Yes. Vidyard.com. It's great.
We have a wistia integration setup for that, it works great!
Thanks for the recommendations!
Out of curiosity, what ballpark would we be looking at to start a Vidyard account? In comparison to your Marketo or Salesforce costs, is it somewhere in the realm of 10%? 20%? Equal cost?
I only ask because this is a new realm to us, and Wistia seems fairly affordable with their public pricing, but Vidyard's pricing seems to be more gated without a ballpark figure.
Ian from Vidyard here.
Our pricing varies based on the core functionalities and number of video assets. I'd be happy to walk you through how we work with Marketo and Salesforce - and discuss any other requirements or objectives - email@example.com
You can also find some resources at:
You are correct in presuming that for typical use cases we would be a smaller percentage of Marketo's cost.
Hope this helps!
I've used Wistia and Vidyard for this to great success, but there's another, cheaper option to consider: JWPlayer. I've done setups with JWPlayer + Amazon Elastic Transcoder (for offering RMTP streaming/multiple quality streamed video) for quite cheap compared to hosting services if you only need a few videos (or alternately need to use a lot/have high viewership.)
I'm struggling with logging video activity using Wistia...
I've got everything connected, and am using Turnstile to gate videos (and collect FN/LN/EM), but I'm not seeing the activities on the contact record.
Here's a sample page with the wistia code SEO embed option: Dollars & Sense - 4 Tips to Shorten Your Revenue Cycle | PointClickCare
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Turnstile won't actually record the activity--you'll need to set up a small JS call to record a faux-visited URL for play, played to certain, complete (or build a custom activity type in Marketo, but that's probably overkill in this case.)
You need some custom development work to get this to work. We just did this and were able to set activities to be logged to the lead record at 5% intervals of the video. Then we could setup programs that correspond to the videos, and use program statuses to track based on progress. In the end it looks like this:
Just adding a reply to the OP since I missed this originally. You can track when someone has passed an "interesting" timestamp in a video usingYouTube and Munchkin alone: MktoMunchkin :: YouTube Player API - JSFiddle
In the demo, `interestingMomentSS` is set to 10, meaning when the player fires an event and the viewer is past the 10-second mark, you'll see a Clicked Link event in Marketo with query param movie-action = "passed-im-mark". Then do whatever flow stuff you want from there.
Yeah, I've seen the documentation on interesting moments, but what I want to be able to do is utilize the Wistia "turnstile" that collects FN/LN/EM and actually track that in Marketo.
"Connecting" the systems hasn't seemed to do anything of importance.
What I'd like to see happen (but don't know how to do it) is this:
- Visitor starts recorded webinar and at designated time, turnstile form appears asking for FN/LN/EM
- On submit, lead record Activity Log in Marketo updates with Lead Source = Website Recorded Webinar & name of video.
- Will also adjust score and fire auto-reply email
From the documentation
"If you're integrating with HubSpot or Marketo, there's no need to select a list; once enabled, captured emails will go straight into your linked account!"
This "appears" to do something, but i'm not getting very good data.
I really need help with this
I was responding to the OP, not to the Wistia-specific question.