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Important: This Cloud Connector/Component will be decommissioned  after March 31st 2017. Please install the replacement app.

What is Social Suite?

 

Eloqua Social Suite is a set of social apps integrated seamlessly into the Eloqua marketing automation platform.  This new feature allows B2B marketers to consider an entirely new dimension – the individual’s social persona – when capturing, tracking and scoring leads. In order to use the applications listed in this document, you will need to have valid accounts.  You will also need to register at cloudconnectors.eloqua.com

 

What is the difference between Appcloud.eloqua.com and Cloudconnectors.eloqua.com?

 

Social Suite Components

This section will be covering Twitter Social Suite Components

 

Twitter

  • Twitter Share – Allow users to share content with their network on Twitter
  • Twitter Favorites – Show off your favorite tweets! Also in real time, this widget will pull in the tweets you’ve starred as favorites.  It’s great for moderation
  • Twitter List – Put your favorite twitter friends into a list and display them.  This tool is helpful for moderation.
  • Twitter Profile – Display your most recent Twitter updates.
  • Twitter Search – Display search results in real time.  This app is ideal for live events, conferences, or relevant news topics.
  • Twitter Social Sign-On - Prompt visitors to sign on with their Facebook account to access your marketing asset.  You can also request additional information such as email address, and then specify the Eloqua form to submit the data once captured

 

Components of the AppCloud

 

Note: Before you begin, make sure you have registered a user account on the Eloqua Cloud connector site and a valid Twitter account.  These instructions will assume that you already have done these steps.

 

Twitter Share

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Twitter Share’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Share.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Twitter Share.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Share1.jpg

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Configure the URL you would like to share or keep it blank if you are sharing the current page.
  • Input your valid Twitter account.
  • Save setting
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Share2.jpg

 

Twitter Favorites

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Twitter Favorites’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Fave.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Twitter Favorites.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Favorites1.jpg

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Configure the Twitter username.  Note, this widget only works for public accounts
  • Input the different formatting configurations you would like your favorites list to display.
  • Save setting.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.  The Twitter Favorites should start refreshing tweets real-time.

 

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Favorites.jpg

 

 

Twitter List

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Twitter List’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter List1.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Twitter List.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter List.jpg

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Configure the Twitter username.  Note, this widget only works for public accounts
  • Input the different formatting configurations you would like your favorites list to display.
  • Save setting.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.  The Twitter List should start refreshing tweets real-time.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter List2.jpg

 

Twitter Profile

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Twitter Profile’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Profile.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Twitter Profile.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Profile1.jpg

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Configure the Twitter username.  Note, this widget only works for public accounts
  • Input the different formatting configurations you would like your favorites list to display.
  • Save setting.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.  The Twitter Profile should start refreshing tweets real-time.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Profile2.jpg

 

Twitter Search

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Twitter Search’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Search.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Twitter Search.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Search1.jpg

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Configure the Twitter search Query (i.e Eloqua).  Enter the title and caption
  • Input the different formatting configurations you would like your list to display.
  • Save setting.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.  The Twitter Profile should start refreshing tweets real-time.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Search2.jpg

 

 

Twitter Social Sign-On

 

What is Social Sign-On?

 

Increase form submits by allowing prospects the option of using their Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn accounts to sign-on and bypass the form.  When configuring the various services, you will have the option to choose what date you want to pull from Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

 

 

 

Prompt your visitors to sing on with their Twitter login to access your marketing assets. To use this feature navigate to your landing page, select the Cloud Components from the left hand toolbar and drag and drop the Twitter Sign-on component onto your page.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Sign ON1.jpg

 

Double click on the component on the page to set up the credentials for the twitter sign-on, you will be asked to login to the cloudcomponents.eloqua.com site.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Sign ON2.jpg

 

This will bring you into a page to specify all the setup options for Twitter Sign-on, the credentials you entered on the previous page will be carried through (DB, username, admin email address etc). From this page you are able to modify the appearance of the component, add custom css, select the form you wish the visitor to fill out to gain access to the marketing asset and map the fields you wish to store the collected information in (in this case we are requesting email address and storing it in the email address field of the contact).

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Sign ON3.jpg

 

Save the settings and return to the landing page, we can now select the Sign on with Twitter button.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Sign ON4.jpg

 

Which will bring us into the twitter sign-on page

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Sign ON5.jpg

 

Once you login you will be brought to the form you defined earlier in the setup where you asked for the email address to access the marketing asset.

 

SocialDoc - Twitter Sign ON6.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important: This Cloud Connector/Component will be decommissioned  after March 31st 2017. Please install the replacement app.

 

What is Social Suite?

 

Eloqua Social Suite is a set of social apps integrated seamlessly into the Eloqua marketing automation platform.  This new feature allows B2B marketers to consider an entirely new dimension – the individual’s social persona – when capturing, tracking and scoring leads. In order to use the applications listed in this document, you will need to have valid accounts.  You will also need to register at cloudconnectors.eloqua.com

 

What is the difference between Appcloud.eloqua.com andCloudconnectors.eloqua.com?

 

Social Suite Components

This section will be covering Facebook Social Suite Components

 

Facebook

  • Facebook Activity Feed – Show users what their friends are doing on your site through likes and comments.
  • Facebook Friend – Display the Facebook profile pictures of users who have like your page or have signed up for your site.
  • Facebook Like – Enable users to like your Facebook Page and view its stream directly from your website.
  • Facebook Recommendations – Give users personalized suggestions for pages on your site they might like.
  • Facebook Register - Prompt visitors to sign on with their Facebook account to access your marketing asset. You can also request additional information such as email address, and then specify the Eloqua form to submit the data once captured

 

Components of the AppCloud

 

Note: Before you begin, make sure you have registered a user account on the Eloqua Cloud connector site and a Facebook App ID using these instructions.  These instructions will assume that you already have done these steps.

 

 

Facebook Activity Feed

 

To get started, access Assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Activity Feed’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Activity Feed2.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your activity feed.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Activity Feed3.jpg

 

The configuration will allow you to:

  • Input admin email address
  • Showcase domain specific activities
  • Adjust the look and feel of the activity feed
  • Input tracking code to your activity feed

 

Once you have completed the configuration, save settings.  You may preview the activity feed before implementing to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Activity Feed4.jpg

Facebook Friend (Friend Display)

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Friend Display’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Activity Feed5.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your friend display.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Activity Feed6.jpg

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator
  • Now, enter the URL that you will be showcasing to display the friend status update.

 

Save your Landing Page before previewing it.

 

 

Facebook Like

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Like Button’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Like3.jpg

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Facebook Like.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Like4.jpg

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Now, enter the URL that visitors will ‘Like’.  This is the URL that will be displayed on their status update.
  • Next you have the option of using Eloqua’s Cloud Connector Facebook App ID or one you have registered.  Entering your own App ID information will display a prompt from Facebook that states “(your Company Name) is requesting access to your information.” When requesting information from a prospect.
  • Then you have the option of choosing whether to display a Send button next to the Like button.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it; you might need to resize the component to ensure it isn’t truncating the Facebook prompt.

 

 

Facebook Like Box

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Like Box’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook LikeBox.jpg

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Facebook Like Box.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook LikeBox1.jpg

 

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Now, enter the URL that visitors will ‘Like’.  This is the URL that will be displayed on their status update.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it

 

SocialDoc - Facebook LikeBox2.jpg

 

 

Facebook Live Stream

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Live Stream’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook LiveStream.jpg

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Facebook Live Stream.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook LiveStream1.jpg

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Next you have the option of using Eloqua’s Cloud Connector Facebook App ID or one you have registered.  Entering your own App ID information will display a prompt from Facebook that states “(your Company Name) is requesting access to your information.” When requesting information from a prospect.
  • Configure the number of streams you would like to have on one page and if you have campaign tracking, insert the attribution URL as well.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it

 

 

Facebook Recommendations

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Recommendations’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Recommendations.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Facebook Recommendations.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Recommendations1.jpg

 

  • Start the configuration by entering the email address for your Eloqua administrator.
  • Now, enter the URL you would like visitors to see the recommendations.  This is the URL that will be displayed on the Activity Feed Setup
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Recommendations2.jpg

 

Facebook Register (Facebook Social Sign-On)

 

What is Social Sign-On?

 

Increase form submits by allowing prospects the option of using their Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn accounts to sign-on and bypass the form.  When configuring the various services, you will have the option to choose what date you want to pull from Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

 

Note – Before you begin,  make sure the ‘Facebook Register’ component has been enabled in your Cloud Component setup screen.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Register.jpg

 

  • Input your company name
  • Then, input your user or the user with the API access and apply the password as well.

If successful, you will be taken to the Facebook Register configuration page.

 

To get started, access assets and create a new landing page.

Assets > Landing Pages > Create a Landing Page > Cloud Components

Find ‘Facebook Register’ in the search box and drag to the landing page.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Register5.jpg

 

By double-clicking on the feed, you will access the Cloud Connector configuration screen to configure your Facebook Register.  Note – you MUST have an API enabled account in order to modify the configuration.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Register1.jpg

 

  • The Eloqua information is already pre-populated for you.  If not, enter your Eloqua login credentials into the first three fields, and an email address in the fourth field before hitting the Save Settings button. This will connect to your database and pull in a list of the forms you have already created.
  • There are options to add new fields for the Facebook Registration form.  You can add these fields by selecting the “+” button under the Facebook Registration Field module

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Register2.jpg

  • Select the corresponding Eloqua form if you would like to store that information to Eloqua as well.
  • After selecting the form, you want to make sure that you are field mapping the Facebook Registration fields to the Eloqua form HTML field

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Register3.jpg

 

  • Be sure that the form submit mode is set to Production before saving your work.
  • Save the settings after modification.
  • Save your Landing Page before previewing it.

 

SocialDoc - Facebook Register4.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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