Next steps with Kentico websites

At this point, you have basic knowledge of how to edit content on Kentico websites built with MVC development. You know how to create a new page, edit structured content, and use the page builder. You also know how you can add an image as a page attachment and edit its properties in the built-in image editor.

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Take an e-learning course

We highly recommend attending our paid e-learning course, Kentico MVC for Marketers and Editors, which walks you through the process of managing content and running digital marketing activities on a Kentico MVC website, while providing best practices, tips, and optimization tactics.

Besides other topics, you’ll learn how to:

  • Add, update, and manage content on an MVC website.
  • Work with media files and page attachments and their properties.
  • Use alternative URLs for pages.
  • Manage content in a team using workflows.
  • Define marketing automation processes.
  • Segment your audience using Contact Groups, Personas, and Lead Scoring.
  • Set up marketing campaigns.
  • Create and optimize newsletters.
  • Personalize content on your website.

Find out more and sign up for the course at Kentico MVC for Marketers and Editors.

Check out the Resource hub for Marketers

Are you new to digital marketing? Do you want to learn more about different Kentico digital marketing features? Are you looking for inspiration to get the most out of your Kentico EMS website? Visit the Resource hub for Marketers and find inspiration in a collection of Kentico training courses, videos, documentation, ebooks, whitepapers, and achieve your marketing goals.

Engage in the community

Visit Kentico blog and dive into articles about marketing, Kentico features or GDPR. And don’t forget to take a look at, where you can find the latest Kentico articles, released hotfixes, questions & answers section and also a form to submit support issues.

Continue learning

To continue learning how to manage content on your website, see the following recommended topics:

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