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April 28, 2022

Tumbleweeds on this blog site, so I wanted to take a moment and come out of the hibernation that I was in.

Analytics Processing on DataSource Items

How to wire DataSource Items to process the Analytics Tracking field to trigger goals and page events!

SUGCON EU 2018 – Reflections

  The Feels of SUGCON Prost! Just got back to Boston from having a whirlwind trip to Berlin, Germany. Before all of the feels and emotions escape me, I wanted to get my reflections out from this amazing journey!  First and foremost, the Sitecore Community. Y’all!  This is really what this conference is all about…. Read More ›

Email Delivery Options in Sitecore’s Email Experience Manager

Recently, a Sitecore Stack Exchange question was posted asking about the differences between Sitecore’s Cloud Email Delivery Service and the Custom SMTP configuration that is provided by Sitecore’s Email Experience Manager (EXM). The following is my answer to that question, which I felt made for a good blog post. The difference between Sitecore Email Cloud… Read More ›

SVDD: Using Forms in Sitecore 9 and xDB Together

We just wrapped up the first annual Sitecore Virtual Developer Day. I am really happy to have had the opportunity to participate! My topic was on using the new Sitecore Forms available now in Sitecore 9 and identifying contacts through it as well as triggering goals which can then translate to performing personalization on a… Read More ›

Pete Navarra Wins Sitecore “Most Valuable Professional” Award

Pete Navarra Wins Sitecore “Most Valuable Professional” Award Elite distinction awarded for exceptional contributions to the Sitecore ecosystem BOSTON, MA, USA — January, 31, 2018 Sitecore Hacker, also known as Pete Navarra, today announced that Pete Navarra, Director of Technical Strategy at Connective DX has been named a “Most Valuable Professional (MVP)” in the Technology… Read More ›

Sitecore Users vs. Sitecore Contacts: One Is Not Like The Other

Recently on Sitecore Stack Exchange, a question was asked regarding the Email Experience Manager (EXM) process and having a double opt-in form for a newsletter subscription. The root of the question actually had nothing to do with EXM and instead, how to manage contacts versus managing users. A lot of early implementations of EXM (and… Read More ›

Sitecore 9.0.1 on Azure: PaaS Deployment Guide

A definitive guide taking you on a journey through deploying Sitecore on Azure PaaS.

Introducing Email Experience Manager for the Sitecore Experience Platform 9

Today, Sitecore has released the next big update for Sitecore 9, Sitecore Experience Platform v.9.0.1 rev. 171219.  This is a really big and highly anticipated release, solving a number of known issues around Sitecore Forms and other bug fixes.  But more importantly is the first version for Sitecore 9, let alone Sitecore in general, where… Read More ›

EXM Dashboard

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… Read More ›

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