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Georgi, I have no experience by which to speak to this. But if I had to ruminate, I'd add an event (JS or SOAP) in your CMS templates that pushes a count to your CMS & run the logic out of your CMS. That wouldn't utilise API calls. This isn't really the way that Marketo was intended to run. You might be able to create a list for each piece of CMS content & add each visitor to that list. But that would be so manual & I don't know how you'd pull a count for a static list.
Let us know what you do. It's an interesting use case. It's more data than I need.
From what I can tell, Marketo will allow you to score any page with the Munchkin code implemented.
For best results, I would score on keywords contained in the URL; done right, this will reduce the number of scoring campaigns from one for every page to one for every score level.
Marketo will allow you to accumulate a score on each lead record based on the web pages (with munchkin) that the lead has visited. You would do this using a smart campaign with a Visits Web Page trigger and a Change Score flow action. You can also accumulate a score on each lead record based on the forms that lead filled out or the links (to a file) the lead clicked.
Marketo is not able to provide an aggregate score for a specific page, form or file (link click) within a specific timeframe. However, you can create a list of leads that visited a page, filled out a form or clicked a link within a specific timeframe.
Hi Adam, Steve and Elliott - your answers helped a lot. @Elliott I think I can use this - I am glad that with the Munchkin code installed on the cms pages, I'll be able to track these pages and change lead scores - at first I tought I can only do that for landing pages that reside in Marketo...
I have some additional questions, but in order to keep the topics clean and not overwhelmed with questions, I'll rise separate discussions.
Thank you guys once again for your help. I appreciate it.