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Sanford Whiteman
Marketo's Known Visitor HTML feature (KV HTML in my shorthand) is a great way to streamline a lead's experience if they've already filled out a form. KV HTML has quirks and guidelines that deserve another post, but in brief: Use it to hide the usual form entirely if you already know who someone is, essentially letting somebody “jump the gate” to… (Show more)
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Brett Carpenter
When I'm using the "Add to SFDC Campaign" flow step, and the lead isn't already in SFDC, I just learned that this step will sync the lead to SFDC.   What are the assignment rules it uses though? Does it use the auto-assign rules that are created so the correct sales owner will be applied?
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Vic Chen
hi i use REST to get result, i use activities.json with type 12 and 13, mean "new created" and "updated". after i got result, i query via REST for each leadId.   now i want it faster, i try leadchanges.json with fileds i need. for example… (Show more)
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Yuvraj Chavan
Need more info about GDPR.I don't know anything about it. Please share related material.   Thanks in advance
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JD Nelson
Preference centers can be so "meh" -- mine is definitely due for an upgrade. I'm curious what you all do to either get cool data, show/hide different things, or what extra perks you've made. I'm sure some of you have some good ones.   I'm looking to expand a few sections for our Customers (giving them more opt-in options) but I can foresee this… (Show more)
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Netali Jakubovitz
Hi everyone,   I am trying to analyze my nurturing activity from the past year. Almost every email blast we sent had an A/B test and I would love to concentrate the results on one report. Is there a way to that in your experience?   (instead of opening each and every program.... )   Thanks in advance!
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Sanford Whiteman
Velocity's MathTool ($math in Marketo's Script Editor) offers the convenience function random() to generate a random number in a given range. As I suggested to user LD in this thread, you can use random()to randomly select content for quick-and-dirty A/B tests. For example, this will choose one of 3 link titles at random for every lead in a send:… (Show more)
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Alex Greger
Hi All,   Happy New Year!  We wanted to kick off 2018 MUG Meetings with a discussion on opt-in compliance.   Agenda: Housekeeping - Lunch Presentation 1: How to Get the Most Out of Your Canadian Database Post-CASL - Lauren Aquilino Break Presentation 2: EU GDPR Preparation and Best Practices - Dan Stevens Networking   Our two…
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