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It’s a fact that shorter forms have a higher conversion rate, but in B2B marketing longer forms are needed to capture essential information for lead scoring and lead routing. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use the Google Places API to auto-fill city, state/province, country and postal code/zip code within your Pardot forms. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know how to code to implement this, you just need to know how to copy & paste.
In this tutorial you will learn how to use a Pardot form to gate content on a page. Gated content allows you to capture a lead’s information, by asking them to provide contact details before accessing a piece of content that is valuable. Instead of creating more than one page for the gated content and form, this tutorial will focus on creating a popup on the page that contains the asset.
This month I was challenged with creating a landing page for event registration using Pardot. The event had 15+ roundtable sessions in the morning (within 2-time slots) and an option to register for the afternoon session (keynote, happy hour etc). Here’s a sneak peak into how I built it along with some code if you want to try building something similar for your next event.
Pardot’s Salesforce connector can be used to pass data back and forth between Pardot and Salesforce. In this article, learn everything about the Salesforce connector including what objects are synced, what happens if the prospect already exists in Pardot and how to map Salesforce users to Pardot users.