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Learn about a tiered system of consequences that will occur if you repeatedly violate CAN-SPAM.
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. all, daily or weekly). One group is devoted to Marketing Cloud & Salesforce and a second group is specifically for Cvent.
Are you adding personalization to Marketing Cloud emails (such as 'Dear First Name')? Marketing Cloud makes previewing the recipient's version easy - bringing you peace of mind.
We know our eComm specialists and users understand the importance of CAN-SPAM and intend to follow it. But sometimes, mistakes can occur that lead to a violation. Learn about common ways to violate CAN-SPAM so you can avoid them.
While adding images to emails is a best practice, embedding a video to be played within the email is sure to be a show stopper. Learn how Playable can work with Marketing Cloud to get videos added to your emails.
Use A/B tests to increase your open rates and get folks to actually engage with your content.
Images used in Marketing Cloud emails need to be formatted to a certain size before being uploaded to Marketing Cloud. If you don't, the email might appear fine in Marketing Cloud when what's delivered to an inbox is completely different. Recipients of poorly formatted emails are less likely to read or engage and more likely to unsubscribe.
Salesforce Dashboards can provide easy to understand, quantifiable data on Marketing Cloud email sends and Cvent events - among other things. When used in combination with other information and your own criteria of success, it will help paint a more complete picture of your outreach efforts.
While unsubscribing is explained quite simply at New User Training, there is a little bit more to it. Dig into the details of how the technology supports changes to constituents' preferences.

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