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Top 8 Adobe Experience Cloud Blog Posts from 2018

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Have you ever searched online in question format, only to be blown away that people have posted the same question as you on a platform like Quora – verbatim? Alternatively, you land on a blog post that spells out exactly what you are looking to find [insert ecstatically thankful emoji].
These scenarios help to make content (usually educational in nature) stand apart from the droves of pages available. While our team published hundreds of blog posts throughout the last 365 days, the following resonated most with the masses (thank you, readers!).
The most popular posts, in ascending order, with the last on this list being the most viewed Adobe post published in 2018:

AEM Assets Series: Creating a Taxonomy 
How to Control Access with Closed User Groups in AEM Assets 
Introducing Apache Sling 10
Adobe Experience Manager on Microsoft Azure: Better Together 
Building a Zero Cost Website with Apache Sling CMS
Is the AEM Architect Exam Difficult? 
Single Page Application Approaches in AEM
FYI: Seismic Changes Coming in AEM 6.4

Thanks to our team of bloggers for a great year on the Adobe blog, and congrats to the authors of these tops posts: Greg Dawson, Prakash Venkatesh, Dan Klco, Jessica Karasek, and Mohammed Ahmed. Subscribe to our weekly digest to get all the 2019 posts delivered to your inbox.

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