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Many web developers and marketers have taken to Sitecore, a digital experience software that helps users create and deliver personalized web content.
Most Sitecore competitors have trouble competing on features, and even fewer are newcomer friendly. That said, many Sitecore developers are always seeking more from the software. That’s why today we hope to deliver some Sitecore personalization tips.
Learn From The Community
Sitecore operates a community forum, where users can ask questions and discuss how to get the most from the software.
Community forums are great because, by their nature, you can get the exact information you want. All one needs to do is create an account, follow some basic rules, and ask the questions on your mind.
Forums can help you find an unbiased (or at least less biased) look at the inner workings of Sitecore products. If an issue isn’t discussed in official materials, it often will be discussed here.
Benefit From Expert Third-Party Support
Third-party support for Sitecore is another avenue to help get more out of the software. So long as you choose an expert service with a proven track record, it has some advantages over first-party services.
One of the biggest benefits of going third-party is there’s less incentive to upsell the software or hide its quirks. You get a company selling you their services, not pseudo marketing efforts disguised as support.
Third-party companies live or die by their ability to help design teams deliver a user experience that aligns with the software’s capabilities while still using it to the fullest.
Start Small, Scale Up
When dealing with any new software, it is easy to get overexcited. Sitecore can deliver a great deal to users, but you should begin small. If you try to utilize the software’s every feature all at once, you may be overwhelmed.
Sitecore certifications are a good option for those interested in mastering the software but unsure where to start. These also can ensure your design team is able to utilize the software you’re paying good money for.
As you and your team improve, you can implement more of the software’s features to further personalize your efforts. This is also cost-effective, as it means you can benefit from the software earlier and simply benefit more over time.
Combined with the previous two tips, this approach is more approachable while still allowing for users to use the software they’ve paid for, whether it’s the Sitecore Experience Platform, Moosend, or anything else.
Sitecore Personalization Made Easy
While there is plenty more to say on the topic, the above Sitecore personalization tips can hold newcomers over for quite some time. Between user advice, expert help, and proper scaling, it becomes much easier to get more from your software and quicker too.
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