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Language Preference

Posted by millertimeatl Sep 30, 2013

How do you determine language preference?  Do you determine language based upon country?  Do you have a process in place to allow the user to determine?  If so, what does that look like

We had a requirement where we wanted to insert Degree symbol in subject of an email. This applies to E9 or E10.

 

At first I wasn't sure how to get this setup in Eloqua, exploring all options.

 

  • Directly inserting a code in Subject line (Example 360 #186).
  • Field merge.
  • Static content
  • Dynamic content

 

 

So for E10 (Fortunately)

 

Option 1:  Here are few steps:

 

  1. Use Firefox to get started and login into Eloqua, Chrome will not work properly.
  2. Create a dynamic content, name it according to your character.
  3. Choose the default content, click Full and click Full, and click Src.
  4. Insert the special character code, in our case º
  5. Save and close.
  6. Drag and drop the Dynamic content in subject line
  7. Send a test email for complete test.

 

It will work like a magic.

 

So what about folks on E9, we cannot drag and drop dynamic content in Subject line.

 

Well here's Option 2:

 

(This even works for E10 as well, make sure you test this at least few times)

 

  1. Click on the subject line.
  2. Press and hold "Alt" key on your computer (Yes for Windows only for Mac Use Option)
  3. Press #186 on Numeric keyboard not on the numbers on top of keyboard.
  4. Release "Alt" Key , and wallah, like magic, the symbol will appear.
  5. Send a test email for complete test.

 

For additional list and symbols and their HTML codes visit HTML Symbol Entities Reference , and for keyboard symbols please visit http://symbolcodes.tlt.psu.edu/accents/codealt.html

 

Hope this gets your creative juices flowing.

 

Thank You

Amit Pandya

With the help of sophisticated marketing automation tools, marketers are using the habits & behaviors of their customers, and turning them into robust segmentation. Marketing automation engines like Eloqua, Marketo, Pardot, and ExactTarget (to name a few), can now send a targeted email based on a lead’s digital persona, location, company, CRM data, or buying patterns. When leveraged properly, this is an incredibly powerful asset to a business—assuring the right message gets to the right person, at the right time. However, despite all this large machinery working for us in the cloud, we may be missing one of the simplest ways of targeting customers; asking them what they want they want to hear.

By implementing a subscription center for preference management, you allow your customers to ‘raise their hand’ and choose how they want to be contacted, the frequency of your messages, and what type of content they want to receive from your business. If this is not a part of your current functionality, a subscription center should be in your immediate roadmap.

 

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