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Powering Social Login and Engagement with Janrain and Enterprise Drupal Gardens [August 2, 2012]

Powering Social Login and Engagement with Janrain and Enterprise Drupal Gardens [August 2, 2012]

Janrain and Acquia deliver an OpenSaaS platform that simplifies site construction and user management processes for multi-site web initiatives. In this webinar, we will discuss how the Janrain User Management Platform (JUMP) has been tightly integrated into Enterprise Drupal Gardens to provide digital marketers and site builders with the tools to seamlessly add social login and sharing on a Gardens site.

Working together, Janrain and Acquia enable site owners to take advantage of rich social profile data from more than 25 social networks for personalization and targeted communications. Utilizing leading open source initiatives including OpenID, OAuth, and Drupal 7; Janrain and Acquia deliver a rich social publishing platform built on a cloud infrastructure designed to scale for enterprise customers while preventing vendor lock-in.

Attendees will learn how to:

• Add Janain's User Management capabilities to an Enterprise Drupal Gardens site
• Eliminate barriers to site registration and return visits through social login
• Increase the number of referral clicks on average for each social share
• Capture social profile data for personalization and targeted messaging

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