Gift with purchase (GWP) is a sales tactic that entices and converts shoppers. GWP lets shoppers buy one or more products and receive one or more free products. If you think back to eating cereal as a kid, the prizes you got with them, or the toy your kids might get with their McDonalds Happy… Continue reading Sitecore Experience Commerce: Free Gift With Purchase Explained
In the latest Sitecore Experience Commerce release (XC10) we see the introduction of the dynamic bundle feature. Dynamic bundles enables a merchandising strategy that lets shoppers buy a group of products easily. Different to static bundles, the shopper can modify the items within a dynamic bundle which is reflective in the bundles price. Some merchants… Continue reading Sitecore Experience Commerce: Dynamic Bundles Explained
From time to time I get asked why metrics within Sitecore’s reporting differ to what is being seen in Google Analytics. Most often its due to Sitecore’s tracking happening server side vs GA’s tracking happening client side. But on occasion it can be due to 3rd party monitoring. This post is going to outline some… Continue reading Identifying Sitecore Reporting discrepancies with Google Analytics
This post is going to form part of a series aimed to walking through some Sitecore technical marketing concepts, how to leverage them from a commerce perspective with the ultimate goal to enable rich and immersive customer experiences. What is xDB Sitecore’s Experience Database, xDB for short, is Sitecore’s central data repository for the entire… Continue reading Getting around Sitecore Experience Database with a focus on available data to create rich customer experiences
Lately I’ve been working with some high impact feature of Sitecore that don’t often get highlighted how easy they are to use and configure without the need for a developer. This post is going to outline how to create a custom font of icon’s used in a Sitecore Form which acts as a questionnaire to… Continue reading Adding custom icon fonts to a Sitecore Form to create a great customer experience
Very excited to receive these two awards for our teams success last financial year. I’m very lucky to work with some amazingly talented people both within Sitecore and also our partner network. They are sitting nicely on my office desk.
A few years ago (back in 2013) before Sitecore took ownership of Microsoft Commerce Server I had to migrate users from a pure Commerce Server implementation into Sitecore. I was pretty easy to do, took about a day to figure things out from what I remember. Here is a small POC I produced at the… Continue reading Migrating Microsoft Commerce Server Passwords to Sitecore (Microsoft ASP.NET Membership Provider)
This week I’ve been conducting the pilot training for the Sitecore Experience Commerce 9 Level 300 course and a few attending the training asked if I could pull together a flow diagram on the common tasks required to create a plugin. Here is the flow diagram showcased – I hope you can find this useful… Continue reading Sitecore Experience Commerce 9: Plugin Creation Process Flow
A lot of organisations have requirements to integrate more than just a product and orders feed. A common ask from some customers is to integrate with their bespoke pricing API. In this post I’ll take you through just how easy it is with Sitecore Experience Commerce 9. The Product Setup We setup a normal sellable-item… Continue reading Sitecore Experience Commerce 9: Making an External Product Pricing Request
This past week a bunch of from Sitecore presales and services people from across the world made the trip to Canada Ottawa to spend a week with Sitecore Commerce product team. Over the coming weeks I’ll aim to put out some posts on some of the things we went through. Thanks PM team!