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Getting Started With Adobe Experience Manager

Details of Getting Rolling With Your New Website

The First Steps

Initial Needs to Get Going

The website utilizes the Adobe Experience Manager as a Content Management System (CMS). The system is built on a series of templates and components that require a level of training before access is granted. FranklinCovey requires any  Marketing Manager &/or relevant nominated representative overseeing their web properties specific to FranklinCovey.com attend either a live or virtual AEM Authoring training class. The Course that you will be signing up for is the Create Web Experiences Using Adobe Experience Manager

 

Pre-Event

Steps to take before you begin your training

  •   Prepare team list and responsible parties that will oversee global website – email addresses and login credentials.
 
  •   Designate roles and usage needs for global authoring.

 

  • Contact our AEM IT lead Nikki Bellock <

    [email protected]

    > and outline your date of when you will be taking the course, what country you represent and what language you will be translating the site into.

Post Event / Pre-Migration

Steps to take after your training

 –  Index all current url’s and build sitemap of existing site (if applicable).

  – Prepare text for all current and needed pages.

  – Prepare local IP addresses and security level needs for access to AEM.

  – Prepare images or needs for localized images (if applicable).

  – Prepare videos for localization or provide files for transfer to Brightcove video player.

  – Create benchmarks or KPI’s (key performance indicators) for web goals and traffic levels.

  – Prepare keywords and SEO needs for meta text.

  – Create url list for all redirect needs on existing site (if applicable).

  – Prepare contact us form email address or align the marketing automation landing capture form (if applicable).

Post -Migration

Final Steps for Go Live

  – Deliver Google Analytics or site tracking code.

  – Deliver Local Hosting data (if applicable).

  – Communicate with internal data IT team / IP team (if applicable).

  – Establish internal or 3rd party Quality Assurance testing.