Since Sitecore Content Hub emerged, a lot of content marketers, including myself, wanted to learn more about the new addition to the Sitecore family. The combination of Digital Asset Management (DAM), Product Content Management (PCM), Content Marketing Platform (CMP) and Marketing Resource Management (MRM) tools certainly sounds like a great source of truth. One that can live at the center of your content creation world, and, as you may have heard, can solve your “Content Crisis.”
That’s awesome, and so were the demos at Symposium, user groups, etc., but I wanted to dig deeper. How do I set it up? Since that time I have been badged as “Content Hub Specialized” along with Perficient. Using knowledge from that “certification” and several subsequent builds, I am kicking off a series to help peel back the onion for administrators. This series will help you understand the basics, and answer the question, “Where do I begin?” and then dive deeper into tips, tricks, updates and so on.
To start, I created a new video focused on the Sitecore Content Hub DAM Overview and Setup.
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I will provide a general overview, but really my intention in this video is to help organize the process of working with assets, and then actually show you how to build some of the metadata that drives asset search, security and workflow (to name a few). Along the way I provide a look at the Image Processor, Annotation Tools, and some organization like favorites and collections. Again, this is for admins. Developers can certainly take a look but there is no code in this video.
I really hope you like this series and you can count on my digging deeper over the coming months. Please leave any comments in the YouTube channel or reach out to me on social via: @Sitecordial or my new Content Hub focused account @ContentHubby. Please subscribe, like, follow for karma.