|By PR Newswire||
|August 22, 2014 08:43 AM EDT||
CHALFONT, Pa., Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AWeber's Hunter Boyle, heads to Australia's ProBlogger Training Event to lead a 90-minute workshop titled, "Small Changes, Big Gains: Your Site & Email Optimisation Action Plan."
The ProBlogger Training Event is scheduled to kick off this year's conference with some of the most influential bloggers in the world, attracting hundreds of thousands of social network followers, that will help to create a massive buzz in the lead up to and following the event.
Boyle's workshop is designed with solopreneurs in mind and will cover proven techniques that have achieved triple-digit gains.
In just 90 minutes, bloggers will leave this interactive session with:
- A firm grasp of 5 key principles to increase your leads and sales
- At least 3-5 high-impact ideas you can implement in less than an hour
- A fresh approach for creating engaging content that boosts results
- An overview of resources and tools that'll help maximize your efforts
- An 11-step optimisation action plan for your site and email marketing
"Most bloggers get overwhelmed producing content, and optimizing their sites for conversion drops way down the to-do list," says Boyle. "It needn't be that way. I can't wait to share these tips with the audience!"
Part of the ProBlogger Event is hosted by one of AWeber's top customers, Darren Rowse, and also features top clients Pat Flynn, Chris Ducker and more.
"As a bonus, twenty workshop attendees chosen at random will win a rapid-fire teardown of their blog, landing page funnel or a current email," said Boyle. "These 10-minute sessions have helped marketers implement simple changes and achieve gains of up to 300%!"
AWeber, headquartered in Chalfont, Pa., helps more than 120,000 businesses, entrepreneurs and bloggers increase sales and profits through its suite of web-based email marketing software. The privately held company was founded in 1998. For more information, visit aweber.com, subscriber to the AWeber blog, or follow on Twitter and Facebook.
Media Contact: Brandyn Bissinger