** Happy April Fools Day! **
The below was just for fun… and isn’t a true ‘press release’ by Salesforce.
Here are our for-real Salesforce Marketing Cloud articles.
Salesforce Offers Free Dev Orgs for Salesforce Marketing Cloud
San Francisco, April 1, 2019 — Salesforce today announced free Developer Orgs will be available for Salesforce Marketing Cloud. Previously, only the Salesforce Core Platform was available in Salesforce, namely Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Communities, and Salesforce Platform.
“We feel we can accelerate the learning curve for Salesforce Marketing Cloud, coupled with the modules already on Trailhead. By empowering users and consultants with a safe environment to learn Salesforce Marketing Cloud, the product will gain a larger adoption for enterprise class Marketing Cloud services,” says Appy Change, Head of Trailhead Services.
“Unlike the Pardot training Orgs, email sends will not be crippled, but limited to 10 emails per sendable list, and a maximum of 100 emails per day. If you go over the limit, emails will be sent the next day.”
The free Salesforce Marketing Cloud Developer Org is available today at trailhead.com
If you read this press release carefully, you will note the date is April 1, which is April fools day. So, the above statements are just a joke, and not true. Sorry. No Free Dev Orgs for Salesforce Marketing Cloud available just yet…. 🙁
** Happy April Fools! **
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