Yes. Do you think we can do that with the app? Or should we go with the approach of generating the email for a dummy lead, and use that link. I feel it may not be a safe option since it could impact the tracking of the user who clicked on this tokenized links. What do you think?
You can definitely do it with ShareMaker (that's what it's for). Just wanted to check b/c if you can do something without an app, all the better.
If you send me an email (non-sample) from your Marketo instance, I can show how to make ShareMaker links for your environment.
I'm curious about ShareMaker. I put my email into the form on this page but haven't received anything yet.
Embarrassed to say that page is dormant -- so dormant that I can't even get signup notifications for it (I wish I could but, long technical story, I can't).
The ShareMaker service is still running, though, and even though there was ~0 interest, I have no plan to turn it off.
If you zap me an email via my contact page (see my blog) I'll talk to you more about it. I am technically on vacation, though, so it'll have to be Monday.
I got this to work QUICKLY and as an EMERGENCY solution only by copying the weblink via a right click on a TEST SEND of the email.
We had the Mrketing director request a link to an email to customers that he could share in messages on linkedIn.
It looks uglhy, but because it contains the tokens correctly the link will work. I just hopoe that Marketo does not have any mechanisms built in to prevent it from working when it doscovers the the same token string / URL parameters are being used within a whole global region ?!!
It sometimes is too smart for its own good!!
And not hackable enough, wihtout being the Marketo super-expert