Eloqua Developer

Welcome to my Eloqua blog

Coming from a background in Eloqua development and marketing automation, here's where I provide insight into my career, my passions and my life.

Most of these posts are going to be inspired by real life Eloqua based situations that I am currently facing with clients. I am also going to review the different apps that I "integrate" with Eloqua and provide you with real life use cases for them. If anyone has anything they would like me to review or a situation they would like me to look into get in touch using the contact page and I will do my best to have a post up within about a week.

Eloqua Technical: How to capture exactly which campaign, medium, etc, a lead used to come on to your website even though they navigated around several pages before conversion.

I got asked by a subscriber how they could track UTM parameters on the first touch to their website from all mediums, campaigns, etc because contacts where coming to their website, navigating around and then submitting forms.  After I helped them they no longer had a...

Eloqua Blog: The benefits of Integrating Oracle Unity with Eloqua

I am getting more and more enquiries about Oracle Unity and what benefits integrating it with Eloqua will bring.  To help you better understand this new world I have put together this article.  If you want to know more about it or have a project to integrate the two...

Eloqua Guide: How to use the Eloqua Sandbox

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital marketing, it's crucial to have a safe and controlled environment to test new strategies, campaigns, and configurations before implementing them in your live Eloqua instance. Eloqua offers a sandbox environment for this...

Eloqua Progressive Profiling 3: Hiding standard fields when you have the data

When an Eloqua landing loads, provided the user has the Eloqua cookie set, their information is automatically populated which gives you something to play with.  The third part part is what I call standard Eloqua form fields (If this is the first piece of the tutorial...
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