Have you ever been sent a link to a Marketo Landing Page or Form and asked to update it? But without the Marketo program, it's hard to track things down, here's a tip on how to go backwards from the Landing Page to the Program without having to fill in the form:
N.B. You will need to understand HTML to some extent to do this
I hope this helps speed up the process of finding things using Landing Page links and external links.
This works for both Forms 2.0 and Forms 1.0 along with embedded forms.
This is great Frank. We append the program ID into our landing page URL's and email footers to create more visibility.
Thanks Frank! Still helping me out even after we don't work together anymore
Great Tip Frank
This is Awesome Frank .. but Doesn't work for older landing pages! Unfortunately! I tried using this trick on TCS Main Contacts Nordic page but to no advantage .. Do you have any magic trick for the older pages please?
Thanks in advance,
Manish Khemani - You could fill out a form/send an email to yourself and click the cta, to get tracked, and then visit the URL(for which you want the Marketo LP) within the same browser. This should log as Visited Web Page in the activity log from where you can get the clues. Not as slick as the lpid/formid trick though
Thank You Sir-ji, Yes crude but a helpful and thoughtful trick . But seriously hope Marketo does something about this to solve it in one of their releases.
Marketo also allows you to look up a URL in the Design Studio.
In Design Studio, click on Landing Page:
Then in the Quick Find..., input the URL and search, Marketo will return the Landing Page that uses that URL:
From here you will be able to find the related program, form, etc... This will work for Guided and Free-form LP's.
N.B. You don't always have to have the full URL to search, Marketo will except the following:
Yes this worked for some URLs, But the URL in question is actually residing in an 'Archived' folder. Checked with Marketo and they said the above solution will not work for Archived URLs. Is there a work around for the same?
By default, the search is only set to Non Archived pages, to add Archived pages into the search, click Show Archived at the top of the page:
Once clicked it will look like this:
Once you search again, you should be able to find the page in question.