Our series of blog articles about the more technical side of the Salesforce Marketing Cloud.
Even if you are already working with the Salesforce Marketing Cloud, you may still have questions about the functionalities available to you. That’s why we have a separate channel for technical blogs and the latest Salesforce Marketing Cloud releases on Marketingcloud.today.
Recent blog articles:
Direct data transfer from cloud storage, Digital Command Center for Slack and more …
Formerly known as Pardot! Find out what’s new in Salesforce’s B2B marketing platform.
New features for Journey Builder, Einstein and analytics, Marketing Cloud Intelligence Reports and more!
Starting this spring, Marketing Cloud releases occur simultaniously with those of the Salesforce platform.
Apple’s Mail Privacy Protection, nieuwe features in Einstein en Journeys.
News on Datorama Reports for Marketing Cloud and Package Manager and more.
Find out what’s new in this release.
Our summary of new features in this release.
A summary of some of the interesting new features that will be rolled out between January 30 and February 6. Read more here.
We show you how to use the basic principles of Recency, Frequency and Monetary Value to build a segmentation model based on email data. Read more here.
After the inital setup, it’s time to put Einstein’s brain to work. In this article, we explain its different uses and how to set up the workflow for each scenario.
Behind the Einstein menu item, you will find Marketing Cloud’s built-in AI functionality that helps you find the best product, best offer or most relevant content for your customer or visitor to your website. Based on behaviour (clicks, views and purchases) Salesforce Einstein finds recommendations for individual customers in real time.
In this Tech Blog, we explain what you need to make the most of this component of Marketing Cloud and provide you with a step-by-step guide to the technical set up.
Read the whole article here on marketingcloud.today.
Marketing Cloud Connect is an application that connects Salesforce Marketing Cloud with Sales, Community and Service Clouds. It gives you access to powerful Marketing Cloud tools within Sales and Service Clouds and vice-versa.
Marketing Cloud Connect helps you realise consistent branding and messaging across all channels in your organisation. This blog gives an overview of its key features.