I am brand new to Marketo.
I am trying to create a submission form that can house numerous submissions on one page.
So for example...
We have a DSR recognition program. A seller has the opportunity to pick from 4 different prize packages for DSRs.
Depending on the package, there are certain number of DSRs associated.
So... small package would be for $50/pp and would get 12 nominations... meaning 12 slots to put people's names/emails.
For the medium package, it would be $75/pp and would get 9 nominations.
Is there a way to create basically a survey then execute a form based on the response? Or is it easier to just create a form that has up to 12 lines or a total of 36 (need first name, last name and email)?
To be clear, you say "submissions" but are you expecting each first/last/email combo to become a new lead in Marketo, or are these flat fields on a single lead (the seller)?
What happens to these nominations after they are created? It's best for you to describe the wider business logic.
Yep - as Sanford said above we might need a bit more info here.
It might be a case for something like Google Forms where you can ask an initial question, then jump to a particular question based on a previous response. And if it's internal then branding isn't really an issue.