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How to Create a Personalized Experience, Drive Sales with the Evergage Drupal Module [April 11, 2013]

How to Create a Personalized Experience, Drive Sales with the Evergage Drupal Module [April 11, 2013]

Want to learn more about Acquia’s products, services, and happenings in the Drupal Community? Visit our site: http://bit.ly/yLaHO5.

Personalizing a visitor’s experience to your Drupal website will help you drive more leads, convert more sales, and create happy customers -- who will return again and again.

Tailoring your content to each Web visitor, based on who they are and the actions they have taken on your site, will help the visitor feel like the site was built for them, and anticipates their needs and knows their preferences.

Acquia Network partner Evergage brings the core components of personalized marketing together, making it easy to trigger personalized messages and tailored content to users in real-time based on the visitor’s behavior. Acquia’s own Rob Loach led the creation of the Evergage Drupal module which has become a great asset for the Drupal marketing community.

Please join Acquia and Karl Wirth from Evergage for an Acquia Network Partner webinar where you will learn:

• How to install the Evergage Drupal module, setup and configure Evergage
• How to increase conversions, engagement, adoption, and renewal with smart messages and engagement automation.
• How Acquia is using Evergage

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