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Sent DMS qualified leads automatically to sales

Sent DMS qualified leads automatically to sales

I was recently meeting with a customer discussing the first steps they wanted to take to utilize the DMS. One of the first cases they came up with was to have the ability to prioritize leads coming in from the website based on engagement value points, so they could feed sales with more relevant contacts […]

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Building custom newsletter templates for Sitecore’s ECM 2.x

By on September 23, 2013 in ECM, Sitecore with 3 Comments
Building custom newsletter templates for Sitecore’s ECM 2.x

This blog post describes how to create a custom news template for ECM 2.x. This template is made available in the SPEAK interface so content editors and marketers can start using it. When a newsletter is created based of this template, it is possible to dynamically add controls to it and personalize it. The given […]

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New Sitecore Module: Sitecore Partner AboutInformation Module

New Sitecore Module: Sitecore Partner AboutInformation Module

Hi there, I’ve just released a new Sitecore Shared Source module on the Sitecore Marketplace. The Sitecore Partner AboutInformation Module shows Sitecore Partner information on the login page of Sitecore and in the About window in the Content Editor. Partners are usually very proud of their work, and with this module they can show who […]

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Sitecore License Expiration Module 2.0

By on April 2, 2013 in Modules, Shared Source, Sitecore with 9 Comments
Sitecore License Expiration Module 2.0

Hi there, In february 5th 2013 I saw a tweet of Kevin Williams in which he wrote the following: Thanks, @Sitecore for renewing my Xpress license this morning. Was only down for couple hours. Could we get a “license expires in 7 days”? (https://twitter.com/williamsk000/status/298851632127549440) And when I saw that tweet, I noticed that the same […]

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Daily Tip: Use the Customized Startbar module

Daily Tip: Use the Customized Startbar module

Tired of switching between the Master and Core database during development? Making the mistake of making changes on the wrong database? Install the Customized Startbar Module. This module will do multiple things, but the main two things that I really like are: You can add buttons to the Quicklaunch bar. Add the database name next […]

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Sitecore ECM: How to extend personalization

Sitecore ECM: How to extend personalization

Check the default subscriber profile by clicking the E-Mail Campaign node and go to the content folder. In the Implementation Details section check the selected profile in the Default Subsciber Profile field. By default this will be Profiles/Subscriber: You can find the different profiles in the Profiles folder located at /sitecore/system/Settings/Security/Profiles/Subscriber in the Core database. […]

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Sitecore ECM: How to create a e-mail template from Scratch – Part II

Sitecore ECM: How to create a e-mail template from Scratch – Part II

In this post I will extend the basic e-mail template for Sitecore ECM with a title and text listing. With this e-mail template the business user can create new Title and Text items within the page-editor (Sitecore 6.4 and higher) or the content-editor (all versions of Sitecore). This article is a follow-up article of the […]

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Sitecore ECM: How to create a e-mail template from Scratch – Part I

Sitecore ECM: How to create a e-mail template from Scratch – Part I

In this post I will create a e-mail template for ECM from scratch. This article is based on a Webinar (in Dutch) I did about the Email Campaign Manager (ECM) you can see the Webinar on YouTube.       [youtube]hGmzaK79cvI[/youtube] We build a custom template the same way that we build a page. First […]

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EviBlog future plans

By on November 24, 2010 in Sitecore, WeBlog with 3 Comments

EviBlog 2.0 update A lot has happened since I released the EviBlog module in november 2009. What started as a small eductional project quickly became one of the largest modules in the Shared Source repository. It became so large that I just didn’t have enough time to build a newer version on my own. So […]

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