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Founder and CEO of WiderFunnel
Author, Keynote Speaker

When companies like Google, Electronic Arts, Ebay, Magento, and 1-800 Flowers want great marketing optimization results, they call Chris Goward.

Chris founded WiderFunnel with the belief that marketing agencies should prove their value. His book, You Should Test That!, redefined conversion optimization, showing how to create dramatic business improvements. 

Chris Goward keynote speaker

Chris Goward

Top Rated Conference Speaker 

"Chris was keynote speaker at the Conversions@Google event. His presentation was to an audience of 350 senior leaders from Google's largest advertisers across EMEA. The feedback was extremely positive - Chris' optimisation insights and framework will bring huge value to online advertisers both large and small, and his delivery was engaging, funny and thought provoking. We'd welcome him back in a heartbeat!
Scott Field, Google

"Chris is one of the best in the world at understanding how to help marketers with conversion - a critical component in content marketing today. Plus, a great speaker and author to boot!"
- Joe Pulizzi, Content Marketing Institute

"Chris gave my favorite presentation of the conference. He specializes in conversion rate optimization and had a really awesome presentation full of case studies and great examples. He also hosted a workshop that was very well attended."
- Rebecca Kelley

Top Speaker Ratings

"I would like to thank you for the best talk at the analytics conference this week. It was great!" 
- Björn Lilja 

"Chris delivered one of best sessions at the eMetrics Summit. He provided actionable insights with examples that really helped educate. His depth of knowledge shines through on stage. That's why he's back by popular demand."
- Jim Sterne, Founder, eMetrics Summit

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