Get yourself trained on Salesforce Marketing Cloud with this Online Training Salesforce Marketing Cloud Email Specialist Practice Tests.
Online Training Salesforce Marketing Cloud Email Specialist Practice Tests
In this course, I fully prepare you for what it is like to take the Salesforce Marketing Cloud Email Specialist exam. These questions have been written and answered by multiple Salesforce Marketing Cloud professionals. The correct response, as well as an explanation of the answer is provided with each and every question, in order to ensure your absolute understanding of the content, rather than merely rote learning the answers to the questions.In order to culminate this exam, I have followed the official Exam Guide from Salesforce to ensure the 6 Knowledge areas and corresponding weightings are assessed so that you can approach the Email Specialist Certification Exam with confidence that all areas have been covered. By purchasing this course, you immensely improve your odds of passing with the first attempt in order to avoid costly re-schedule fees, as well as being confident that you will understand rather than memorise the content. After completing the exam, you will receive your total final score and the correct answers and explanations so you can pinpoint the areas in which you need to improve and study further.There are two practice exams included – the first exam targets those with a moderate understanding of the email specialist content whom wish to challenge their knowledge, whilst, the second exam is designed for those who believe they have a substantial understanding of the content and would like to consolidate their knowledge with challenging questions and elaborate explanations. Therefore, it is recommended practice exam 1 (40 questions) be completed prior to practice exam 2 (60 questions).These exams will be updated and added to in order to provide you with the most up to date content.I encourage you to provide feedback on the exam. Best wishes and looking forward to hearing all the success stories!——————————————————————————————————————————————————-Salesforce Marketing Cloud Email Specialist Exam 1 – 40 Questions- Main Focus on: Subscriber and Data Management, Email Marketing Best Practices and Content Creation & Delivery- It is recommended you study prior to taking this examSalesforce Marketing Cloud Email Specialist Exam 2- 60 Questions- Main Focus on: Subscriber and Data Management, Email Marketing Best Practices, Content Creation & Delivery, Email Message Design, Marketing Automation and Tracking & Reporting- It is highly recommended you study and take the Salesforce Marketing Cloud Email Specialist Exam 1 first
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