Want to continually grow an audience you can email via Marketing Cloud? eComm can provide a simple subscription form along with a Salesforce audience that will update automatically with subscribers (thanks to a behind-the-scenes integration). Users can add the subscription URL to their website then send emails to that audience as desired.
Not sure if you have access to complete a task? Find out which roles have access to complete which tasks - and those you must request.
Get started right away by learning to create an event and registration website with Cvent.
You've launched your event and starting promoting it; naturally, there might be some management of invitees to occur. Cvent makes things easy - from registering someone or initiating a refund.
Often when a Contact is not receiving emails, there are several logical reasons why, including actions taken by constituents themselves. If you are investigating why a Contact is not receiving communications, review the steps below to troubleshoot.
A crucial role of an eComm Specialist is to create audiences. Before diving into the multi-step process, it's important to have a basic understanding of terminology and the end-user experience.
When you launch your event, Cvent integrates with Salesforce to automatically share registrant participation information. Cvent then provides numerous methods for tracking attendance for your event or sessions. Use this insightful, actionable data to make your next event even better!
Track attendance for your event or sessions by marking who showed up. With Cvent, you can mark them one at a time, import a list of participants all at once, or use OnArrival to mark participants onsite.
Check out a better way to check in by downloading Cvent's mobile app, OnArrival.
Interested in being part of a collaborative community devoted to eComm? Start by updating your Chatter Group(s) email frequency and you'll receive posts via email (i.e., every post, daily digest, or weekly digest). There is one group devoted to Marketing Cloud & Salesforce and a second group for Cvent.

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