Marketo Integration: Lead Segmentation

There's more than one way to skin a cat. We love animals here at Oktopost, and would never harm a cat, but when applying this idiom to lead segmentation, it can't be closer to the truth. A C-Level prospect requires high-level content where engineers might prefer to receive how-to’s and guides. If your products or services are solving multiple pain points, then better lead nurturing would mean sending content that resonates with the targeted audience.

We’ve found that using the Marketo integration, businesses can better segment their lead databases by interest or based on what the prospects are engaging with on social media. Once the integration is set up, every single social click, regardless whether the click leads to your website, or a third party, such as YouTube or even somebody else’s blog, is now registered in Marketo. This article will demonstrate how to use this click information to segment your Marketo leads.

Step 1: Creating a Social Campaign in Oktopost

Start by creating social media campaigns in Oktopost, and use the campaign tags to indicate the topics of the campaign. In this example, the campaign is promoting blog posts from Q2, 2016 that discuss Advocacy for Enterprise companies.

Step 2: Create Static List

In Marketo, create static lists where you'll keep your segmented leads.

Step 3: Create Programs

Create programs that are triggered on social clicks and are coming from the segmentation campaigns. The screen captures below show how to set up the programs.

Trigger whenever there's a web page visit that contains /social/ and add a constraint where the Search Query contains utm_term=XXXX (in our case 'advocacy'). This will occur when somebody clicks on a social link that was in the "Advocacy" campaign, due to the naming convention in step 1.

Simply add the lead to the relevant list. In this example, the Advocacy list.


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  2. How to Install Social Insights for Salesforce
  3. Salesforce Social Insights Data and Reports
  4. How to Install Social Analytics for Salesforce
  5. How to Install Social Advocacy For Salesforce
  6. How to Set Up The Eloqua Integration
  7. How to Set Up the HubSpot Integration
  8. How to Set Up The Salesforce Integration
  9. How to Set up The Microsoft Dynamics Integration
  10. How to Set Up The Mautic Integration
  11. How to Set Up the Bitly Integration
  12. How to Set Up the Feedly Integration
  13. How to Set Up the Act-On Integration
  14. Feedly Custom Sharing with Oktopost
  15. Act-On Integration: Segmenting Lists Using Social Data
  16. Act-On Integration: Social Lead Scoring
  17. Conversion Tracking With Marketo Forms 2.0
  18. Marketo Integration: Lead Segmentation
  19. Marketo Integration: Interesting Social Moments
  20. How to Set Up the Salesfusion Integration
  21. How to Set Up the Pardot Integration
  22. Setting up the Google Analytics integration
  23. How to Set Up the Facebook Retargeting Integration
  24. How to Create a Facebook Audience Based on Social Behavior
  25. Attributing Social to Leads in Marketo
  26. Webhooks
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  28. How to Create Salesforce Cases From Assignments
  29. Setting up Integration Assets
  30. Social Click URLs
  31. Salesforce Campaign Naming Parameters
  32. How to Track Conversion on HubSpot Embedded Forms
  33. How to Track Conversion on Pardot Forms
  34. How to Track Conversions on Act-On Labs Forms
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  40. Zapier Use Cases
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  44. Lead Parameters
  45. How to Update an Existing Social Insights Installation

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