Market Motive Invites Website Submissions for Free Expert Conversion Optimization Evaluation from Bryan Eisenberg

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Internet Marketing Training provider seeks live business sites for free evaluation in conjunction with conversion optimization training program. unprecedented opportunity to have your website evaluated by the best in the business...

Market Motive, a web-based Internet Marketing Training and Certification provider, announced today that Optimization Faculty Chair Bryan Eisenberg is seeking live websites for evaluation and testing as part of the launch of the new Conversion Optimization program.

Eisenberg will assign students the selected websites as part of their coursework in the new Conversion Optimization Training Certification Course. As students learn to assess issues of usability, customer persona identification, and maintaining consistent "scent" through the conversion process, Bryan will work directly with them, making recommendations to increase conversion.

Eisenberg opened the submission period Monday, December 7th at the Search Engine Strategies Chicago Conference during his presentation "20 Secrets of Top Converting Websites".

The results will be featured at SES New York in March 2010 during a live peek at Market Motive's Internet Marketing Master Certification dissertation defense, in a public webinar, and on the Market Motive website.

"This is an unprecedented opportunity to have your website evaluated by the best in the business," said Michael Stebbins, CEO of Market Motive. "Bryan's expertise in the field of conversion optimization is unparalleled, and the value to the owners who get their sites included in the program is immeasurable. Historically, implementing Bryan's recommendations have increased conversions and revenues dramatically."

Owners interested in having their sites considered for the program should contact Market Motive for more information.

Bryan Eisenberg a sought after consultant and bestselling author

Bryan Eisenberg, Conversion Faculty Chair at Market Motive, is the bestselling author (with Jeffrey Eisenberg) of "Waiting For Your Cat To Bark", "Always Be Testing" and "Call To Action", co-founder of Future Now, Inc, on the Advisory Board of SES, and a respected consultant and speaker.

How Market Motive Works:

Members view online courses and interact with the all-star faculty to learn the latest internet marketing practices. After testing and certification, continuing members stay current via consultations and interactive workshops with the online marketing industry's bestselling authors and speakers.

"Take the fundamental e-marketing books of our time and mix it in with the content that you get at the big 3 interactive marketing conferences, it still wouldn't match the quality or value of this program," said Mark Beitz, Marketing Director at Rasmussen College. "The difference is faculty interaction and their desire for students to learn the material. The cost of paying the entire Dream Team a consulting retainer for three months would be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, however, the type of experience you get is comparable, and at a fraction of the cost."

About Market Motive

Market Motive provides Internet Marketing Training and Certification courses through web-based videos, weekly live webinars, online testing, and consultations that teach the latest Internet Marketing concepts and best practices. Certification courses are available in a variety of Internet Marketing disciplines.

The Master Certification curriculum includes a dissertation defense, live webcast graduation and endorsements from the top authors and thought leaders in internet marketing. Ongoing memberships are available to groups and individuals for training updates and sessions with the top internet marketing consultants.

The company also provides consulting services to a limited number of clients. Market Motive was founded in 2007 by Michael Stebbins, John Marshall, and Avinash Kaushik and is based in Scotts Valley, California. For more information, visit or call (831) 706-2369.

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