4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 12, 2014 9:05 AM by Rafael Santoni

    Marketo able to track the Dynamic Image link

      Hope all the team are good! I have a question what marketo can be track the dynamic Image. Please let me know if any one know about this.

      Thanks,
      Navdeep
        • Re: Marketo able to track the Dynamic Image link
          Can you clarify the question? What dynamic image are you referring to and what exactly are you looking for?
          • Re: Marketo able to track the Dynamic Image link
            Actually I am using a flash Image (which automatically contain a link) in our landing page and I want to track the actviity of this Image in marketo instance means how many person are clicking in my image. Make sense!



            • Re: Marketo able to track the Dynamic Image link
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              • Re: Marketo able to track the Dynamic Image link
                Rafael Santoni
                Re-posting with my production community profile. . .

                I think the easiest way would be to leverage the Munchkin API to record a 'Click link' event in the visitor's activity log.

                For details on how to do it, you can visit this page http://developers.marketo.com/documentation/websites/lead-tracking-munchkin-js/

                Look for the "Click Link" section under the "Calling Munchkin API Functions" heading.

                Don't forget that you can invoke this like any other Javascript function. However, you must call the Munchkin tracking function Munchkin.init() before making any Munchkin.munchkinFunction() calls.


                Here's an excerpt from the documentation on the type of call you would need to make:

                     Click Link

                     This call records a 'Click Link' event in the user's activity log. Use this when you want to record that a user clicked an Ajax, Flash, or other RIA link. 

                     The href can be any value -- even a page that doesn't exist -- but the href must not contain "http://", domains, or URL parameters. The click link event will have the domain of the calling web page.

                
                
                1.           Munchkin.munchkinFunction('clickLink', {
                2.               href: '/MyFlashMovie/Story1'}
                3.           );


                     I hope that helps.

                     Good luck!

                     Rafael