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Hi Community, I recently worked on a template to prove my social media ROI to my boss ! And I want to share it with you here because I need some feedback on this job For french readers here is the complete article which explains the purpose, and the template : [Template] Le ROI social media enfin démontré à ton boss | LinkedIn (I will translate it soon) If you need more information, you can ask me at : marineboussat@gmail.com Or add me on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/marineboussat/ Thanks !
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I wanted to share a step-by-step on our solution to track multiple landing pages with a Person Attribute Field while using one generic form, without relying on URL UTM parameter. I hope this will be helpful to anyone looking for a solution. This solution was pieced together through some research from different sources and some trial and error. Feel free to share your thoughts or comments on it! Let's begin. [Problem] We have multiple landing pages linked to different campaigns and different assets to download. We wanted to use one generic form for all of those landing pages, and capture a Person Attribute Field to track the campaign, we didn't want long UTM parameters following our URLs or multiple forms so we built it into the page instead. [Solution] Populate a Hidden Field on your form through HTML code embedded into your Landing Page to capture campaign information. An alternate solution which doesn't use Person Attribute fields –  you can also use the "Add Constraint" option on the Fills Out Form trigger to select any form and the web pages you want to capture for the campaign, as shown below. If that's all you need, this simple solution would suffice. Step 1: Setting your Generic Form Field In your generic form, add a new Field and select the Person Attribute you're going to use to track the landing page. For our form, I used the "utm_campaign" Person Attribute because we're already tracking through that field. You can choose to use any Person Attribute that is appropriate for your Marketo instance to track campaigns. The Label doesn't matter, set Field Type to "Hidden", and set Form Pre-fill to "Disabled". Edit the Autofill , set Default Value as "utm tracking missing" (or anything similar of your choice, we'll get into why later) and Get Value from as "Use Default Value". If you don't set a default value Marketo defaults to "null" which will block changes to that field for this form. Once you're happy with your other fields, save your form. Step 2: Populating the Hidden Tracking Field through your Guided Landing Page HTML In your Design Studio , find the Landing Page Template you're using for your Landing Pages , and edit it. Note this step is only for Marketo Guided Landing Pages*. In your head section, place the following Marketo String with your meta tags (more information on Marketo Strings here) . This will allow you to easily adjust the landing page campaign later as you create more pages. Find where your Marketo form div is located, and insert the script code following the mktoForm div as shown below. This script will change your hidden "utm_campaign" field to the value indicated on your landing page. "utmcampaign"** is your Person Attribute Field name, and ${hiddencampaign} points to the Marketo String you set up. Save your Landing Page Template and you are done with this step. *Note: You can also do this step with embedded forms on non-Marketo pages using the code for setting Hidden Fields on this page. Note that you'll skip setting the Marketo String Syntax and input your desired Person Attribute value directly into the script as Marketo Syntaxes cannot be used on non-Marketo pages. **Note: You'll notice that the HTML form.vals "utmcampaign" is different from the displayed Person Attribute "utm_campaign" in your form editor and Marketo record. Sometimes the actual SOAP API value used by the backend is different from the Friendly Display value in Marketo, I will include steps on how to check the SOAP API value in the appendix at the end of this tutorial. Step 3: Create your Landing Page Once your HTML is set in your Landing Page Template , create or edit your Landing Page using that template. Set your generic form from earlier, and in your right-hand elements bar you should see a section for Variables , where you'll see the "Hidden Campaign Field" you created using the mktoString meta tag . Type in the campaign name you want to track with there. I chose "Example Campaign" for the purpose of this tutorial. Once you're happy with the rest of your landing page go ahead and save it. Your landing page form will now populate the "utm_campaign" Person Attribute for the Person with "Example Campaign" once the form is submitted. Step 4: Set your Trigger Capture Campaign Now that all the client facing elements are ready, you can create your Trigger Smart Campaign to capture and update the Person record. In your Marketo Program , create a new Smart Campaign . I've named mine "Campaign Capture" for my own organization, but you can name it whatever you want. Description is up to you, or just leave it blank. Once it's created, go to the Campaign's Smart List and add the Trigger Filter "Fills Out Form", and indicate one or more forms that feed into this campaign. Now add a Filter for "utm_campaign" and set the value to the "Hidden Campaign Field" you indicated on your landing page, in this case "Example Campaign". Insert any other Filters you want to exclude or include People that come through the program, and make sure to adjust your Smart List Rule Logic accordingly. Once you're happy with it, move onto the Flow step and set your form fill success actions. For this tutorial, we've opted to "Change Program Status" to Responded and "Send Email" confirming form success. Now "Activate" your Trigger Smart Campaign and you're ready to go! Step 5: Error Reporting No process is without errors, so now we'll set up a simple error reporting Trigger Smart Campaign to notify you when your campaign capture process fails at the form step. You'll recall that in the form, we set the Default Value for our "utm_campaign" as "utm tracking missing". This is so that in the event the HTML code in your Landing Page fails to populate the field with a value, the form sets this as the "utm_campaign" Person Attribute . To catch this error and notify myself, I set up a new Default Program with our "Operational" channel settings and named it "Tracking Error Notification". Inside it I created Smart Campaign and and an Alert Email (information on creating Alert Emails using the specific Alert Token) . In the Smart Campaign Smart List , insert a Trigger Filter for "Data Value Changes", Add Constraint "New Value" set it as the default error value, in this case "utm tracking missing" Now all that's left is to create a Flow Step to "Send Alert" (information on how here). Now you'll receive an email alert anytime the utm_campaign field fails to populate through the Landing Page form. *EDIT: A commenter recommended that the error message be cleared so that multiple exceptions can be flagged, which would be a great step. To do so, add a "Change Data Value" flow step for the Person Attribute, in this case "utm_campaign" and set the new value to "NULL", which will clear the "utm_campaign" field after the alert is sent. You're done! Now for all future Landing Pages with this generic Form , just remember to populate the "Hidden Campaign Field". I hope you've found this tutorial helpful. Cheers, Lawrence Mien Marketing Operations TigerText The Very Short Appendix So you've set your hidden Person Attribute field and indicated it in your HTML code, but the Person Attribute is still not populating correctly through the form. The issue may be that the Friendly Display Person Attribute field name is different from the SOAP API Person Attribute field for HTML. If you don't have Marketo Admin access, or don't feel like exporting the full field list, here's how you can check it: Publish or preview your Landing Page and go to it in your browser. Right-click at the bottom of the form (on Chrome) and hit Inspect. This will pull up the righthand side development panel to show you the HTML. Find the where the Marketo Form HTML is located and expand the mktoFormRow where the hidden field is. In the highlighted section below, you'll see that the SOAP API name of the Person Attribute is "utmcampaign" and not "utm_campaign". Simply drop this correct SOAP API Person Attribute name into your code back in Step 2.
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With General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) hanging over every marketing professionals head, ­stay ahead of the curve and set up your opt-in strategy right.
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Marketo Data Processing Addenda Marketo takes privacy very seriously. We treat the data that our customers collect and use on our platform with the utmost sensitivity and employ strict policies and protections to help ensure the privacy of that information. ToutApp is a wholly owned affiliate of Marketo, so signing an Addendum with Marketo will cover your use of ToutApp if you are a Marketo customer as well. As such, Marketo offers a Data Processing Addendum. The Marketo Data Processing Addendum which adds terms required by the GDPR to customer subscription services agreements as well as Standard Contractual Clauses, which serve as an appropriate safeguard governing transfers of data from the EU/EEA/Switzerland to jurisdictions not recognized as possessing an adequate level of data protection by the European Commission. The DPA is available at this link. Bizible Standalone DPA Bizible has its own DPA containing Standard Contractual Clauses for Bizible customers who are not Marketo customers . If you are a Marketo customer who also uses Bizible, you should execute Marketo's DPA linked above. Any Bizible-only customer that will transfer data from the EU/EEA/Switzerland to jurisdictions not recognized as possessing an adequate level of data protection by the European Commission should execute the Bizible DPA by signing and submitting the PDF version attached to this post according to the instructions on the first page. ToutApp Standalone DPA ToutApp has its own DPA containing Standard Contractual Clauses for ToutApp customers who are not Marketo customers. If you are a Marketo customer who also uses ToutApp, you should execute Marketo's DPA linked above. Any ToutApp-only customer that will transfer data from the EU/EEA/Switzerland to jurisdictions not recognized as possessing an adequate level of data protection by the European Commission should execute the ToutApp DPA using this link (if e-signatures are accepted in your jurisdiction) or by signing and submitting the PDF version attached to this post according to the instructions on the first page.
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Cross-Border Data Transfers Marketo takes privacy very seriously. We treat the data that our customers collect and use on our platform with the utmost sensitivity and employ strict policies and protections to help ensure the privacy of that information. As such, Marketo offers two different options for cross-border data transfers: Privacy Shield certification and Data Processing Addenda. Privacy Shield The EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Frameworks are mechanisms composed of data protection principles agreed upon by the US Department of Commerce with both the European Commission (EC) and the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner to facilitate data transfers between the European Economic Area (EEA) and the United States and Switzerland and the United States. Marketo has self-certified to both the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Frameworks. What is a Data Processing Addendum? A Data Processing Addendum (DPA) is an exhibit to Marketo’s customer subscription services agreement containing S tandard Contractual Clauses, contractual terms that have been approved by the European Commission to govern international data transfers. Standard Contractual Clauses are also known as Model Clauses. What is the purpose of a Data Processing Addendum? A DPA is one of a number of "appropriate safeguards" that enable the transfer of personal data concerning data subjects within the European Union to jurisdictions that have not been designated by the European Commission as possessing an adequate level of data protection. I see Marketo has two DPAs. What is the difference between them? Marketo offers separate DPAs for Marketo customers and for ToutApp customers, because ToutApp is hosted on a different cloud platform than other Marketo services. Carefully select the addendum relevant to your subscription; if you are a ToutApp Customer, choose the ToutApp DPA (September 2017). If you are a Marketo Customer, choose the Marketo DPA v.3 (August 2017). If your organization subscribes to both Marketo and ToutApp, you should execute both addenda. Who are the DPAs for? The DPAs are available for customers of Marketo and ToutApp services seeking a legal framework to govern cross-border transfers of personal data, in particular from within the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, to areas without adequacy designations. Is this relevant for GDPR compliance? Yes. The GDPR states that in the absence of an adequacy finding (a determination by the EC of suitable data protection standards), the Privacy Shield and Standard Contractual Clauses may serve as appropriate safeguards governing cross-border data transfers. Marketo has self-certified to the EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Frameworks, providing one safeguard requiring no customer action, but customers also have the option of executing a DPA. How does my organization incorporate the DPA to our Marketo or ToutApp subscription services agreement? The appropriate pre-signed DPA may be downloaded, printed, completed, signed and returned to Marketo via email per the instructions found on the first page of the DPA. Alternatively, you may execute electronic version of the DPAs using the links in the next two paragraphs. Marketo DPA on Echosign If e-signatures are accepted in your jurisdiction, Marketo offers a pre-signed DPA for execution through Echosign. ​ An authorized representative from your company should complete all required information and sign the DPA. Upon clicking the “Click to Sign” link, a copy of the fully executed document will be sent to Marketo and to the signer. ToutApp DPA on Echosign ToutApp's pre-signed DPA is available for execution through Echosign as well. An authorized representative from your company should complete all required information and sign the DPA. Upon clicking the “Click to Sign” link, a copy of the fully executed document will be sent to Marketo and to the signer. What if I have additional questions? Should you have questions about the Marketo or ToutApp DPAs, please contact your Marketo Account Executive, Customer Success Manager, or open a support case via the Marketo Support Portal at support.marketo.com .
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If you are not using an Email 2.0 template, then adding Predictive Content in your email​ can be done simply by tagging an image in your template as a Marketo Editable Image Element. See docs how to do this: https://docs.marketo.com/display/DOCS/Email+Template+Syntax#EmailTemplateSyntax-Elements and code example below: <div class="mktoImg" id="exampleImg" mktoName="Example Image" mktoImgLink="http://www.marketo.com">    <a><img style="border:10px solid red;"></a> </div>
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Quan is responsible for all marketing functions, including digital, ecommerce, trade promotions, training, brand management, marketing automation, analytics, and events. In this discussion, Quan talks about what the Engagement Economy means to him, how that has changed Lennox’s approach, and the importance of balancing digital and personal interactions when connecting with customers. Read the full post on CMO Nation.​
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Marketo GVP of Corporate Marketing, Karen Steele, recently authored this post for CMO Nation. See below for a preview, and then click the link to at the end check out the full piece. I read a fascinating piece in Campaign US recently about the rise of the hybrid CMO, and why some of world’s largest brands are redefining and realigning the CMO role. Authored by Kathryn Luttner, and entitled Why Coke, Citi, Mars and J. Crew are Placing Bets on Hybrid CMOs, it is a must-read article for any marketing leader. For me, the standout example of a corporation embracing a hybrid CMO model is Coca-Cola, which has replaced its CMO role with that of a chief growth officer overseeing marketing, customer and sales strategies. Another prime example cited in the article is Mars, which last year moved its chief customer officer into the CMO position with responsibility for both roles. According to Luttner, “The companies creating these positions—call them "hybrid CMOs"—say they are trying to provide a more seamless customer journey in an increasingly digital world. By giving marketing chiefs more power to shape those aspects of the brand previously beyond their control, the hope is that a company can speak with one voice, from its advertising to sales to customer support.” So far, so good. More brand control across the customer experience is hugely desirable, and a company speaking with one voice across the customer journey is essential. But there are two words I want to add to this argument: engagement and advocacy. Here’s why. Head to CMO Nation to read on.
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This is the tool we use to promote and train our sales team on Marketo's sales insight tool. They find it extremely helpful, especially when we ask for there help with marketing campaigns around events.
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Today Marketo announced that Tawheed (TK) Kader has been appointed as group vice president of Strategy and general manager of Engagement Applications. Marketo ® acquired Kader's company, ToutApp, one of the leading sales engagement software platforms, in April. He will report to Chief Operating Officer Greg Wolfe . Kader founded ToutApp six@ years ago and served as its chief executive officer. Under his leadership, ToutApp grew from a startup to a multi-million-dollar business used by more than 100,000 salespeople and over 400 enterprise customers worldwide. Prior to founding ToutApp, Kader spent three years as an enterprise technologist at hedge fund Bridgewater Associates. He had previously worked as a product manager at Plaxo, Inc., which acquired HipCal.com, an online calendar company Kader founded. "I am thrilled to welcome TK to the executive leadership team, where he brings a proven track record of entrepreneurship and a passion for driving engagement," said Wolfe. "In this new role, TK will ensure that our customers successfully build authentic and lasting relationships with their buyers by enabling seamless engagement across sales and marketing and the entire enterprise." Kader will focus on corporate development, shaping Marketo's position as an Engagement Platform and ensuring its vision around the Engagement Economy is at the core of everything the company does, inside and out. Additionally, he will work cross-functionally to drive the thinking and success of applications for sales enablement, account-based sales and marketing, and pipeline generation that are part of the Marketo Engagement Platform. "I am honored to join Marketo's incredible leadership team, which is redefining engagement and charting a bold course forward," said Kader. "Our combined expertise in sales and marketing engagement will empower chief marketing and revenue officers around the world to engage more authentically with their customers through one complete platform." Kader has a double degree in computer science and management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York .
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Today we announced Marketo ® Accelerate, the industry's first marketing technology (MarTech) accelerator, which provides emerging companies with a tailored program to grow their business with Marketo. The program, which is part of the company's robust LaunchPoint partner ecosystem, is designed to bring together innovative applications that, when combined with Marketo's open and scalable Engagement Platform, will enable enterprises to listen, learn, and engage with their buyers in personalized and authentic ways. "LaunchPoint continues to be the largest and most diverse MarTech and AdTech ecosystem in the industry," said Robin Ritenour , senior vice president, business development, Marketo. "The Marketo Accelerate program is focused on empowering LaunchPoint MarTech and AdTech companies to differentiate and create value for themselves to customers, prospects, and digital service partners in this ever-expanding landscape." Select best-of-breed MarTech companies who meet a set of criteria may apply to become part of Marketo Accelerate. Unlike other partner programs, Marketo Accelerate offers a defined growth path for success designed uniquely for them and with full support from Marketo. This includes an incentive plan encouraging Marketo's sales team to introduce Marketo Accelerate partner solutions where they could add value. Additional features and benefits of Marketo Accelerate include: Full access to the functionality of the Marketo Engagement Platform so that partners can deliver integrated and authentic brand experiences to customers and prospects across all channels and touchpoints Developer support to build and connect APIs (includes a full developer sandbox with exclusive features) Co-marketing activities such as content, joint events, and webinars to expand marketing reach and awareness Sales enablement activities such as demo days, boot camps, and training to facilitate direct interaction between Marketo and partner reps "Our customers consistently cite our open platform as the primary reason they select Marketo over the competition, which is a significant advantage for us," said Steve Lucas , chief executive officer, Marketo. "Marketo Accelerate is a unique and differentiated program that further validates our commitment to being a partner-focused company and to helping partners grow their business with us." "Partners are a big differentiator for Marketo in the marketplace and a critical reason we selected them as a marketing technology partner," said Brian Vass , vice president, sales and marketing technology, Paycor. "We use SnapApp, Uberflip, and other Marketo partners and were quickly able to integrate them into the Marketo Engagement Platform without creating a big IT project. Marketo and its partner ecosystem help us deliver relevant and personalized experiences for our buyers that drive value for our business." Marketo is committed to offering its customers the ability to choose the best technologies for their needs while delivering a platform that reduces complexity and integrates with hundreds of third-party applications. Marketo Accelerate reinforces the company's commitment to partners by providing them with the technologies and support they need to win in today's digitally connected world. To learn more about Marketo Accelerate, please click here.
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Marketo announced on May 22, 2017, that Manoj Goyal is joining the company as chief product officer (CPO), effective immediately. Goyal will report to Marketo Chief Executive Officer Steve Lucas . Goyal brings more than 25 years of experience in sales acceleration, advertising technology, marketing automation, CRM, big data analytics, enterprise search, and content management to Marketo. He was most recently chief operating officer at Velocify, a cloud-based sales automation company, where he led the company's product, technology, and client success teams. Goyal had previously served as the vice president of engineering at OpenX, overseeing strategy, engineering, data science, and support. He also spearheaded the introduction of a massive-scale database and analytics solution as executive of Cloud Services at Hewlett-Packard. An enterprise technology veteran, he has held engineering leadership positions at Oracle and EMC, where he was vice president of the company's Information Intelligence Platform. "It is my pleasure to welcome Manoj to Marketo," said Lucas. "We're building a world-class engagement platform, and we're thrilled to have Manoj as a driving force behind this initiative. He has a proven track record of delivering superior enterprise-grade products that scale to drive customer and business success and will be invaluable to our team as Marketo continues to set the industry's innovation agenda." Goyal will oversee the company's product and engineering teams responsible for the Marketo Engagement Platform. "The Marketo Engagement Platform delivers a more holistic view of the customer journey to the marketer, something I have experienced firsthand as both a Marketo customer and partner," said Goyal. "It will be a privilege to work with the company's talented product and engineering teams to deliver on our vision for the future." Goyal earned his M.S. in computer science from the University of Southern California and a B.A. in economics and B.S. in computer science from UC San Diego. View the original press release here.
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I attended the great Marketo Summit Session by ​ "Learn the dark side of forms", and I had a talk with a fellow Marketo user ​ about language versioning of forms. I've created an example script for her that, when loaded on a MKTO landing page, will translate the placeholder texts of the form, and thought I'd share it with the rest of you guys. I've two scripts here - one for forms using labels and one for forms using placeholders. (Don't know the difference? Click here for info). The script comprises of two parts. Part 1 is where you define the language versions of the different form elements. The label names, such as FirstName, must match the ID of the field HTML element. Find it by right clicking the field and choose "inspect element". It's here you enter that 'FirstName' in French is 'Prénom' e.g. When adding new translations, remember to comma separate all translations, but don't put a comma after the last. See script for example. The second part basically takes care of itself, however it needs input on what language version to show, and this can be very different depending on your LP/token/dynamic content infrastructure in Marketo. Tell me how you work with language versions in your Marketo instance in a comment, and I'll explain how to use the code correctly. The code can work on your own webpage as well (meaning not on a MKTO hosted LP), but the script listening to the form loading must be changed to do fit this. See See http://developers.marketo.com/javascript-api/forms/ for more info. To test different language versions however, try switching the language code between "de"/"fr"/"en" to test it: var language = "de"; If you want to see if the code works, load a Marketo LP with a form with placeholders and paste the code in the console (right click anywhere on the page, find the Console and paste and press return).
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You can add CSS into the HTML of the Web Personalization Campaign editor. In the Web Campaign edit page, click on HTML < > icon and add the CSS in the HTML part. EXAMPLE: <div style="text-align: center;"> <style><!-- h2.one{color : blue;} --></style> <h2 class="one">This is my text</h2> </div> In addition, if the CSS of the website is placed after the CSS of the Web Personalization Javascript Tag in the code, then the website's CSS will override this, and then you can customize according to the site branding, styles etc... and not use Web Personalization's CSS and styles.
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Over the last few years all these translations have been gathered together by my colleagues. One of them had kindly gathered them into this beautiful display and I thought it was worth sharing with you all. 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What is “Project Orion"? As the number of customer touchpoints expands, and the volume of digital signals from customers increases exponentially, modern marketers need a way to harness this data to deliver the personalized experiences that customers expect. Project Orion is about big data ingestion and processing at speed and scale. Marketo has spent the past year building a new big data architecture that allows Marketo to ingest and process trillions of customer behaviors. “Project Orion” is the code name of the development project to build a big-data infrastructure and first set of services that take advantage of it. This platform is built using technologies that were pioneered first at Google, Linkedin or Facebook, such as Apache hadoop, an open framework for distributed storage and processing of high volume data and other scale technologies. What are the benefits to customers? The platform innovations include 6 specific scale and performance improvements: Track web events (via Munchkin) on any pages of your site without traffic volume restrictions Find People instantly when searching in the Marketo database Get up-to-date Smart Lists instantly with real-time membership updates and faster loading time Import People lists into the Market database in a fraction of the time Accelerate the import of Custom Activities into Marketo Generate Web Page Activity and Company Web Activity reports in less time Plus, by establishing Marketo’s big data architecture, it creates the foundation for other next-generation platform services for performance and scale in the future. Does Project Orion solve issues not on the list above? Project Orion improves scalability and performance for the use cases listed above. Performance for use cases not on the list above are not expected to improve with Project Orion. Customers with large data sets often experience the most significant performance gains in these areas. The new architecture doesn’t degrade these or other areas in any way. When is it available? What’s the roll out plan? The Project Orion development effort is GA and Marketo’s global data centers have been upgraded to our high-scale infrastructure. The roll out to customers started in Q3 2016. Project Orion consists platform components/services that each have their own roll out plan and are currently being deployed to customers. Priority is based on customer need - Marketo’s Support Team is proactively monitoring customer instances for performance improvement opportunities related to Project Orion. What's next for performance and scalability in 2017? With our new big data architecture, we plan to continue building new platform services to further improve performance and scalability. To learn more about what we have planned this year, come to the Marketing Nation Summit, April 23rd-26th. Who can I contact for more information on Project Orion? For more information on Project Orion, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager. If you’re experiencing specific scenarios where you feel that migrating to the new big data architecture will be beneficial, please have your authorized support contact open a case with our Support Team.
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Calling all Marketo users! As you know, the Marketing Nation Summit is taking place this year from April 23-26 th , and we can’t wait to see you all there! This year we’ve partnered with Adweek to offer a new content track focusing on the future of AdTech. We’re also bringing together the change makers in digital marketing, branding, innovation, customer experience, and advocacy to share valuable networking, conversations, and learnings about how to thrive in the Engagement Economy. This content is perfect for CMOs and executives from around the world! That’s why we’ve put together a special contest to help spread the word about getting CMOs (or c-suite/VP equivalents) to experience a COMPLIMENTARY, day-long, exclusive thought leadership experience at Summit on April 25th at Moscone West in San Francisco . Here’s how it works: From February 27th through March 27th , for every CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) you refer that registers for Summit, you’ll earn a $100 gift card! For every CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) you refer that registers, you’ll also be entered into a raffle to win a mystery grand prize worth $1,000! Bonus #1: for any CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) that registers for Summit, they can also invite up to 10 team members from their organization to attend at a 50% discount! Bonus #2: for any CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) that registers AND refers another CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent) to Summit, they’ll receive an additional COMPLIMENTARY All-Access Pass! To submit and register your CMOs for Summit, please email CMOSUMMIT@marketo.com with the following info: Name of contestant referring the CMO Name of CMO attending Summit Company of CMO # of tickets with names and titles from their team attending Summit FAQs: Can I refer any CMO from another organization other than my own? YES! You can refer any CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent) that you know within your network. Is there a limit to the number of CMOs that I can refer during this contest? There’s no limit! You can refer as many CMOs (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) as you’d like! Is there something I can share with my CMO to get them interested in Summit? YES! See the below flyer for easy sharing. Does the complimentary VIP experience for my CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) apply only for April 25th or does it apply to all four days at Summit? Great question! The All-Access pass for your CMO (or c-suite/VP equivalent in your network) is valid for all 4 days of Summit and not just April 25th. Why should your CMO attend Summit? COMPLIMENTARY all-access pass to the Marketing Nation Summit, including a VIP Concert Experience with four-time Grammy Award-winning band, Train Hear from our amazing Day 2 keynote speaker, Grammy Award-winning musician and critically acclaimed actress, Queen Latifah Exclusive Adweek sessions connecting world-class brands & today’s technology disruptors discussing storytelling in the context of MarTech, AdTech, data & more Private VIP Networking Reception with Digital Futurists, Tech Moguls & More 50% Discount on four-day Pass for Your Team to Attend Summit (limit of 10 tickets per organization) Rideshare Transportation Voucher (Up to $300) Contest Terms & Conditions​ For any questions about this contest, post them below!
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You need to have the Web Personalization App to implement this case. Here is an explanation how you can add a Marketo Form into a Web Personalization (RTP) dialog campaign. When the web visitor completes the form, a thank you message is shown and the campaign disappears. NOTE: The Form sometimes may not appear in the Preview Campaign option. You can preview it as a Sandbox Preview campaign to test it. (See here.) Steps Add a Marketo Form into your Web Personalization Dialog campaign Set the Dialog campaign to never expire and transparent in style After the form is submitted, show a thank you for submitting page within the dialog Count Impression and Click metrics on the campaign in the Web Campaigns page Example Create Web Campaign Embed Form Code as Per Doc: http://docs.marketo.com/display/public/DOCS/Embed+a+Form+on+Your+Website Add Thank you message follow up page as per doc: http://developers.marketo.com/blog/show-thank-you-message-without-a-follow-up-landing-page/ Set Dialog Campaign to Timeout Never. Code Added to HTML of Web Campaign: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> <body> <script src= "//app-sjl.marketo.com/js/forms2/js/forms2.min.js" ></script> <form id= "mktoForm_1052" ></form> <script>MktoForms2.loadForm( "//app-sjl.marketo.com" , "777-JUM-540" , 1052 );</script> <script src= "//<host>/js/forms2/js/forms2.js" ></script> <script> MktoForms2.whenReady(function (form){   form.onSuccess(function(values, followUpUrl){    form.getFormElem().hide();    document.getElementById( 'confirmform' ).style.visibility = 'visible' ;    return false ; }); }); </script> <div id= "confirmform" style= "visibility:hidden;" ><p><strong>Thank you for submitting your details.</strong></p></div> </body> </html> How the Web Campaign Displays (Dialog overlay disappears a few seconds after the Thank You message) Web Campaign Impression and Clicks Tracked in the Web Campaigns Page Additional Resources on this topic: Embedding Marketo Forms on your website: http://docs.marketo.com/display/public/DOCS/Embed+a+Form+on+Your+Website Developers Docs http://developers.marketo.com/documentation/websites/forms-2-0/ http://developers.marketo.com/blog/show-thank-you-message-without-a-follow-up-landing-page/
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Marketo Users with  Marketo-MS Dynamics Integration may realize that they are not able to see the Marketo Sales Insight section on Lead/Contact Form in Dynamics after installing the Solution. In this scenario, we will consider that MSI is installed and published successfully. However, even with an Admin Role under their CRM instance, the User is unable to see its section on any Lead/Contact Form. TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS 1. Verify if MSI section is available on the Form Editor: 1.1  Open a record. 1.2  If there are multiple main forms for the entity, verify that the form is the one you want to edit. If it isn’t, use the form selector to choose the form you want to edit. 1.3  Click the More Commands button ( .... ) 1.4   Click Form Editor. You should expect the result below: As you can see the MSI section is available there. If NOT, please go back and re-publish the MSI plugin again as shown in our documentation (Install and Configure Marketo Sales Insight in Microsoft Dynamics Online - Marketo Docs - Product Docs - Step 10). But here, as I mentioned earlier everything is setup properly and running OK . So, what else could be the issue? 2. Check Assignment Roles: Note that due to security roles used in Microsoft Dynamics 365, even if a User is a member of a team with its own security privileges, he won’t be able to see some data. Go to : 2.1 Settings > Security. 2.2 Choose Users. 2.3 In the list, select the user or users that you want to assign a security role to. 2.4 Choose More Commands ( .... ) > Manage Roles. Only the security roles available for that user's business unit are displayed. 2.5 In the Manage User Roles dialog box, select the security role or roles you want for the user or users, and then choose OK . Let's us provide the User here with a Marketo Sales Insight Role . Click OK to save the change. 3. Result: The User should be able now to see the Marketo Sales Insight (MSI) section on Lead/Contact Form under their CRM account.
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