[Contest] Win A Crazy Egg Pro Account and Website Optimization Book

by 2 08/21/2012

Ok.  Fasten your seatbelts.

We’ve got prizes for folks interested in conversion.

Here are the prizes:

This is an outstanding book.  And it’s not just me who thinks so.  This book got rave reviews from the likes of Avinash Kaushik, Tim Ash and Bryan Eisenberg.

  • One [cleverest] winner will win a copy of the book and a FREE full year of Crazy Egg Pro ($1200 value)

Learn more about the Crazy Egg software here.

Website Optimization: An Hour A DayI’ll get to the contest rules in just a sec but first a word about the book.

Why you should read this book

Most business owners and marketers know they should be testing.  But testing is a daunting task.  Website Optimization: An Hour a Day is a road map that will ramp you up from understanding to execution of website optimization.

Here are five reasons you should get this book ASAP:

  • It’s written for you - Rarely do you read a book that is able to satisfy the needs of both the beginner and intermediate learner.  This book is for anyone looking to increase the effectiveness of their website.  It is presented in a bite-sized manner (an hour a day) that won’t overwhelm the beginner and won’t disappoint the intermediate.
  • It’s practical – There’s nothing fluffy about this book.  This is real back-to-the-office stuff that immediately hits the bottom line.
  • Advice on tools – You can stop guessing.  Find out the tools that work from a seasoned website optimization expert.  Rich Page shares over 75 of these tools in the book.
  • It’s not just website optimization – This book will improve everything from the usability of your website to your copywriting skills to your understanding of your customers.  These activities transcend website testing and cross into nearly every marketing and sales activity.
  • This guy is an expert – Rich Page has been working on websites for over 10 years with Fortune 500 clients as well as working in testing and optimization for Disney Online.

Get your copy of Website Optimization: An Hour A Day here.

Find out more about Rich on his website optimization blog and follow him on Twitter for optimization and testing tips.

Contest Rules

Ok.  Here’s how you win.

What YOU need to do:

1.  Tweet the following and fill-in-the-blank with y0ur response before end of day Thursday, August 23rd, 2012.

The only thing more important than website optimization is ____________ @crazyegg #ConvContest http://ow.ly/d5RvQ

What WE will do:

1.  We will read through all responses and select the 5 most clever tweets.

What do we mean by clever?  Well, if we laugh, cry or stroke our chins in deep thought as a result of your tweet you are a possible finalist.  No need to be vulgar, there are plenty of hashtags for that.

2.  We will then post the finalists on the blog on Monday, August 27th, 2012 and ask readers to vote for the #1 response.

3.  All prize winners will be announced on Thursday, August 30th, 2012.

Prizes:

Miscellany:

  • Tweet as many times as you like (Unlimited Entries)
  • Winners in the U.S. will win the physical book
  • Winners outside the U.S. will win the Kindle Edition

Any questions?  Leave them in the comments.  Otherwise, happy tweeting!

About 

Russ Henneberry is the Editorial Director at Digital Marketer. He's worked on digital marketing projects for companies like CrazyEgg, Salesforce.com and Network Solutions. You can connect with Russ on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ or on his blog.

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2 COMMENTS

Richard N. Stephenson

Oooh this sounds like fun! I’ve got my tweets buffered up and ready to go. Thanks for doing this and here’s to everyone tweeting the hee-haw out of this content. :) Go Crazyegg!

August 22, 2012 Reply

    Russ Henneberry

    Ha ha! Awesome Richard! Looking forward to seeing your responses!

    August 23, 2012 Reply


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