Marketo’s Munchkin tracking code helps you track visits to your web site. You’re likely to want to use Munchkin tracking code to cookie anonymous leads for most or all of the pages on your website. Let’s walk through how Munchkin works. Visits to the page are recorded for existing leads, and a visit to the … Continue reading “Lead Tracking and Multiple Domains”
Let’s say you would like to dynamically change the phone number on a landing page depending on where a user is located. For example, if the person is in California you would like to show them the phone number for your California office on your landing page, but if they are in Japan you would … Continue reading “Dynamically Change Page Content Based on a User’s Location”
There are three new endpoints available for the REST APIs: Delete Lead, Get Multiple Leads By Program Id, and Get Deleted Leads. There is also an update to the Create/Update Leads API endpoint that allows you to request asynchronous processing.
This will be the first post in an ongoing series highlighting open-source projects built around the Marketo platform by the developer community. We maintain a list on Marketo’s GitHub account where we track client libraries and projects created by the Marketo developer community. Below are three projects developed around the Marketo REST and SOAP APIs. … Continue reading “Highlighting Open Source Projects Built on the Marketo Platform”
There are three new endpoints available for the REST APIs: Associate Lead, Merge Lead, and Get Lead Partitions.
Typically, when you use Marketo forms, you create two landing pages – one to place the form on and one to redirect to after the form is completed. However, in some cases, you may not want to have two separate but very similar landing pages to maintain. You can actually use the same landing page … Continue reading “Show Thank You Message Without a Follow-Up Landing Page”
Do you want to import leads from a CSV file through the REST API, but noticed this is challenging to do using the Postman Chrome extension. In this post, we’ll walk through how to do this with cURL. Step One Download and install cURL, a command line tool we’ll use to push data to Marketo’s … Continue reading “Use cURL to Import Leads via the REST API”
To test out the Marketo APIs, you need to have data in your Marketo lead database. This post will show you how to import demo data into your Marketo account. Here is a link to a CSV file with demo data that you can use as a starting point for creating your own demo data. … Continue reading “Import Demo Data”