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Tim Ahlenius

Tim Ahlenius

Tim has been building, designing, and executing websites since 1999, and joined Americaneagle.com in 2009. His specialties include online e-commerce consulting, web and business marketing, and project management. With technical and creative savvy, Tim is a born entrepreneur & problem-solver. When not staring soulfully at Google Analytics, Tim enjoys roughing it Apple-free in the great outdoors.

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Sitecore Symposium 2017: What to Expect?

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius September 21, 2017 Comments
Sitecore Symposium 2017 - What to Expect

Sitecore Symposium, taking place October 16th through the 19th in Las Vegas, is coming up and I’d like to share my expectations with you. Americaneagle.com is a Certified Platinum Implementation and Hosting Partner with Sitecore and proud to be a Silver Sponsor of the event, as well as exhibiting and speaking at Symposium.

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Holiday Email Marketing Guide for Ecommerce - Part 3

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius September 15, 2017 Comments
Holiday Website Campaign Strategy

Plan ahead. For e-commerce stores to make the most out of the holiday season, it’s important to plan ahead. Identify what holidays your business wants to participate in and focus on tailoring your email marketing campaigns to each holiday.

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Holiday Email Marketing Guide for Ecommerce - Part 2

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius September 12, 2017 Comments
How to Personalize Customer Experience

Cyber Monday 2016 was the biggest online shopping day in U.S. history, generating $3.45 billion in online sales, up 12% from 2015. This statistic shows how important it is for marketers to get their emails right the first time if they want to benefit during the season.

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Holiday Email Marketing Guide for Ecommerce - Part 1

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius September 11, 2017 Comments
Impact of Good Email Marketing on Sales

Email marketing has successfully proven itself to be a staple in the marketing channel for ecommerce companies. And as the holiday season fast approaches, it is important for ecommerce marketers to take advantage of every resource they have available. To fully benefit from the potential sales of the season, ecommerce marketers should focus their efforts on email marketing campaigns to get ahead.

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Part 2: The Main Conference

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Following up from my day 1 post about the Forrester Customer Experience (CX) Conference held in New York City this week, I wanted to provide a recap of the main conference days and lessons learned.

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Forrester’s Customer Experience Pre-Workshop in NYC

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The tagline from the Forrester event listing page says it all, “Design and deliver breakaway customer experiences”. This is exactly what I was educated about at the Forrester event in New York City the past few days. Starting on Monday with a pre-conference workshop, and then the main conference Tuesday and Wednesday. I’m happy to report that non-stop learning occurred during all three days! Here is my first day recap, with the next two days to be posted soon.

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Importance of Chatbots Part 2

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Businesses should always be looking for ways to improve their customer service. The better your customer service, the more likely a customer will choose your company over others as they’ll be confident that any issues that arise will be taken care of promptly and personally.

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The Importance of Chatbots Part I

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There always seems to be some new and upcoming trend that rocks the commerce world. It’s hailed as the most promising trend for businesses and, in many cases, it really isn’t. But, out of all the innovative technology thrown at users, occasionally there’s a real diamond. The 80’s got a computer and the early 2000’s saw growth in mobile trends. The diamond right now? Chatbots. Chatbots are still in their infancy stage compared to other digital technology being used, but they are a digital trend that businesses from ecommerce to retail should get to know and use!

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Human Experiences Driven by Commerce

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From mobile phones dominating the start of all searches online, to the involvement of voice search, social apps and conversational commerce in consumers’ decisions to purchase, the recent shift in how consumers are purchasing has had a huge impact on retailers that are not prepared for the change. For both B2B and B2C retailers, there are challenges brought about by the technology that consumers are using daily. Here are just a few new thoughts and concepts to keep in mind, to help you stay ahead of the e-retail game.

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Keeping Ahead of the Game – B2B and B2C Ecommerce Trends

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Ecommerce sales are leading the way for many businesses, thanks to their customer’s preference of online ordering anytime/anywhere, reduced company costs, and streamlined, error free processing. Last year retail ecommerce sales reached $1.9 trillion.

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How to Create Thumb-Stopping Content

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Mobile devices have become an indispensable aspect of daily life. You can’t go anywhere now without seeing at least one or two other people scrolling on their phone, either searching for answers to a question, reviewing a product, or just keeping themselves busy in a lengthy line. These moments are called micro-moments and are explained by Google: “Micro-moments occur when people reflexively turn to a device—increasingly a smartphone—to act on a need to learn something, do something, discover something, watch something, or buy something.”

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: A Guide for Personalization

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We are currently living in the age of personalization. All trends in 2017 point to customer personalization becoming the norm and businesses need to take note. Personalization is by no means a cakewalk, even for the most savvy marketer. It takes many hours of researching, collecting data, planning and creating in order to optimize the customer experience.

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How to Build a 360° View of Your Members & Create a Personalized Digital Experience –Part 2, the Personalization Process


Welcome back! In my last post I went over the first half of my presentation at Personifest on how to build a 360° view of your members. Today I will continue with information from the second half of my presentation on personalization.

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How to Build a 360° View of Your Members & Create a Personalized Digital Experience – Part 1, Your Members


This blog post is the first of a two part series and will provide an overview of my presentation. This post focuses on the first topic – building a 360° View of Your Members.

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Content, Analytics and Personalization for the Future


Throughout the last few years, technology has seen significant changes. These changes have affected the way we speak, listen, and converse with audiences and will continue to do so into the future.

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The Myth of Quick

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius January 03, 2017 Comments

It is important to realize that the myth of quick is not something that just occurs in our general life and tempts us with quick fixes for problems like weight loss, finding love or making money; this myth is also a frequent visitor in the business world.

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Gilbane Digital Content Conference 2016 Panel: Content Personalization

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius December 09, 2016 Comments

I was recently lucky enough to attend the Gilbane Digital Conference Content, and was asked to speak on the Content Experts Panel. The conference was a great place for in-depth discussions with experts who are passionate about digital content, speaking from a multitude of different channels and perspectives.

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Exploring Sitecore 8.2

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius November 16, 2016 Comments

Sitecore 8.2 is causing a buzz in the tech world. Tech Aspect raved about the new Sitecore 8.2 stating, “if you thought 8.1 was ‘awesome,’ prepare to be amazed with 8.2’s exciting experience marketing capabilities.”

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The Lowdown on Google AMP and How It Can Help You

Tim Ahlenius Tim Ahlenius October 10, 2016 Comments

Earlier this year, Google launched their new AMP project, also known as Accelerated Mobile Pages. It is an open source project created by Google that sets out to create instant access for all mobile users. When you visit the Accelerated Mobile Pages project site, they dive straight into their ultimate purpose of the project:

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