We like to recognize community members who display their Tealium product prowess! The Experts are a group of customers who are our best advocates in the community. What does it take to be a Tealium Expert? We are looking for members who frequently have their answers marked as solutions, contribute to product ideas, submit blog posts, and are thought leaders within the Tealium Learning Center. If that sounds like you, we’d love to have you in the Expert program.
Start answering questions today! The first thing Experts do is actively participate in the discussion forums. Already go above and beyond in giving answers?
An Expert provides answers that are marked as solutions, creates solid Product Ideas, and shares insights in the form of blog posts. Make most of these contributions now?
Experts receive a free sandbox account in the product, early access to new features, and entry to an exclusive forum for Experts only. Do you want in on the rewards?
This is the spot to find community information that will empower you to be the best Expert you can be! These are also great resources for TLC members who want tips on how to better use the community prior to applying to become an Expert.
This blog post is loaded with tips on how to give great answers to other members' questions in the forums. It's a good idea to read this whether you're an Expert or not!
Use these debugging tools and resources to assist other users in troubleshooting the data layer, verifying a tag configuration, or diagnosing an issue with an installation.
Experts can access this private discussion forum to collaborate with fellow Experts. Topics range from Tealium, to other trending industry topics.
Each quarter we like to highlight one of our Tealium Experts. This quarter we are featuring a new inductee to the Tealium Experts group: Tim Waijers. We are thrilled to welcome him to our most exclusive group, and hope you'll take the time to read our blog post dedicated to spotlighting him. We ask Tim everything from the future of AI, to who his spirit animal might be.
Read the blog post here.