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Over the past couple of months, I have been creating email templates using the new(ish) email template syntax in Marketo and I’ve learned a couple tricks along the way. To save you from some headaches, here are 8 tips that I’ve learned from creating Marketo 2.0 email templates from scratch.
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.
Earlier this year at Summit, Marketo announced that they would be launching an Account Based Marketing Platform. As of September 2016, Marketo has officially launched their Account Based Marketing Platform as part of their Summer ’16 launch. There’s been a lot of buzz about Marketo ABM and its benefits, so I thought I would break everything down into the top 9 things you should know about the Marketo Account Based Marketing Platform.
The new Marketo email editor allows for more customizations than ever before. You now have the ability to create modules, color pickers, number variables and more, but your email templates need to follow the email template 2.0 syntax in order to take advantage of these features. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a Marketo 2.0 friendly template and how to turn your existing 1.0 email templates to 2.0 email templates.
Even though I’ve been using Marketo for 5+ years, I still find features that make me think how did I not know that? Here are some Marketo tricks that aren’t widely known including navigation shortcuts, the campaign inspector, email scripting and generating draft preview URLs.