the pages we already have up and running. Thanks!” Due to time constraints we have not yet asked this person if we may publish his or her name
  15. 15. Testimonials, recommendations and constructive feedback " I WANT MORE. KAI RADANITSCH BLEW ME AWAY WITH HIS CONCRETE TIPS AND ADVICE. THE PART ABOUT THE PLACEMENT OF USPS IN A LIST OF BULLETS WAS WORTH THOUSANDS ALONE. GIVE ME MOOOOOORE PLEASE” Due to time constraints we have not yet asked this person if we may publish his or her name
  16. 16. Moving forward • Great feedback, thank you. We will use it to improve the next web-seminars • We are working hard to identify more speakers, more interesting topics and look forward to seeing you at one of our events. • More web-seminars and marketing events here: www.markedu.com
  17. 17. Marketing learnings by Michael Leander • It is interesting to see how differently two people review the same experience. It again goes to prove how important it is to match speaker, topic and competence level of attendees. • Conversion from signup to attendance is a an issue with web- seminars as it is with regular seminars. If I may ask; why is it so difficult to send a cancellation email, if people cannot make it or change their mind? • Stay tuned: http://meemoo2.com
  18. 18. To learn more – click the link below
  19. 19. Marketing inspiration and education you can afford www.markedu.com

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