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Courtney Grimes profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Flexibility of use - compared to other marketing automation platforms, Marketo is fairly open-ended in how a user can approach a business problem and tackle it. This can be both a positive and negative attribute based on a team's digital skills, however.
  • Marketer control - Marketo is the only platform I have worked with that can be set up to delegate creative control and asset creation to a marketing department without needing much handle-holding from technical users: marketers can create professional-looking emails, landing pages, forms, and campaigns without much asisstance after an inital ramp-up period. The setup is also quite flexible, allowing marketers to take creative liberties as desired.
  • Sales enablement - The sharing of messaging, ranked prospect lists, information on prospect behavior and other parts of the Marketo Sales Insight platform are second to none.
  • Integrations - From a developer's point of view, working with Marketo is more straightforward than other marketing automation platforms, something reflected both in work built directly for a company and the wide variety of platforms that integrate with Marketo.
  • Reporting - Although Marketo reports can answer surface questions and some canned concepts, drilling down and customizing reports is still problematic and is best served through big data and BI visualization.
  • Maintenance - The system is not very forgiving for non-technical users working at scale and often requires intervention as performance degrades over time.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo is very simple to learn and affords quick time to value and a simple UI for those that are used to less capable or more tech-reliant competitor platforms.
  • Marketo plays very well with Salesforce CRM in my experience, but be cautious with how you customize your Salesforce data model or architecture, as those decisions can have implications for Marketo.
  • Smart campaigns and smart lists are an invaluable resource. They're like mini workflows at your fingertips, requiring no SQL or coding language. Just drag and drop; the possibilities are nearly endless! Example: In an email send campaign, drag and drop a step to exclude customers that have previously received an email related to a different campaign. The platform will recognize these leads in real time and remove them from the flow. It sounds elementary, but from experience, it is not easy, or not possible, to do things like that in other platforms.
  • Little or no reliance on IT for support. Marketo allows Marketers and ops team members to administer the tool without needing developers.
  • Marketo Sales Insight - I don't know where we'd be without this! Our organization relies on it heavily to send nicely-formatted templated emails to sales prospects, and quickly remind prospects of events and webinars of interest to them with just a few clicks from the sales owner.
  • As easy as the UI is to use, it is a little dated. The good news is Marketo Sky UI is just around the corner and available in certain areas of the tool today.
  • Analytics and reporting areas are very B2B centric, requiring workarounds for B2C applications. It's also a little slow loading, but that is on the roadmap to be improved in the coming year.
  • The REST API will turn away certain kinds of posts with an error code; an example is a lead post where there are already existing duplicates with a matching email address in the database that drives a 1007 error and the data is not captured. I think it would be nice if the data would go to a staging table or something, just so it lands somewhere within the platform so admins could debug and mitigate issues.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • With the robust logic capabilities, you can pretty much design your nurturing and lead management framework to function in any way you need it to. So it's a very scalable platform.
  • Integration with SFDC is pretty seamless. The bi-directional sync of data between platforms happens every 5 minutes or so.
  • I've worked at multiple companies that use Marketo, and in all cases our sales reps were huge fans of the visibility Marketo Sales Insight provides them. When added to the page layouts in SFDC the reps can view a feed of a lead's website activity, email activity, scoring changes, and "interesting moments" (which are customizable and show key activity that we deem note-worthy).
  • The robustness of the platform means that if you start using Marketo without a well thought-out strategy, you may not get the return you're hoping for. The reports and functionality that are often shown in Marketo's product demos and webinars are great, but for those to work properly an overall architecture and governance really need to be in place. Also, if your business plans to make an investment in Marketo, definitely be sure you have people (or are able to hire people) who will be able to support it.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Very robust workflow capability, with extremely flexible filtering and numerous options to enable almost any business scenario.
  • Tight integration with SFDC with visibility into standard and custom objects and good campaign integration.
  • Extensive use of tokens to quickly create and manage highly customized programs.
  • New! Email and landing page editor updates provide extremely user-friendly and customizable asset creation toolset.
  • The default analytics module is a bit inflexible; existing reports are adequate but customizing them to answer the questions you want answered is often difficult and generally requires pulling a multitude of time-consuming smart lists or access to the more expensive Revenue Cycle Analytics module. Again however, this is something that is actively being improved by product management.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo's token functionality is excellent for reducing workload and eliminating repetition.
  • Marketo's integration with SFDC has been seamless for us with no technical debt.
  • Marketo's web activity reports have been a big hit with our executive team to showcase who we're bringing in from our target market.
  • Marketo's visual reporting is awful. We've defaulted to Salesforce because Marketo's out of the box reporting is so limited without a big upsell
  • The UI is lagging behind competitors, as is sorting and searching assets. Hoping the new UI that's been announced addresses this.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Lets you look at and segment leads from a very macro to a very granular level
  • Lets you create very complex engagement programs
  • Lets you send trigger emails on very specific criteria
  • The WYSIWYG email editing function is terrible. Marketo always adds a bunch of tags that break the code that I slave over in Litmus
  • The inability to schedule emails to send in the recipient's time zone is a HUGE issue
  • Not being able to edit Email Program campaign limits makes that function completely unusable.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Flexibility - It has a lot to offer, but you don't have to have it all. There are a lot of integrations that allow you to set up your MarTech environment however you want.
  • Usability - Marketo is pretty straightforward to use, and there are a lot of resource documents and community available to help mitigate any issues a user might have.
  • Comprehensive - There's a huge range of features that Marketo has built into it that can be bolted on. I accept there are other tools out there there that do "more", but Marketo's features are comprehensive and operate in a local environment.
  • Support - Marketo's support feature and team are fantastic. They've always been willing and able to help with simple and complex queries in a highly professional manner. The Marketo Community backs this up - with both Marketo Support and Marketo Experts providing insight and responses to queries.
  • Landing Pages - The Landing Page editor is a little clunky. It was built prior to the email template builder which has more functionality that it could take to be improved.
  • Analytics - Marketo's default reporting is very simple and tactical. For more detailed reporting there is a paid add-on you can rely on to pull through meatier results.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • It's very easy to see lead acquisition from multiple sources with ROI, so it can be calculated where marketing budget is best spent
  • Engagement streams are easy to build, with multiple if -> then conditions built into a stream for easy segmentation, getting the right message to the right person at the right time
  • There's a massive amount of partners and integrations available - if there's something you want to do that isn't baked in, there's probably a provider that has a software for that
  • Marketo's Revenue Explorer dashboard has a built in cost per new name tracking, also easily divisible by program, for easy deciding.
  • The ability to segment users by any combinations of fields is intuitive for emailing, syncing to an ad partner, or just viewing who you have in your database.
  • There's a bit of a learning curve. Without significant training, even an experienced marketer might stumble around a bit. There's a lot of different ways to do one thing, but it's not always clear what best practices or implications may be for one way over another.
  • There doesn't appear to be an easy baked-in way to de-duplicate records (though it can only send out one email to duplicates). That's something we're dealing with now and may have to use a third party.
  • The ideal would be some direct integration into ad platforms - if it's there, I don't know it.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo provides us with a quick tool for creating forms and LP's.
  • We track open/click rates.
  • We host a ton of images in Marketo.
  • Marketo can run a bit slow across the organization
  • The interface is a bit clunky, and not very user intuitive
  • The WYSIWYG is not very good
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • User tracking from lead through to sale
  • Creating automated marketing campaigns with full analytics
  • Integrating with different SaaS applications - they make it easy!
  • Hard to get everything set up and requires lots of "tribal" knowledge
  • Support is okay at best, takes too long to get a response
  • UI is average, could use an update
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Score 8 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo's flexibility is where it excels. The architecture and interface have a learning curve, but Marketo gives the end user a lot of power to set up campaigns or flows exactly how they need it. I have used many competing products and none are as flexible.
  • Marketo's token and custom fields implementation is mature and powerful. Many competitors fall short in this department. Tokens and custom fields can be used extensively in flows and segments, creating almost endless possibilities.
  • Marketo's 3rd-party integration are well thought out and maintained consistently. Integrations I have utilized include Salesforce and GoToWebinar. Both integrations worked great and enabled a lot of productivity and automation.
  • The segmentation engine is very powerful. Many other services have limits or restrictions on how you can segment your users or what filters you can use. Marketo is incredibly flexible in this regard. I have never ran into an issue where we couldn't build a segment we needed.
  • The interface, including querying members of segments, can be very slow. Sometimes queries can run for over 10 minutes with no useful indication of status. Sometimes the query fails and I have to reload. In the past, it caused us to miss target campaign send times. Currently, the email team tries to account for this issue when implementing and executing campaigns.
  • The documentation can be very poor. Marketo is a VERY technical and complicated service. While the documentation has different guides for different skill levels, overall reference material can be really lacking. Some parts of the REST API also have undocumented behavior. The community and forums can be a useful substitute. However, it can be very slow searching through that content.
  • I'm not a fan of Marketo's interface and visual aesthetics. It looks much less modern and professional when compared to most competitors.
  • Their SEO keyword tracking feature feels underpowered compared to many services dedicated to SEO tracking. I do not depend on it and use other services for keyword tracking.
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August 20, 2019

Highly intuitive.

Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • 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.
  • Marketo has a great native integration with SFDC. It's easy to set-up and troubleshoot if an issue arises.
  • 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. 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 when we work with clients with large databases.
  • It would be nice to be able to assign priorities to smart campaigns to help control race conditions.
  • 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.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo's integration with Salesforce is second to none and lightning fast. This is absolutely critical when processing Leads, Contacts and Campaigns, maintaining accurate data and ensuring transparency,
  • Marketo has made it really simple to scale the creation of marketing programs and assets. With features like tokens and the ability to clone, hours of work is saved by the average marketer.
  • Marketo's user community is the best. There are so many people willing to help, from answering basic questions to sharing advanced solutions that push Marketo to the limits.
  • Marketo's partner ecosystem makes for an incredibly smooth integration with our entire marketing tech stack.
  • Marketo documentation does not stress enough how to set up and maintain a best-practice instance. For example, many key features that are required for reporting are not clearly prioritized over other features.
  • Marketo's reports still leave a bit to be desired. It can be tough to give someone all the information they would like in one snap shot, or even in one consistent format.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo is easy to use.
  • Marketo grows with your business. The more you need from marketing automation, the more benefits you find within Marketo.
  • Marketo comes with a community to help you get the most out of your marketing automation system.
  • The ability to combine/join reports.
  • Auto archive campaigns that haven't been used in 12+ months.
  • Hyperlink an image upon uploading.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Reporting and analytics provide excellent insight into our funnel.
  • Marketo Community is a wealth of knowledge.
  • Customer service is quick and helpful.
  • Marketo's annual summit is a wealth of knowledge and excellent for networking.
  • Event campaigns are super easy to use and integrate with webinar providers. We specifically use ON24 and have been able to implement custom object for easy status syncs.
  • Reporting dashboards are pretty generic. If you want real insight into your reporting the dashboard is not helpful and seems fruitless.
  • Database tiers are set up very broadly. I think it jumps from 50K to 100K. It would be nice to have the option of 75K.
  • Customer service has declined in quality over the years. Be prepared to troubleshoot your problems.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Schedule regular reports to be sent via email. Report on areas such as 1. email opens, clicks, and unsubscribes; 2. lead status changes; 3. leads with high web activity; more.
  • Database segmentation for targeted messaging.
  • Campaign metrics: leads acquired, revenue attribution.
  • Marekto does have reporting functionality but I wish it was more robust.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Platform usability, it is made for the marketer, not the developer or IT. Items are easily found, drag and drop interface along with centrally located assets.
  • Connects well with other platforms and has a great partner ecosystem.
  • Allows marketers to be empowered with data to reflect attribution to sales through holistic reporting across the buyer's journey.
  • Marketo has come along way with their email templates, the modular aspect is wonderful. If only it could be applied in a similar manner to the landing page template.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • There is a learning curve, but that is true of any advanced system. Once you get the hang of it, everything in Marketo is really easy. There is one set of principles to learn, and everything works that way, from sending an email blast to setting up advanced reporting.
  • The integration with Salesforce is very strong, it provides many opportunities for insight and reporting and it is very helpful in closing the gap between marketing and sales.
  • I have used other marketing automation platforms and was impressed by how streamlined Marketo's solutions are, compared to its competitors.
  • Modular email templates could be offered as part of the platform
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Engagement programs are just awesome. You set up the streams once and then you just add content. No hassle. No headache on how to deliver existing content to new members.
  • Snippets. Now we don't need to create a bunch of landing pages for different languages/segments/etc. Marketo automatically puts the relevant content to appropriate blocks within a single asset. Too bad this is not available for forms.
  • Activity log. Much. Much. Much. Better than in competitives.
  • And yes, integration with Salesforce is simply the best.
  • Too bad there are no snippets for forms. It forces us creating different forms on different languages.
  • Week audit trail: Inconsistent information about template vs landing page itself. You CAN see who created/edited landing page template, but you can NOT see who created/edited web page. Same thing for emails. No way to see who exactly changed field value. No way to set permissions on user level, just roles. Look at Salesforce, they do it right
  • Template editor is super inconvenient. You can't see code vs visual side by side. If you're in the middle of editing code and you want to see how it's transformed to visual, you have to go though a cumbersome process of click preview - wait till page loaded - open the code page again - find where you were when you clicked preview.
  • This just drives our (very loyal) webmasters crazy. We've got to fix this.
  • Overall usability is less impressive than with competitive solutions.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Marketo is amazing in it's flexibility. My ability to build campaigns that are watching the actions of our audience, or changes to their CRM record, and can design targeted actions, scores, or campaigns to deploy based on those changes is unlike any other platform I've used.
  • Marketo manages to be extremely flexible and detailed, while keeping the general user interface simple and straightforward.
  • Script tokens are an absolutely fantastic layer to Marketo, which allows us to do more detailed personalized content based on several rules or conditions for each lead record.
  • I with there were more A/B testing and optimization opportunities for landing pages.
  • Drag and drop editing for landing pages that take more of a WYSIWYG approach like Unbound would be fantastic.
  • Reporting on A/B email tests is lack-luster. There's no way to export a campaign member list to dig into which version of the email each lead received to model trends in responder types and A/B email performance.
  • A more visual workflow tool (similar to journey build) could be helpful, even if it's just a planning tool. Writing smart campaigns to manage the directions users go when they are engaging (or not engaging) with a content stream.
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September 06, 2019

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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • There are many ways to accomplish a single task. You can customize workflows and campaigns based on your business needs and accessible data.
  • The Marketo Community - this is often a better resource for me when I have a question than Marketo Support.
  • Email program functionality is intuitive and easy to set up. The wizard walks you through the whole process, including A/B testing and sending an email based on your recipient's time zone.
  • Marketo lets you block field updates. This doesn't seem major but IT IS. Other tools like HubSpot and Pardot don't have this ability. We use this feature to preserve our original lead source values.
  • Marketo Support - I've submitted many tickets over the years and I have never found the support team particularly helpful. They seem more focused on closing tickets versus finding a solution for their customer. I don't find they spend much time explaining why something is the way it is or making sure their customers understand an issue. I've even been given completely false information by Support reps.
  • Reporting - Some reports are not very powerful or intuitive to set up. If you're looking for end to end attribution, you'll probably need to add an additional tool to your martech stack. Caveat, I haven't taken a deeper look at some of the attribution now that Bizible is folded in.
  • I often struggle with the email and landing page editor. Email 2.0 helped, but I think it'd be most useful if Marketo provided a Master template that included all the possible modules. Then the user could re-arrange based on their needs, delete modules they don't need, or clone the ones they do. Then they can create templates and further customize.
  • I find that the site hangs. I'll go to close my Marketo browser tab and I get a warning asking me if I **really** want to leave the page. It makes me nervous every time that whatever I'd just worked on in Marketo wasn't actually saved. I have to close the tab against the browser's better judgement, and then go back in to double check my work had been saved.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Offer insights to the sales team. Sales Insights gives visibility into how leads and customers are interacting with your website, emails, and social. This insight can be extremely valuable to a sales rep when they are prospecting or communicating with prospective customers.
  • Marketo's integration with Salesforce is pretty seamless. It allows easy access to updating lead/contact/account/opportunity information. This frees up our Salesforce admin's time because I am able to update things right out of Marketo.
  • Workflow creation is simple and intuitive.
  • Add new images to an email via the rich text editor, ie have the ability to upload images right from the editor
  • Sync with custom objects in Salesforce. Must upgrade package to do so.
  • No native integration with SugarCRM
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Score 4 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Customize emails
  • Build workflows based on certain trigger criteria and help facilitate a guided path to conversion
  • Basic integrations with salesforce
  • Very limited API functionality
  • Support doesn't seem to understand their own product beyond simple declarative functionality, e.g. APIs
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Score 9 out of 10
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Pros and Cons

  • Smart Campaigns - batch or triggered campaigns that use smart lists and flow steps
  • Segmentation - quickly and easily set up segmentation rules to use across campaigns, lists, and more
  • Integrations - native integrations and custom webhooks/APIs are easily accessible and enable connections to other critical business systems
  • Reporting - there is still room for quite a bit of improvement here which means we're often exporting data and working with it in Excel
  • Custom fields and field types - once a custom field is created, it can only be hidden. If you want to remove it completely, you must contact support. Also, there are no formula fields which makes scoring a bit more cumbersome.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

WYSIWYG email editor (580)
7.1
Dynamic content (558)
7.5
Ability to test dynamic content (544)
7.4
Landing pages (599)
7.0
A/B testing (577)
7.2
Mobile optimization (564)
7.1
Email deliverability (616)
8.2
List management (616)
8.4
Triggered drip sequences (553)
8.2
Lead nurturing (609)
8.2
Lead scoring and grading (591)
8.2
Data quality management (589)
7.8
Automated sales alerts and tasks (567)
7.9
Calendaring (460)
6.6
Event/webinar marketing (543)
7.9
Social sharing and campaigns (340)
6.5
Social profile integration (318)
6.5
Dashboards (571)
7.0
Standard reports (609)
7.2
Custom reports (577)
7.0
API (523)
7.8
Role-based workflow & approvals (450)
7.5
Customizability (548)
7.4
Integration with Salesforce.com (528)
8.2
Integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM (151)
6.5
Integration with SugarCRM (95)
6.0

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.
Categories:  Marketing Automation

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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Pricing

  • 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
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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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