To integrate Sitefinity CMS forms data with Eloqua you need to:
NOTE: You may enable just one form on a page to post data to Eloqua or the same form to post data to different Eloqua campaigns.
You can accumulate data from many Sitefinity CMS forms, for example, Contact us or Register, to a single Eloqua form, capturing lead data for a specific campaign. On the other hand, you can reuse one form on many pages, each page corresponding to a different campaign in Eloqua. To do this, you need to connect a Sitefinity CMS form, built with Sitefinity CMS form builder, to Oracle Eloqua and you must match the form fields to the Eloqua form fields. Next, you enable the form to post data to Eloqua and choose the proper campaign.
Once you set up an Eloqua campaign and build an Eloqua form, you can associate any Sitefinity CMS Feather form, new or existing, to this campaign. Generally, you map fields of an existing Sitefinity CMS form, especially if you do not want to create a large form from scratch.
If you want to connect a new Sitefinity CMS form to Eloqua:
IMPORTANT: You must create an MVC only form since you can only connect MVC forms to Oracle Eloqua.
Next, to connect the newly created or any existing Sitefinity CMS form to Eloqua, follow these steps:
NOTE: If your have a Marketo integration as well, you can also sync this form with Marketo. For more information, see Connect a form with Marketo. In addition, if you work with Digital Experience Cloud, you can sync form data as well. For more information, see Data sources.
NOTE: If you created a Sitefinity CMS form with corresponding fields to the Eloqua form, you can skip this step.
NOTE: You can add more than one Feather form widgets on the page and thus use different forms. Or you can post data to Eloqua from one form only, depending on your marketing campaign scenario.
NOTE: To find the campaign ID, in Eloqua, open the respective campaign. From the URL, copy the ID at the end of the URL, for example, id=12345.
NOTE: You can have different campaign IDs for the same form and thus reuse the form for different purposes.
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