Solving for Tracking Clickthroughs to a Dynamic URL

April 4, 2018 Jesse Nobbe

In this “How To” video we explore a common problem whereby we want to track clickthroughs to a dynamic URL within Eloqua. Normally this would be done with a tracked link. However, in some cases using a tracked URL is not feasible, especially when the format of the URL is path based like: http://google.com/path1/dynamic_value, where dynamic_value is something stored on a field in Eloqua. Here we see two possible solutions to this problem.

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Jesse Nobbe

Jesse is a Lead Technology Strategist and Lead Developer. He has been working in Web Development and Eloqua since 2012. Jesse currently resides in sunny Denver Colorado and is the organizer of the Colorado Eloqua User Group.

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