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You can have radio buttons/slider in this case as there's no feature for thumbs up/down clicks. However, another options could be using images for Thumbs Up and Thumbs Down and then tracking them from their link (Clicked Link on Web Page) or use an external code and embed that in LP's - which would have external reporting for that purposes e.g http://likebtn.com/en/
Hope this helps!
Thanks ...yes this makes sense. I thoink its better to use 2 images and link them to a web page
@Ramesh I wouldn't actually "Link them to a web page" per se because then you're talking about opening or replacing a browser tab/window.
Link the images to the munchkinFunction('clickLink') instead. Then the person does not leave the current page but their choice is logged just like a click.
It also is possible to create Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down image links in a Marketo form. I'll post the recipe later.
@Ramesh Here's a quite simple way to do this with Marketo Forms: http://jsfiddle.net/sanford/t7xdmf8x/
The trick is to create 2 forms: one that just has a big submit button "Yes" and another that has a big button "No." (They do not have any fields.)
Then embed the forms wherever you want this kind of feedback.
The cool thing about doing it this way is reporting is very clear: search for Filled Out Form activity where Form = "Yes, Relevant" and URL = <whatever URL you're interested in>.
If you have more than one possible poll like this at the same URL, you would have to get a little fancier, more like in my first recommendation where you use munchkinFunction() to log the user's responses.
Hi Sanford - Agree with you. That's a good way to keep the reporting clear and within Marketo. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for sharing. I will do the same and agree that it will look clean and easy to use.