Your Marketo forms don’t have to be boring. With a little extra CSS you can create beautiful Marketo forms with customized checkboxes and radio buttons. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how you can style checkboxes and radio buttons within Marketo forms with minimal coding.
Your website is one of your most important demand generation assets and a blog is a way to increase your online presence, making you more visible on Google. It also is a great way to bring prospects into your Pardot database to expand the top of your funnel. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to setup your blog with a Pardot form, how to create a blog welcome email, and how to automate blog digest emails
After launching my Form Style Generator for Pardot Forms, the number one question I receive is ‘how do I create a 2 column form in Pardot?’ I might update the style generator to include this in the future, but in the meantime, here’s how to create a 2 column Pardot form with minimal coding.
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