Dur­ing last week’s Web Expe­ri­ence Man­age­ment Wednes­day webi­nar, we were excited to show­case the capa­bil­i­ties of Adobe CQ DAM, part of Adobe Expe­ri­ence Man­ager. We had a good turnout from the com­mu­nity (thanks to all) and great con­ver­sa­tion on the topic.

Our experts, Elliot Sede­gah (@esedegah) and Greg Kle­bus (@gklebus), dis­cussed and demon­strated how CQ DAM,  in part through inte­gra­tion with Adobe Cre­ative Suite and Adobe Scene7, can make it eas­ier for you to plan, pro­duce and deliver rich dig­i­tal assets across all of your channels.

If you missed the live webi­nar, we’ve now got you cov­ered with an on-demand ver­sion. Check it out here.

And if you’re inter­ested in learn­ing all there is to know about what’s com­ing in Adobe Expe­ri­ence Man­ager and Adobe CQ, as well as the entire Adobe Mar­ket­ing Cloud, we encour­age you to join us at Adobe Dig­i­tal Mar­ket­ing Sum­mit 2013 March 4–8 in Salt Lake City, UT. You can reg­is­ter now using promo code ASM2013 and save $200.

We’re plan­ning for our next WEM Wednes­day webi­nar now and will be sure to share more details on the date, time and topic soon. In the mean­time, you can reg­is­ter to join us for the next live webi­nar here.

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Ben Watson
Ben Watson

I realized after posting this that I am contributing to the fact that the 'share noise' (repetitive multiple format share service icons) is becoming unbearable on many blogs and sites. Hard to imagine how we would +1 the +1 into the madness. I am curious - which sites/blogs do you think handle sharing icons in the most graceful way?