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Marketo is a marketing automation platform with a range of capabilities spanning SMB to enterprise. Basic features include email marketing, drip nurturing, landing pages, and lead scoring, but other editions offer additional advanced features. Typical customers are B2B firms with complex sales cycles.https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/2C/bR/K0CNIBPW0UWO.JPEGMarketo helps us get more/better leads!Marketo is used by our marketing and support departments primarily. We use it for all emails that go out to our clients and prospects. It allows us to seamlessly integrate with our CRM and communicate effectively with our contacts.,Tracks our leads through a funnel before passing them onto our sales team. Seamless integration with our CRM. Sends emails to our contacts and allows us to target our message based on roles. Allows us to personalize our webpage based on user experience, location and special promotions. Integrates with our webinar providers to allow us to promote our events across multiple channels.,The calendar, while a great addition, is not where we need it to be to track our campaigns and see how many are running within a specific time frame. The analytics section is due for an upgrade in the next few weeks, but for now when you go into RCE, it has a very old look/feel that can be taken the wrong way.,10,Constant Contact,250,000 to 1 million,B2B,20,2,Sending emails, whether promotional or thought leadership, to our clients & prospects Integrating with our CRM to provide a wholistic view to our sales team of all marketing activities Integrating with our event partners allowing us to brand & personalize all parts of a webinar or other virtual event Promoting our annual user conference Allowing us to personalize our website based on a users location or other experiences on our site.,Data quality with our CRM. We have been able to use it to help maintain that our country or state fields are maintained with the values that we want. The same goes for job title which is not available to be a picklist in the CRM.,There is an upcoming integration with SurveyMonkey that we plan on using and cannot wait for it to launch!,10,Marketo has definitely helped with efficiency. We moved from another program where we had to upload lists and could only do them in batches of so many at a time. This and many other factors have made us more efficient! Marketo has helped us with our tracking of leads through the entire funnel. We can now go from an anonymous lead just looking at our website all the way through to closed business. We can also then loop it around again to use our lead process for upsell opportunities which is critical in today's market. Marketo has had a huge impact on us because of its ability to integrate with our CRM. We can now work with sales and customer service to ensure that we have the correct contacts and there is seamless integration to offer them the visibility into what a contact has received.,Yes,Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation,I don't think there's anything that I would change about my selection process. We were pretty thorough when looking at the products on the market.,6,No,Nurture streams are extremely easy to perform. You can drag and drop your completed emails into them and rearrange on the fly with Marketo automatically knowing which people in the nurture may have already received content and automatically sending them the next item on the list.,The calendar is slightly cumbersome. I find it hard to see what I want on it, but it's a very new feature that they have already made improvements to.,Yes, but I don't use it,9,9,10,7Strong enough for IT, but made for a MarketerMarketo is a program that seems small and lightweight until you really get under the hood and discover it's a beast of a powerhouse. Having worked with other marketing automation tools in the past, I really appreciate how Marketo is built and designed around marketers, not IT folks. You don't need to know database design, HTML coding or JavaScript - but if you do, the possibilities are endless. I've been able to rapidly develop, deploy and copy programs for engaging nurture marketing programs, content downloads, webinars, trade shows, digital ads, paid search, contact us pages and numerous other channels. The tools in Marketo make the job of ETL to our CRM simple and easy to understand. Marketo was designed to be a marketer's tool. Leads are easily scored and dispositioned.,Innovation - creating an easy-to-use marketing automation tool that's designed for marketers, not IT, but with powerful capabilities for power-users. Listen to customers - a very involved community where users can reach out to each other for support and guidance. Improve - continuously enhancing the user experience.,Power - the servers sometimes seem unable to keep up with the work. Stability - while seeing the program improve is exciting, I'd like to see them hit a point where less improvement is needed. Offline Client - to be able to work when I'm not online.,10,Engage and grow customers over time,Adobe Campaign,250,000 to 1 million,B2B,150,20,Demand Generation Awareness Funnel Velocity,Decrease form requests Lead scoring and attribution Operation programs,10,Adobe Campaign, Salesforce.com,Very good ROI - we're able to help new customers find u Lead Sharing - we can get leads from other sister-companies,Yes,Price Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation Vendor Reputation Third-party Reviews,I wouldn't change it, but then again I wasn't part of the committee.,Don't know,Was not Part of Implementation,10,Online training In-person training Self-taught,10,10,I find that the Marketo Community does an excellent job at helping new users. I've personally responded to dozens of requests for help and have become a strong acquaintance with other power users.,9,Work with IT to set up SPF / DKIM keys. Make sure you have people on-board that know what they're doing and have experience working with Marketo.,No - there is no facility to customize the interface,No - the product does not support adding custom code,Nothing,Yes,10,No,Most recently we've been facing issues due to the growing size of the userbase using Marketo and that we're global so there is no "good time of day' to run large imports which kick off a lot of workflows. They listened and have engaged their engineering team to take a look at what's going on and we're working on a plan to fix the occasional problem.,Easy to quickly send out an email campaign Easy to create a segmented targeting list Easy to create an email, landing page or form,Creating custom reports Looking for non-standard metrics Trying to do deep dives into program performance,No,10,8,10,7,Webex MadisonLogic,Reporting,File import/export API (e.g. SOAP or REST) Javascript widgets,10,Build in test time.,5,9,Was not part.,Was not part of negotiation.,Yes,Automated Reporting Microsoft Browser support Lead dashboard,Template improvements Landing page / email improvements,No,NoNurtures Great, Reports ClunkyWe currently use Marketo for our lead nurturing streams and conference engagement. Our Marketing and Sales departments are the only departments at the company who are currently impacted by the product. Our main goal in implementing Marketo was to increase streamline cohesiveness between the two departments. We also hope to get further acquainted with the analytic's of Marketo to provide a more robust pipeline and ROI.,End User Communication and Training - Marketo is always reaching out to the end user about new products or different ways to use the tool. The Community offers great feature support and a positive environment to ask questions. Nurture Streams & Transition Steps - The various nurture stream options are great tools and provide easy layouts to manage a spectrum of different streams at once. Seamless integration with Salesforce - the time it takes to integrate and continue communication between the two systems is fabulous.,Analytic Reporting - Trying to create a simple report based on a few features is hard to do. Reporting results - Currently the reports are very granular with only data. I would love to see heat maps, graphics and other illustrations to help tell the reporting story. Template builds - It would be great if the template builder was more intuitive and could allow drag and drop features instead of just relying on HTML coding of a new template. Not all of us are coders...,9,Question is not applicable to our instance or industry,Engage and grow customers over time Measure marketing investment,Pardot and Oracle Eloqua,10,000 to 25,000,Both,3,3,Streamline lead nurturing Provide analytical insight into Marketing and Sales enablement Learning the voice of our customers through Munkin Coding our website,Addition of Marketo Calendar for event management and ease of leads entering into the system The snippet functionality of grabbing images off websites without downloading is great! Integration within multiple technology systems we currently used but didn't know matched with Marketo,Web Personalization RCA Social Selling,10,Salesforce.com, LinkedIn Sales Navigator, Uberflip,In the beginning lead hand off to sales were slower due to a properly vetted system - however the leads we are sending over are 47% more qualified than when we began We are still new in the process to really start seeing ROI,Yes,Price Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation Analyst Reports Third-party Reviews,I believe that our company made the right decision in picking Marketo to be our marketing automation platform. Looking back and reviewing the way we made our decision I find little I would change about it. One thing that could have made the evaluation experience even better would be to look more on the social presence. Everyone has an opinion and checking out reviews such as this one in greater detail would be beneficial. Other than that I believe we took the right time to do our extensive research between all automation providers and landing on Marketo. The price, functionality, and ease of use outweighed the competition.,Vendor implemented Professional services company,Yes,Change management was a major issue with the implementation,Difficulties with the Munchkin code at first integrating with our Drupal site Future thinking all the initial lead scoring rule without ever having that before,8,Online training Self-taught,10,After the basic foundations class and the implementation time frame I was left to finish learning and creating items in Marketo on my own. I cannot stress enough how helpful the community is! The community provides you access to individuals right at your fingertips that will help provide answers to questions you are looking for, or documentation of problems you are currently facing that someone else has already figured out. Everyone is friendly and wants to make sure you have the best experience with the program and each other. Also their are groups called MUG (Marketo User Groups) that allow you to meet individuals either in your same region or like minded people that will help you accomplish your goals - join one or five!,9,My recommendation would be less is more in the beginning. Depending on what your understanding is with marketing automation platforms you may be more knowledgeable then others. Use your own knowledge as the measuring stick of how complex you want to configure Marketo. You can always add more complexity and automation rules as you learn and grow with the system. Some times it is best to keep things simple in the beginning which will allow you time to understand the ends and outs of the system. Once you do that you can truly make Marketo work the best for you and your company.,Some - we have done small customizations to the interface,Yes - we have added extensive custom code,None,No,9,Yes,In the beginning of our integration with Marketo and Salesforce we had a bug happen in our lead library. Marketo was duplicating the Salesforce leads and contacts into two different lists. I was actually unaware of the issue and my Marketo representative reached out to me. We immediately took the issue to support and our situation was resolved in a matter of two days. The end result found that we accidentally uploaded the list twice into Marketo which created our own bug. Thanks to Marketo we were able to find the solution quickly and ensure our database was clean prior to implementing nurture streams.,Lead Library Analytic Reporting Email Testing,New Email template creations - if you are not using Marketo's templates Understanding Tokens at first and how to use them Creating new stylized forms - Again if you are not using the templates provided for you in Marketo,Yes, but I don't use it,9,10,9,9,Company Website Salesforce Webinars,LookBook Uberflip Vidyard,Single Signon API (e.g. SOAP or REST) AppExchange or similar marketplace,9,I would echo my previous statement. At our company, all vendors that we currently work with or are researching in the future have to have one rule - they integrate with Marketo. Marketo is the backbone to our nurturing and demand gen initiative and it is important for our company to only work with vendors who support Marketo. If you have previous relationships with vendors that are not currently supporting Marketo I would encourage you to encourage them to research how to support Marketo. When everything talks to each other and syncs smoothly together it is so much easier to accomplish your tasks.,9,9,Without going into too much detail we were able to negotiate a decent discounted rate for consecutive years of using Marketo. Database size and scalability were a factor in the discounted structure. Also the more add on features that are purchased also helped the discount structure in our conversations. You have the flexibility to sign a one year contract if you desire as well.,My advice to anyone looking to enter into a partnership with the vendor would be to do your research. The purchasing process can get so confusing if you are not properly informed. Know all the different tier breakdowns and implications that happen if you go over your allotted size. Know the different features that are available and see if you can get a discount by purchase two together.,Yes,Email Editor Email Insights Better Analytics,Project Orion ACB,No,YesHighly intuitive.Very user friendly. Easy to get up to speed and train others how to use it. Similar to SFDC in the fact that it is intuitive. Increasing marketing efficiency. It's so simple to clone landing pages, emails, programs, and campaigns that it makes us very proficient. It makes up for deficiencies in SFDC. Sometimes there are limitations with SFDC workflow rules that Marketo can handle. It also allows a deeper view into each lead that would not be available in SFDC without Marketo. Provides valuable lead information, visibility, and tools for Sales.,Sometimes it can be very slow. Sometimes just finding a value on a pick list takes much longer than it should. Sometimes it can take a long time for a list to run. They have told us that database size and quantity of database activity can play a role on speed. Some of this was due to years of accumulated anonymous lead data that was clogging up system. These are now archived automatically after 3 months by Marketo. This helped, but we still have periods where it is slow. Reporting on emails sent via Sales Insight could use improvement. Right now it is very limited and hard to report accurately. RCA stage accuracy could be improved by making the model intuitive enough to correctly handle merges. If a SFDC administrator makes a mass update, this can cause backlogs in the system. For example, campaign triggers or alerts can be delayed by a couple of hours.,9,Within 2 years of implementing Marketo, we realized a 135% increase in opportunities created, and a 148% increase in opportunities won. In order to support that increase in opportunities, we expanded our sales team in excess of 200%. Within the first 2 years of implementing Marketo, we doubled the size of our marketing department and increased the marketing budget by 73% to support new marketing demands. The sheer quantity and efficiency of campaigns that we can put out, along with associated reporting for each, is dramatically higher than we could ever achieve before Marketo. We could not continue at our current pace without Marketo. This is the primary reason we renew.,Eloqua,250,000 to 1 million,B2B,46,1,The primary process is marketing campaign management: We use Marketo for all forms, landing pages, emails, and campaign responses. All lead information is captured on Marketo landing pages and forms, which is then pumped directly into SFDC. Our sales department also depends on Marketo Sales Insight for lead data when prospecting. We also use Marketo for reporting and alerts. We report and alert on certain web behaviors to improve sales and retention.,We use Marketo for workflow that SFDC cannot always handle, such as updating fields or sending alerts based on certain record inputs. We use reporting of certain behaviors in Marketo to watch for possible client cancellations, increasing retention.,There is a lot of reporting available in Marketo that we do not currently use. In the future, I see us gearing towards more of that reporting.,9,,Price Product Features Product Usability Analyst Reports,We would not change anything. We are happy with our decision.,Professional services company,No,We would recommend hiring an experienced team over implementing in house.,8,Online training Self-taught,6,I took the online training, but it was very basic. I learned most of Marketo through self-teaching just because there is not a lot of advanced online training. I would recommend using all the online resources they have available, but there is a lot you have to learn on your own.,No,9,Yes,There was one time we were trying to figure out how to change the visibility around a web activity report. The support team informed us that what we were trying to do was not possible at this time. They said they liked the idea, though, and told us to put it up on the Marketo community. As soon as we did, the support team backed the idea. It hasn't been implemented yet, but it was nice to know that they do listen and support what their customers are trying to do.,Setting up programs to sync with SFDC campaigns is very easy. Cloning programs/assets is very easy and saves a lot of time.,For us, since we have RCA, keeping RCA stages updated is difficult due to record merges. Getting Marketo reports to match SFDC reports can sometimes be difficult - you have to find the discrepancies in order to make sure the reporting is working as intended. Territory updates sometimes take a long time in Marketo.,Yes,9,9,9,7,SFDC,Not for now.,File import/export API (e.g. SOAP or REST),8,Mass updating in SFDC can backlog the sync between SFDC and Marketo. Any mass updating should be done at the end of the day or later.,9,They are pretty tough when it comes to negotiating free Marketo University training at the Marketo User Summit. We have negotiated free passes to their User Summit, but no discounted training. We have also negotiated a discount for the Revenue Cycle Analytics module one year, but this was because our experience of using it during the first year was unacceptable. The product had a lot of flaws. We think they probably released it too early and then ultimately gave us a discount.,Do not hesitate to reach out when you have a question. They will do whatever it takes to keep you satisfied. Your relationship with the people at Marketo does not end after you purchase the product.,Yes,New features and functionality were available with the latest Sales Insight Release.,No,NoMarketo LOVES its Customers and We Love MarketoLead scoring - allows you to track behavior based on specific web page visits and score by product interest Lead Generation- forms are used to build, use, and implement to draw in anonymous leads and turn them into known leads that you can score and contact down the road Build campaigns and engagement streams- Marketo makes it easy to build campaigns and nurture/engage with your customer throughout the product life cycle. Drag and Drop functionality- easy to build campaigns, associate costs, connect with webinar adapters, etc. You do not need an IT background to run this tool.,Analytics are a little limited in their ability to pull the needed information. Often times I use mutliple tools to get the information I need. Reports/lists/etc. can take a while to run... needs faster processing time (though I hear this is a work in progress).,10,New member leads by acquisition program and the cost to acquire new leads The number of anonymous leads vs. known leads over time and the cost to accumulate these,,250,000 to 1 million,10,3,Lead generation Lead scoring Product Scoring Product Applications New member acquisition by programs New member cost,Initially, we never planned to use the system to segment out users who speak different languages so that we could target emails based on region and language, but now we send separate Spanish-translated emails to customers in Spanish speaking countries. Marketo has social add-on buttons that make sharing things via Social networks (Facebook, Twitter) incredibly easy. You are also able to see who shares your information with other users. In 2010 when we first started using Marketo, we weren't even thinking about the social aspect of the system. The GoToWebinar adapter that Marketo added in 2012 was a great addition- we now can have all webinar registrants fill out Marketo forms, rather than GoToWebinar forms, to participate in webinars. This streamlines the process and allows us to score points much easier since everything is running from one system.,Down the road we may integrate with a translation service of some sort to even further translate emails into various languages based on user preferences- right now we use in-house translators to do any translation services, and advanced segmentation to send the proper emails to the proper users. We are just getting started with engagement streams (helps move customers through early, mid, late stage cycles during the buying process). Once a customers has exhausted all content from a certain engagement stream (say it's beginner stage) and they hit a set threshold (you set the threshold- let's say it's 'views 7 web pages in 1 week) they move into the mid-buying stage engagement stream (content catered to late-stage buyers). This has a lot of potential, we just need to generate and segment all of the content that we would like to use!,10,Yes,Price Product Features Product Usability,As you increase your knowledge of automation systems you know better which questions to ask. I would still base it on the same questions and factors, but I would look harder into the learning curve for using the system, ease of the user interface and reporting. I would still choose Marketo though!,Implemented in-house,9,Online training In-person training,9,10,10,No,9,Yes,Drag and drop functionality for targeting lists based on filters, for creating landing pages and forms, and email creation.,The most difficult part about using Marketo is knowing how you are using your fields and data in SalesForce. Because we have everything flowing back and forth and our Sales team mainly uses Marketo, you must have a great understanding of how they are using SF contact/lead objects in order to pull the right fields for Marketo forms, scoring, etc. For maximum effectiveness, have your Marketo admin work closely with the sales team and SF admin and get a great understanding of that system before pulling and targeting lists in SF. This was very effective for us!,Yes,9,10,8,SalesForce,Google Analytics,Again, I wasn't involved so I will not comment.
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December 15, 2016

Review: "Marketo helps us get more/better leads!"

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We have never had Marketo not be up and running for us.
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March 30, 2016

Marketo Review: "Strong enough for IT, but made for a Marketer"

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Marketo has never been unavailable that I've seen other than regularly scheduled maintenance which is announced in advance.
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June 07, 2016

Marketo Review: "Nurtures Great, Reports Clunky"

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Marketo provides different way and abilities to connect. If you are having product support or unexplained errors you can get someone on Marketo support 24 hours a day. One of Marketo's greatest assets in my opinion however would be the community. Often times our company is just looking for case success stories from someone else. In the community you can search for problems you are currently facing and see others having the same issue and solutions for those issues. If not, you can pose a question to the whole community and champions of the product and others can chime in to provide suggestions to fix your needs. The community is truly a 24/7 place to get your answers quickly.
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November 17, 2015

Marketo Review: "Highly intuitive."

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9
There are performance issues that make it seem like it's down sometimes. The backlog of campaign triggers etc. can be a real issue. The issue is probably more around performance than uptime.
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November 05, 2015

Review: "Marketo LOVES its Customers and We Love Marketo"

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10
This is literally never an issue.
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June 19, 2015

Marketo Review: "Awesome. Salesforce integration very easy."

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We've never had a problem.
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June 19, 2015

Marketo Review: "Sales team loves Sales Insight module."

Score 7 out of 10
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10
It has never gone down.
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March 23, 2015

Marketo Review: "The best solution out there"

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10
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November 13, 2013

Review: "Selected Marketo for strong Salesforce integration."

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10
Never experienced any downtime.
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February 21, 2013

Marketo Review: "Good product, but don't be blinded by vendor marketing."

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8
They have a page where they cover up-time. It has been generally quite good.
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December 21, 2012

Marketo Review: "Issue with lack of reporting from Sales Insight"

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10
No issues
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November 30, 2012

Marketo Review: "Love ability to clone existing programs."

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10
I don't remember Marketo ever being down.
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March 19, 2013

Marketo Review: "Does what it's supposed to do well."

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8
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November 12, 2012

Marketo Review: "Major problem with email editor."

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9
• Generally, uptime is good.
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November 09, 2012

Marketo Review: "Expensive, but works well."

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It's been pretty reliable.
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October 23, 2012

Marketo Review: "Switched from Eloqua and very glad we did."

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October 16, 2012

Marketo Review: "Revenue Optimizer module should be included!"

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9
I cannot think of any serious outages.
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November 26, 2012

Marketo Review: "Struggle with analytics."

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9
I have never had a problem with it being down or slow.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

WYSIWYG email editor (477)
7.4
Dynamic content (448)
7.5
Ability to test dynamic content (439)
7.3
Landing pages (493)
7.4
A/B testing (466)
7.4
Mobile optimization (455)
7.2
Email deliverability (502)
8.1
List management (503)
8.6
Triggered drip sequences (445)
8.6
Lead nurturing (495)
8.6
Lead scoring and grading (479)
8.4
Data quality management (479)
7.7
Automated sales alerts and tasks (458)
8.4
Calendaring (378)
6.6
Event/webinar marketing (444)
8.1
Social sharing and campaigns (273)
7.0
Social profile integration (253)
6.8
Dashboards (456)
6.8
Standard reports (491)
7.2
Custom reports (464)
6.8
API (416)
7.9
Role-based workflow & approvals (361)
7.7
Customizability (445)
7.8
Integration with Salesforce.com (431)
8.9
Integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM (111)
7.7
Integration with SugarCRM (72)
7.0

About Marketo

Marketo is a leading marketing automation platform with a range of capabilities for small and medium businesses and large enterprises, across various industries. Some common features include email marketing, nurturing, SEO, landing pages, scoring, and analytics while other editions offer advanced features such as website personalization, mobile engagement, social and web retargeting. Typical customers include both B2C and B2B brands of all sizes.

Marketo Features

Has featureAttract - Your potential customers are out there researching solutions. Help them find and learn about yours more easily.
Has featureEngage - Easily build automated campaigns that engage prospects in a personalized way, without help from IT.
Has featureDrive Revenue - Convert more potential buyers into customers by triggering a relevant message at exactly the right time.
Has featureMeasure and Optimize - Move beyond opens and clicks. Quickly determine how each of your campaigns and channels impact revenue.

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Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
Entry-level set up fee?Optional
EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Spark$895per month up to 10,000 records
Standard$1,795per month up to 10,000 records
Select$3,195per month up to 10,000 records

For the Enterprise edition, contact Marketo for a custom quote.

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Marketo Technical Details

Deployment Types:SaaS
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Mobile Application:Apple iOS