StrikeIron Webinar: How to Increase Your Landing Page Conversion Rate 10-30%

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Free webinar on proven, effective method for optimizing landing pages.

StrikeIron announced that it will host a free webinar titled “How to Increase Your Landing Page Conversion Rate 10-30%.”

This webinar will focus on how to take landing pages to the next level. It will discuss why it takes more than just compelling content and visual aspects to get a user to convert.

Justin Helmig, VP of Marketing at StrikeIron will host the webinar on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 2 p.m. ET.

  •     How you can improve your conversions by 10%-30% using real-time validation
  •     The best user experience for getting prospects to correct invalid data
  •     How to integrate validation tools including a source code example

“We are excited to share best practices with digital marketers,” said Justin Helmig. “We are looking forward to providing under-utilized optimization techniques that you can use to dramatically increase the 'real' conversion rate of your landing pages.”

To register for the free, one-hour webinar, please click on the following link: http://blog.strikeiron.com/landing-page-optimization-webinar

About StrikeIron:

StrikeIron is the leader in Data-as-a-Service (DaaS), delivering data quality and communications solutions via our cloud platform IronCloud. We provide email verification, address verification, phone validation, phone append, SMS text messaging, and sales tax solutions to customers in a variety of markets. Our solutions are delivered as Web services that can be easily integrated into landing pages, web forms, lead management systems, CRM systems, e-commerce shopping cards and nearly any other application or system. Additionally, our solutions are pre-integrated into leading platforms like: Magento, Eloqua, Salesforce.com, Informatica, Oracle CRM On-Demand and more. Visit us on the web at http://www.strikeiron.com.

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