I put together a short list of cool things you can do with Marketo Landing Pages. Take a look.
These are cool little icons you see on web page bookmarks and browser tabs. See mine up above? They are useful for brand recognition as well as helpful reminders of what is going on in each tab on a browser. Many people have 10 or 20 tabs open at once, leaving room only for an icon. It’s so fast and easy, there’s no reason not to.
Step 1: Create or Find a Favicon.ico file
Your web team may already have one, so either ask them or pull it from the site yourself by doing View Source and looking for the code below.
Take that link and download the file, or copy that link for Step 3.
Step 2: Upload the .ico file to Marketo’s Images and Files section.
Perhaps under a folder called website-images
Step 3: Add the following tag to your template between <HEAD> and </HEAD>
<link rel=”favicon” href=”http://go.yoursite.com/favicon.ico”>
NOTE: this must be in the base URL as shown. Where yoursite.com is the link to your favicon.ico file which must be in the root directory as shown.
Video on Marketo Pages
When Marketo introduced the YouTube integration, some of these tips became outdated, but some are still useful depending on your goals.
- Video Use on Pages
- Search Articles on Video
- How to Use Video on Pages
- Embed video on a Marketo page
- More options on embedding video
- More How to Embed Video
- Tracking video and plays on Marketo Pages: Discussion 1 | Discussion 2
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[Updated: October 3, 2018 with new options]