20 Conversion Factoids Worth Tweeting About

Conversion Nerd
Be the ultimate conversion nerd and tweet these factoids

Factoid: A combination of fact and steroid. Known to boost your social power to illegal levels.

Fortunately, juicing social style on Twitter won’t get you booted from the World Series, but it will make you sound smarter than the average bear.

So Tweet away like your conversion career depends on it…

My top 3?

About Oli Gardner
Unbounce co-founder Oli Gardner has seen more landing pages than anyone on the planet. He’s obsessed with identifying and reversing bad marketing practices, and his disdain for marketers who send campaign traffic to their homepage is legendary, resulting in landing page rants that can peel paint off an unpainted wall. A prolific international keynote speaker, Oli is on a mission to rid the world of marketing mediocrity by using data-informed copywriting, design, interaction, and psychology to create a more delightful experience for marketers and customers alike. He was recently named the "The 2018 Marketer to Watch," in the under 46 category, by his mother.
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  3. Laura Phillips

    Another great CRO round up, thanks Oli & Unbounce. I think ‘don’t test for testing’s sake’ is one of the more prominent messages here. The amount of time companies spend testing page elements without knowing why or what their goal is can be quite painful! Know what you are looking to achieve and why before you test.

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