As a Sitefinity partner and developer, we’re always looking for innovative ways to improve the content management experience for users.
In today’s scenario, we are talking about how to improve the content authoring experience within the Sitefinity dashboard, specifically so we can use the content page editor more effectively.
Fortunately, instead of laboriously creating a new Sitefinity module or widget (commonly referred to as a user control), we can simply extend Sitefinity’s core functionality to achieve our goals. This is one of the many things we love about working with Sitefinity CMS.
You are feeling the pressure to generate more and more leads. But in order to do that, you need more data and better customer intelligence.
It’s not just enough to know basic web analytics. General traffic data and basic behavioral statistics are not going to get you the results you need. That’s because the conversion process isn’t linear. It’s more complicated than that.
So you need access to more information, and this blog will teach you to use your lead-gen forms to get it.
You already know that a web content management system is the cornerstone of your digital marketing strategy. In fact, you’re probably in the process of re-evaluating your systems in search of a tool that will empower your team to create relevant, personalized and engaging cross-channel digital experiences for your customers.
But finding the right web content management system can be a challenge. It helps to have a benchmark for evaluating your options.