Do you want to learn more about how Citrix Syndication can help you update your website with latest Citrix content, resources and lead generating materials? Do you want to know how to do this fast, easy and for free? These new resources will arm you with all you need to know to learn more about the program and get started today!
This video provides a complete outline everything you need to know to get started with Citrix Syndication right away. Highlights include:
- Overview of syndication
- Features and benefits including addressing common business challenges
- Registration information
- Implementation overview
- Reporting available, including number of visitors, hits and downloads
- Driving traffic
This 30 minute on-demand webinar provides you with the next layer of information to implement content today. Featuring a complete breakdown of “how-to”, including various implementation methods, best practices and tips that you can quickly implement to increase traffic to the syndicated content on your website.
About Citrix Syndication
Citrix Syndication is a free service that allows you to quickly and seamlessly host Citrix content within your own website. Benefit from new leads and sales opportunities by providing your visitors with timely Citrix content and downloadable assets such as videos, whitepapers, industry and executive briefs.
With Citrix Syndication you remain in complete control by selecting the content you wish to display all from your own private dedicated partner console where you can customize syndicated content, add your own resources, view statistics, manage leads and much more. With content available in multiple languages, Citrix Syndication is the ideal way to deliver rich Citrix content fast, easy and for free.
How to register
Visit the Citrix Syndication Infocenter to register. Here, you can also take a look at our sample partner sites, view available content, read FAQs, test customer lead capture forms and view the variety of assets and resources.
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