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The EXM Experience: Tips, Tricks, and How to Get Started

For those interested, I have scheduled a slot for the Sitecore New England User Group on my presentation on Sitecore’s Email Experience Manager on March 14th, 2018! This will be my first overall presentation to the Sitecore community and hopefully the first of many more to come!  I will also be submitting this for SUGCON EU in Berlin, Germany in April 2018! We’ll have to see if this talk gets picked!

The 411

ABOUT: Sitecore’s Email Experience Manager has gone through a lot of changes over the last two years. Most notably with the release of EXM 3.5 and rumblings of future changes coming down the pipe. I’ll highlight some of the features of the latest versions as well as take a dive into how to get started with Email Experience Manager and what you need to watch out for.

We’ll discuss configuration, scaling options, and tricks of the trade. Whether you are scarred by past versions of ECM/EXM or brand new to email marketing, you will walk away feeling a little bit more comfortable about introducing the Email Experience into your projects!

WHAT: The EXM Experience: Tips, Tricks, and How to Get Started

WHEN: March 14th, 2018 6:00PM-8:00PM

WHERE: Velir 212 Elm Street, Somerville, MA 02144

RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Sitecore-User-Group-New-England/events/245643862

Hope to see you there!

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