Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
Bedrock Mission!

Learn more

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Create you own blog on the Adobe Analytics Community!

Avatar

Avatar
Boost 250
Level 10
TanmayMathur
Level 10

Likes

252 likes

Total Posts

1,193 posts

Correct reply

422 solutions
Top badges earned
Boost 250
Give Back 1000
Give back 900
Give Back 800
Give Back 700
View profile

Avatar
Boost 250
Level 10
TanmayMathur
Level 10

Likes

252 likes

Total Posts

1,193 posts

Correct reply

422 solutions
Top badges earned
Boost 250
Give Back 1000
Give back 900
Give Back 800
Give Back 700
View profile
TanmayMathur
Level 10

06-07-2020

Create you own blog on the Adobe Analytics Community! 

 

We strive to create a platform to enable our users to learn, share and connect with fellow professionals across the world. With this vision, we are bringing you Analytics Community Blogs! 

 

Blogs are open for all users of Adobe Analytics who are interested in sharing their knowledge with the rest of the community.

 

Want to share your expert knowledge? Submit your blog now!

 

Topics to blog on:

  1. The topics can be opinions, best practices, tips & tricks, industry trends, analysis etc. The overall theme of the blog should focus on 'Analytics'. The blog should be ideally less than 1000 words.

 

What’s in it for you:

  1. Build your online brand – blogs are search discoverable and can be shared on LinkedIn or any other platform
  2. Showcase your knowledge – leverage this platform to share your opinions and best practices
  3. Get featured on Adobe community – select blogs will be added to the community ‘Featured’ section
  4. Get recognized – We will pick some blogs and promote them on our Twitter channel @adobeexpcare

 

How to submit blogs:

  1. Send your blog writeup to tmathur@adobe.com
  2. Once approved, you will be given permissions to post the blog

The blog submissions will be checked for plagiarism (not more than 20%) and also be reviewed by select internal folks.

 

For further questions, please reach out at tmathur@adobe.com

 

6 Comments