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Episode 20  |  19:03 min

Data Migration Best Practices

Episode 20  |  19:03 min  |  06.05.2020

Data Migration Best Practices

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This is a podcast episode titled, Data Migration Best Practices. The summary for this episode is: This episode of In the Clouds was inspired by one of our very own listeners! Hosts Bobby and Cole address questions submitted by a viewer around migrating subscriber data from an Enterprise Data Warehouse, and Salesforce Marketing Cloud Best Practices while doing so. These questions include: What’s the best practice for merging legacy and enterprise subscriber data? Best practices for maintaining? What metrics are companies using around individual subscriber behaviors and how are they grouping them to improve campaign performance? From what I can tell “Subscriber” is legacy whereas “Contact” is enterprise/Journey Builder. Does Contact offer unique advantages that Subscriber does not? And you don’t want to miss Bobby and Cole describing the worst haircut they’ve ever had to wrap it up with completely unrelated! If you have a question you would like to see on an In the Clouds episode, you can email it to us at intheclouds@levdigital.com
Takeaway 1 | 01:41 MIN
Merging Legacy Data and Enterprise Subscriber Data
Takeaway 2 | 01:08 MIN
Tips for Building a New Data Model
Takeaway 3 | 00:47 MIN
Tips on Improving Campaign Performance
Takeaway 4 | 00:51 MIN
Contact V. Subscriber
Takeaway 5 | 01:54 MIN
Journey Builder and Data Tables
This episode of In the Clouds was inspired by one of our very own listeners! Hosts Bobby and Cole address questions submitted by a viewer around migrating subscriber data from an Enterprise Data Warehouse, and Salesforce Marketing Cloud Best Practices while doing so. These questions include: What’s the best practice for merging legacy and enterprise subscriber data? Best practices for maintaining? What metrics are companies using around individual subscriber behaviors and how are they grouping them to improve campaign performance? From what I can tell “Subscriber” is legacy whereas “Contact” is enterprise/Journey Builder. Does Contact offer unique advantages that Subscriber does not? And you don’t want to miss Bobby and Cole describing the worst haircut they’ve ever had to wrap it up with completely unrelated! If you have a question you would like to see on an In the Clouds episode, you can email it to us at intheclouds@levdigital.com

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