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For many single landing page solutions, the primary goal is generating leads. In this two-part blog series, we will share a process to capture those leads, using AMPScript through Salesforce Marketing Cloud, and then add users to a campaign. AMPScript as a language allows for some great customization options in user experience, plus it’s a powerful way to manipulate the data you send to Salesforce. This series will scratch the surface on how to use some of that user data from Salesforce to customize your submission.
Looking for ways to improve performance with your partners, dealers or distributors? In this blog series, we’re sharing practical ways to do just that. In my last post on market share and quotas, we looked at ways to set and track market share goals. In part 3 below, we’ll discuss how to improve performance with marketing development funds (MDF), also known as cooperative marketing (CoOp) programs.
Account-based marketing (ABM) is at the top of every marketer’s list these days. While plenty claim to be experts, few are actually doing it right. ABM is all about taking the mass out of marketing and focusing your efforts on a specific account or segment. And it’s a key part to becoming more customer-focused and providing a personalized experience.
Flows in Salesforce, also known as Visual Workflows, are powerful tools that allow for the automation of various business processes without the use of custom code. The cloud flow designer allows you to build flows that execute logic, interact with Salesforce, call Apex classes and collect data from a user in screen elements. The Winter 18 Salesforce release brings even more functionality into Flows.
As a Technical Architect at Sundog, I have the opportunity to help a number of our clients determine and shape the landscape of their system architecture. It’s honestly one of my favorite parts of the job. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of different types of implementations. And the more we see, the more patterns start to emerge. We get to see what works really well - and what can leave room for improvement.
Have you ever had a customer say, “Have you seen the Domino’s pizza tracker? That’s what I want.”