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Oracle Eloqua: Progressive Profiling

Reenu VasnaniReenu Vasnani Posts: 70
edited January 14 in Social Groups

Progressive Profiling allows you to build your Contact profiles by selectively and incrementally requesting key pieces of data from online visitors. This approach ensures that visitors aren't overwhelmed, and makes them more likely to voluntarily complete gaps in their own personal profiles.

Oracle Eloqua has introduced a new, integrated Progressive Profiling feature that enables marketers to configure assets to implement the progressive profiling procedure.


In the newly updated Eloqua 10: Progressive Profiling course, an Oracle University instructor walks you through the steps to set up and use the new progressive profiling field groups functionality. Learn how to create and configure a Form, Landing Page, Email, Query String, Select List, and JavaScript code to implement progressive profiling.

This 3-hour class is intended for advanced Eloqua users. We recommend completion of the Eloqua Master certification and the Eloqua 10: Advanced Editing and Form Processing course prior to attending this class, as well as some in-depth experience working within Eloqua. To view upcoming class sessions for all Eloqua courses, click here.


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  • jthureljthurel Posts: 1 Red Ribbon


    Where can I get the standard javascript code to implement on the landing page to be able to redirect to different thank you pages according to the query string/form name?

    Many thanks

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