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Issue 2 - D365 Marketing Weekly
March 28th 2023
Issue 2 of D365 Marketing Weekly
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I've got a few interesting articles this week, but if you spot anything you think would be worth a mention, just let me know by emailing email@example.com. Always good to know of others posting about D365 Marketing or if you see anything else other marketers should know about.
On to the newsletter for this week!
The following relate to news and articles about Dynamics 365 Marketing
D365 Marketing Change History
If you are paying attention to the Wave 1 updates, it's also a good idea to check out the change history. Now this one is from Wave 2 2022, BUT it has already had changes added it it since Wave 1 2023 came out, so make sure you take a look!
A Guide To Real-time Marketing Segments
BY MEGAN V. WALKER
Sometimes new features come out and I'm not in a rush to blog about them. I need time to review and process the best approach to using them, and determine when is the right time to embrace them. I felt like the time has arrived for Real-time Marketing Segments, so check out this post to find out how to use them!
Dynamics 365 Marketing & Fonts
BY ANDRÁS FÖRDŐS
Ah, this one is a good one. András has tagged this as the complete guide, and he just might be right. Not only has he explained how fonts are used in emails in general, but has then broken down out of the box fonts, web fonts and using your own custom fonts. Bravo!
MB-220 Marketing Exam
BY MALIN MARTNES
Malin Martnes has started a new blog series all about the MB-220 Marketing Exam. Follow her series to help you study for and then take (and hopefully pass!) the exam.
If there are any upcoming events relating to Marketing, they will go here!
Business Applications Launch Event
D365 EVENTS WEBSITE
April 4th is the Microsoft Business Applications Launch Event. Anyone can register, and it's a great opportunity to find out about new features and where Microsoft are heading in the future with D365. There is sure to be coverage of D365 Marketing, so make sure you register today!
Other Marketing content you might find useful
Google - Bard
AI features and products are everywhere, but one from Google caught my eye last week. They have opened access to something called Bard, currently in the US and UK. I'm on the wait list so not able to share anything about it yet, but it looks like it can help in terms of helping outline blog posts but help spark your creativity in so many different ways. I am a sucker for new things, so can't wait till I get access granted!
Answer The Public
ANSWER THE PUBLIC WEBSITE
This site isn't new, but I was reminded of it the other day by my good friend Lisa Crosbie. Use it to type in a keyword and you're presented with useful phrases and questions people ask in search engines giving you ideas for blog posts, case studies and articles you can write to align with your marketing efforts. And you can use it for free!
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