An Introduction to my Sitecore Module & Product Idea.
I created this project to act as the "hub" for all posts related to my Sitecore MVP pursuit and my Sitecore product idea. My first post is an introduction to the series and is titled, "Pursuing Sitecore MVP - My Sitecore Product Idea". As I post more segments to this project, they will all be included here. You can follow along on my Sitecore MVP journey from start to finish.
As you climb the ranks in an industry like heavy construction, there has to be that “something” that sets you apart. A new résumé could be part of that something.
My path to Sitecore MVP and my new Sitecore feature idea. I am not a developer, but I do have skin in this game. I chose to own my experience platform.
Online ratings and reviews are complex so I wrote this post to help healthcare digital marketers explain reputation management for physicians and hospitals.
In late 2016, I decided to pursue my Sitecore Strategist MVP nomination. For my nomination, I came up with a new Sitecore module idea. Here’s how I did it.
All agencies say they know how best to “do SEO”, and yet the vast majority still really don’t know squat about real SEO best practices.
A recap review of the 2017 Izeafest influencer marketing conference held in Orlando, FL, February 10th and 11th.
Reacting to the whims of the day is not a marketing strategy. How long can your brand survive without a real, effective marketing strategy?
A Sitecore implementation timeline isn’t simply design, build, test, deploy. It’s far more involved. Here’s a realistic Sitecore timeline with Gantt chart.
It’s almost 2017 and we’ll be returning to work again soon. With a new year comes some new goals. Here are my Sitecore New Year’s Resolutions and goals.
I searched the web for a Sitecore XP implementation roadmap and couldn’t find one – so, I decided to write my own. Here’s my 6-step guide for marketers.
Is your organization operating without a defined digital marketing strategy? You should stop what you’re doing and define your strategy now.
Content was once king, but that is no longer the case. Customer experience is now king. If your focus is still content, prepare to be disrupted.