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Former Director of Conversion Services
Keith Hagen comes from the web optimization world, and has been gaining insights into what is and isn’t working with websites since 2002. Following his postgraduate studies, Hagen moved from his native Nova Scotia, Canada, to Colorado to work as an internet programmer. He then moved to the business side of the internet. In the corporate world, he has driven the improvements of more than 30 websites (eCommerce and B2B).
When not working, Hagen can be found hauling his kids to music or skating lessons, or spending quality time with his family in Denver and Copper Mountain, Colorado.
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