Pardot form handlers allow you to use your own forms to post your data to Pardot. A Form handler is a great alternative to use instead of Pardot iFrame forms. They allow you to fully customize the look of your form and submit data to more than 1 database. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a form handler from scratch.
Pardot offers 2 methods for embedding forms on your website; embedding using an iframe, and form handlers. While the embedded iFrame forms allow marketers to have control over updating and configuring the forms, using an iFrame isn’t always ideal for website usability. In this tutorial, I will show you how to take advantage of the Pardot iFrame forms and make it look great embedded on your website.
After I created a post on 10 expert tips on moving from Marketo to Pardot, I received many questions about the cost of moving from one marketing automation system to another and how much effort is involved. Here is a breakdown of level of effort and the tasks that are involved with moving marketing automation systems.
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