Everyone has their go-to resources for learning, which made us think...what are YOUR (the SFMC community) favorite resources and reference materials?
We want to make sure to serve the community the most relevant and up to date information to help those of all skill levels find the help they need (even if it isn't directly on our site).
This includes blogs, people (via social posts or articles), documents, groups, slack channels or any other places you go to. Our goal is to share the top resources preferred by the community, based solely on your votes!
We ask you to be precise in your labeling/description of the resource to ensure your vote is correctly applied. You do not need to provide links or similar details in your submission.
You will not be required to enter a resource into every field, and feel free to submit multiple times - just know we will only be counting unique entries from an individual. We ask you to provide your email address and twitter handle so we have a way to communicate with you if clarification is needed for your submission.
Please be sure to share this among your peers so we can make sure everyone's voice is heard!