Unbounce Announces Canada's First Conference Focused on Landing Pages & Conversion Optimization

Unbounce announced its inaugural online marketing conference. The Call To Action Conference will be on Friday, September 12th in Vancouver.

The Vancouver startup is bringing in some of the world’s most renowned landing page and online marketing experts for a day-long conference in historic Gastown. The one-day event will feature industry thought leaders sharing actionable insights on landing page strategies, PPC, optimization, design and online psychology.

Denmark-based Conversion expert Michael Aagaard will be joined by Growth Hackers founder and Qualaroo CEO Sean Ellis, Digital Marketing pro Peep Laja, Growth Marketer and CMO at BigDoor Joanna Lord, Vancouver-based Braden Hoepner CMO at (recently acquired) Coastal Contacts and Unbounce’s own Co-founder Oli Gardner among others.

“We’re thrilled to host the inaugural Call to Action Conference in our own backyard” says Co-founder and CEO Rick Perreault. “Bringing this caliber of thought leaders together to deliver actionable advice will be a first for Canada and Unbounce is excited to help marketers level up their skills.”

The conference will focus entirely on actionable marketing strategies that attendees can apply to their own online marketing efforts. Following the conference, Unbounce also has various activities planned for attendees to explore the 'best of' Vancouver throughout the weekend.

Company:
Unbounce
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Unbounce is the landing page builder designed for marketers. Build and test high-converting mobile-responsive landing pages for your campaigns—no coding required. With drag-and-drop functionality, professionally-designed templates, A/B testing, lead generation tools and CRM, WordPress, analytics and marketing automation integrations, Unbounce is the most powerful and customizable landing page... more


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