A very warm Hello to all our existing readers!
It has always been our endeavour to make GeeksBlogging@dotCOM as interesting as possible for all our Existing and New Readers. In our continuing efforts, we have now introduced the Subscribe by Email facility on GeeksBlogging@dotCOM, through Google Feedburner. You can see the link in our bar towards the right.
You were born in the nature’s lap. Educated when you went to your school and college. Grew immensely in your professional space when you began consulting in Siebel. This is your identity, and this is how your near and dear friends know you.
Now is the time to make yourself famous. We, at GeeksBlogging@dotCOM are actively looking out for quality authors, who would like to contribute back to the CRM community. We are making available the platform, publicity and the resources. You only need the will.
To contribute, Click here now!
PS. We are open to all other technologies, provided you can demonstrate your enthusiasm.
We request you all to welcome a new author on GeeksBlogging@dotCOM, Mr Vikas Luthra.
Vikas has been working in Siebel CRM for about four and a half years now. He has worked for clients across the globe and in domains like Telecom, Pharma, BFS, Technology, Healthcare, and Shipping etc.
His core areas of expertise are Siebel EAI, Workflows, eScript, Configuration, Assignment manager.
Most of our regular readers on GeeksBlogging@dotCOM would already have noticed the colorful logos at the bottom of all posts. These link to many of the prominent social networking websites like Twitter, Facebook, Digg, etc.
Now with this feature being available on GeeksBlogging@dotCOM, you no longer need to copy and paste the content on GeeksBlogging@dotCOM into your personal notepads, emails, etc. You may just add the link to your own profile on LinkedIn, or use the one click feature to email the post URL to any of your friends. Now, that is what we call ease of use.
From our website analysis stats, we had noticed that the users logging onto GeeksBlogging@dotCOM were searching around for relevant content, once they finished reading a post. To make it easier for them to move around and gain knowledge on similar subjects, we have introduced the Related Posts feature.
Now, towards the end of each post entry, you would see GeeksBlogging@dotCOM automatically generate contextually similar posts related to the one you are currently reading. All the related posts are arranged in the order of relevance to the current blog post.
It has been our continuing endeavour to make this website more useful to you, and user friendly. We have introduced a new section on the Frequently Asked Questions for the various How To questions that we keep getting.
You can access the page by clicking here.
It would always be available in the top bar if you ever want to come back to refer to it. You can provide your feedback here.