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Recap: Multivariate Testing and Online Marketing Webinar

I recently presented at the OMS Virtual Summit 2010, an online-only event that included an all-virtual expo hall, keynote theatre and breakout sessions in a variety of marketing disciplines.  As a featured presenter, I decided to put on my tech hat and present a webinar and case study on “multivariate testing.”

For an on-demand archive of the presentation, click on the image below, or visit the OMS Virtual Summit website.

oms virtual summit garry przyklenk multivariate testing

If you do not see the presentation from the direct link, make sure you have the following browser extensions downloaded and installed:

  • Adobe Flash
  • Windows Media Player
  • Real Player

Thanks to everyone that “attended” the Virtual Summit and my presentation, and I apologize that we could not get to the Q&A session as promised.  Should you have any questions about my session, feel free to email me at gprzyklenk [at] marketwire [dot] com.

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