Twitter Lead Generation Cards

Twitter Lead Generation Cards

Twitter announced today new Lead Generation Cards.  Any plans for Marketo to integrate with Twitter?
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Anonymous
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Their beta tester, @newrelic is a marketo customer as well and known for their innovative webhooks. Perhaps one of them will say here how they are integrating with the new twitter functionality.
Anonymous
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Would also love to hear about these other innovative webhooks!
Thanks for sharing Andrea. I shared the info to the twitter users at work.  
Anonymous
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Folks,
You can push leads from Twitter into Marketo today.  Instructions are available at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_PC8qjYR4hAbmtPTk5Vem8wY2M/edit?usp=sharing

R
aj
Anonymous
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Raj, great writeup. Thanks so much for sharing these very clear instructions.
Anonymous
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Raj,
I your instructions are pretty good... but... I am getting this error:
Result: Failure. Error submitting card data: hostname was not match with the server certificate.

Here are instructions from your community page:
https://community.marketo.com/MarketoArticle?id=kA050000000KyqgCAC
 
The Twitter instructions (https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_PC8qjYR4hAbmtPTk5Vem8wY2M/edit  )  don’t address
5.2
5.4
5.5
Or 6.2
 
I am not sure how many of those are critical, but I haven’t been able to get it to work.

I also noticed that Twitter was submitting an extaneous Card: 4F hidden value.

Any ideas?
Anonymous
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I have updated the instructions at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_PC8qjYR4hAbmtPTk5Vem8wY2M/edit?usp=sharing to overcome the issue that Mark ran into.  
Anonymous
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Raj, thanks for posting this and sharing the information.
Sheila
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Hi All,

I tried all the options posted and cannot get it to work. Mkto support said they do not support this feature. Any help is appreciated.

My munchkin code is correct, form is correct, I'm adding:
returnlpid
utm parameters 
(by the way, we had to update the email address because "+" was not a supported format for email - which is passed through automatically)

Result: Failure. Error submitting card data: hostname was not match with the server certificate.
Anonymous
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Inga,
This is the same issue that Mark ran into.  You received this error because you have not enabled secure landing pages (https://) on your subscription.  To enable secure landing pages, please call our services team and provide your SSL certificate for the landing page domain.

Alternatively, you can use a different URL derived from the pod that your subscription is following these instructions -

After you log in, look at the URL in the address bar to identify the base URL of the marketo pod on which your subscription is hosted.
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You can form your form submit URL by concatenating “/index.php/leadCapture/save” to your pod’s domain name.  Make sure you use https:// prefix instead of http://, because Twitter only POSTS to secure URLs.  In this example, the form submit URL will be 
https://app-sj05.marketo.com/index.php/leadCapture/save

I have updated the instructions at https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_PC8qjYR4hAbmtPTk5Vem8wY2M/edit?usp=sharing to include this information

If you are still having trouble, send me a note and I'll set up a Go2Meeting to debug this for you.
Raj (rrajamani@marketo.com)