Anyone knows if it's possible to do the following:
When a person keys in his email address in the Marketo landing page form:
This will have to happen live. Any developers here who can point me in the right direction. What do you think I have to do to make this work?
maybe this approach would help you: Show Custom HTML Form for Known People - Marketo Docs - Product Documentation
But this works only for leads who are cookied.
That works for a Known person, however, if you want to tie it to the specific Registration list for that Page, you would need to develop some jquery.
Thanks for your insight.
Another newbie question: I'll think Form 2.0 will make this work, but do you know how I can possibly retrieve and compare against a specific registration list using jquery?
Thanks in advance.
but do you know how I can possibly retrieve and compare against a specific registration list using jquery?
What you can do is:
While bit clunky, this approach could be implemented quickly by a skilled developer.
Thanks for the insightful answer (:
I guess the alternative approach you suggest is not something that can be deployed live, in the sense it takes place when the button is clicked, and based on whether the person is already in the list or not, I can show something different (like different form, url etc.). Am I right to say that?
...is not something that can be deployed live, in the sense it takes place when the button is clicked, and based on whether the person is already in the list or not, I can show something different (like different form, url etc.). Am I right to say that?
No.... why would I have suggested it if it couldn't be used? You have some guaranteed latency when you perform a remote lookup in response to a button click, and this method might be on the high end of user-facing delays on occasion, but it can be used "live."
Btw, here's an example of such a form in action:
Do you have a sample of your code online Sanford? I think this is interesting and could potentially soluse-casesecase.
It will be a blog post soon.