How to Track Custom URLs with Query String Values

This video looks at tracking URLs with custom Query String values. It is similar to our previous video about tracking URLs with a custom portion of the path. The difference here is that the format of the URL is different (http://google.com?q=dynamic_value as opposed to http://google.com/path1/dynamic_value). The solution lies in using Eloqua’s Redirect Link capabilities.

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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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