Adobe Marketing Cloud Reviews

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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Adobe Marketing Cloud provides strong capabilities and applications that help better run digital marketing campaigns, manage content and understand an insight.
  • Adobe Marketing Cloud also provides tools to A/B test, CMS, and manage digital campaigns.
  • It also provides strong capabilities to get an insight with Analytics to better understand the user journey.
  • Customer services could be improved for smaller clients. Adobe Marketing Cloud provides great support for most of its customers, however, it may not work well enough for smaller engagements.
  • Adobe could offer multiple price options based on the usage, which is missing at the moment.
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Score 9 out of 10
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  • Adobe Marketing Cloud has very detailed analytics outputs, assuming you have set your campaigns and assets up correctly.
  • While the implementation of Adobe Marketing Cloud happened a few years ago and was a lengthy process, the attention to detail and around the clock service of the implementation and success teams was greatly appreciated by us. We have been seeing the effects of a job well done by them for years now.
  • Adobe Marketing Cloud allows us to manage all of our targeted campaigns, emails, social media, on-site ads, etc. all in one place.
  • Adobe Marketing Cloud is fairly expensive compared to some of the other tools out there. While it does provide an excellent tool for the price, it can be a little daunting to some.
  • The learning curve with Adobe Marketing Cloud is fairly steep. When we bring on new employees that will work directly with the tool, it can take weeks until they are up to speed.
  • Like it mentioned before, the initial implementation was a fairly lengthy and complicated process. Staying on top of new campaigns does require quite a bit of knowledge of the tool and our process in order to be properly launched.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Integration with several tools of the Adobe Suite and the main marketing platforms
  • Amazing analytics platform. It enables both simple day-to-day analyses and more robust analyses, with customized models of assignment, anomaly identification features, and others.
  • Customizable. The Marketing Cloud is moldable according to your business needs.
  • The analytics platform (old Omniture.) Not so friendly. There is a higher learning curve if we compare with other platforms in the segment.
  • Sometimes the integration with Adobe Media Optimization and Analytics has a big delay.
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Score 7 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • End-to-end digital marketing suite gives you all the tools you need to create, strategize, execute and track a digital campaign.
  • The Experience Manager is great for managing campaign assets and group collaboration.
  • Targeting has been solid to reach audiences with content that is personalized to their interests.
  • Adobe Analytics has proven to be quite competitive in showcasing our ROI to clients.
  • The marketing suite is very costly, and often it is difficult to pass through those costs effectively for profitability.
  • Invoice/Estimate management within the suite would be beneficial, but is currently lacking.
  • The social media management services within the suite are strong, but not the best available. Bulk posting and cross-platform can sometimes be clunky and inefficient compared to competitors.
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June 24, 2017

A safe bet

Score 6 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Simple implementation
  • Ready and simple to use for normal use cases
  • Simple interface to manage the systems
  • Great consultants to help you achieve your goals
  • Engineering team willing to accept legitimate request of addition of functionalities
  • Do not provide a list for the known limitations for their tools
  • Documentation can be vage (as of 2014)
  • Make it easier to add Recommendations to e-mail campaigns
  • Improve autocomplete for search inside search & promote, including possibility easy integration with Recommendations
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Content Analysis - Between the Pages report and the participation metrics which show what percentage of conversions a page was involved with, you get an excellent analysis of what content is important and effective, and what is not. With the ability to add up to ten metrics side by side, drill downs, and power tools like Ad Hoc Analysis, you will know exactly where you need better content.
  • Pathing - Adobe Analytics captures every single path of every single visit of every single visitor and puts it at your fingertips. There are tools to aggregate common paths so you find out how frequent they are, lots of good page flow reports, and tools to pick out specific paths that will keep you from being overwhelmed. This has been absolutely invaluable to us as we have learned about how our customers are using our sites and which paths are leading to exits rather than converions.
  • Customization - There are so many custom metrics and dimensions you can add and you can create segments based on all of them, along with the out of the box metrics and dimensions. You truly get an implementation that is specific to your company, your needs, your strategy, and your site.
  • The Workspaces tool is nice, but not as functional as Ad Hoc Analysis. I think some power has been sacrificed for ease of use.
  • To get this power, you will need a dedicated implementation developer and you will need to train up your own developers on how to maintain and update the tool. I think the power of analysis you get out of the tool is 100% worth the development resources required (by basing your decisions on good data, you'll save development resources in the long run), but you should be aware of this.
  • I think you should be able to stack segments in Ad Hoc Analysis as you can in the main UI.
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Score 6 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • While most web analytics tools rely on aggregate navigation data, Adobe Marketing Cloud allows analysis up to the individual user-level—an essential feature for companies doing digital marketing for B2B.
  • Flexibility defining custom variables. You can customize the tool to fit your business' needs.
  • Allows integration with 3rd party tools such as CRM and sales software.
  • Price. If all you need is a basic web stats, you should choose a cheaper/free and more intuitive solution.
  • Scarcity of professionals proficient at the tool combined with a steep learning curve has to be taken into consideration before adoption.
  • Endless customizations can give you to more data than you need. If you don't have an plan in place for analytics you'll end up a victim of "analysis-paralysis"
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • personalized marketing through a clear and complete understanding of how all marketing channels are working together
  • visualized customer experience, showing marketing efforts and customer reactions
  • marketing automation, easy to set up repeating workflows like emails to support specific behavioral targeting
  • Price - it's very expensive which leaves it out of reach for mid-level and smaller companies
  • clunky visuals - competitors like Oracle have a more aesthetically appealing interface, though less functionality
  • constantly changing, names of modules are changing as Adobe acquires new tech and phases it into existing cloud
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Score 7 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Online behavior data collection
  • Testing and targeting different user experiences
  • Integrating 1st and 3rd party data to build audiences
  • Implementation and activation still requires high level of expertise
  • Reporting and analysis can be cumbersome and inflexible
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Personalized Customer Experience – We've never had a problem getting on the horn with Adobe, if we had a problem or a question. They have an entire interface FAQ dedicated to answering questions, and most of the time we found our answer in that. We don't have to wait to chat (though that's an option) or waste time on the phone.
  • Media Optimizer – Everything is there, right when you need it. Like I stated prior, Adobe has everything that's accessible to everyone, so its user experience is wonderful. You don't have to wait for files to download, or sift through files on your FTP. Everything is clearly labeled, right there in front of you
  • Campaign – Adobe has a great interface for creating new digital marketing campaigns. Novices can pick it up and run with, while older, seasoned pros will find the helpful tools they need to get the project up and running.
  • Like I stated prior, Adobe Marketing is a great tool for people who know what they're doing, and novices to pick up and run with, but teaching it to larger organizations can be a bit of a pain. For example, Adobe Analytics can pool a ton of results into a single result, which can be a bit confusing if you're not privy to this sort of thing.
  • I would like to see more cross-training implementation, there's always room for improvement.
  • Reporting may be the weakest link out of the whole program, with more advanced reporting, businesses can always integrate the data, like post-campaign execution.
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About Adobe Marketing Cloud

Adobe Marketing Cloud is a suite of products including analytics, social, advertising, targeting and web experience management. It comprises foremost the popular integrated web content management and digital asset management (WCMS / DAM) solution Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe Campaign's cross-channel campaign management and marketing resource management capabilities (based on technology acquired with Neolane in 2013), the Adobe Audience Manager data management platform, analytics, and other features, for a complete enterprise-grade solution.

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