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Eloqua How To: Scheduling Reports in Eloqua Insight

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So, you are excited about the new Oracle Eloqua Insight powered by OBIEE, you are enjoying the new interface and new reports but haven’t quite figured out how or where to schedule reports. Insight reporting provides you with a single place to analyze data across Oracle Eloqua. To schedule reports in Eloqua Insight, your Eloqua User must have the advance reporting (Eloqua Analyzer) license. All customers now have access to at least five (5) Analyzer licenses. You simply need to submit a support request to gain access. The ability to send reports directly to your inbox on a set schedule…

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How to Use Dynamic Date Ranges in Oracle Eloqua Insight

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Eloqua’s new Insight reporting module may at first seem daunting, but the ability to customize your reports is far greater than what Classic Insight could offer. Watch this video to learn how to use dynamic date ranges when you build custom reports. Visit our blog for more “Tegrita Tuesday Tips in Two” where we share two-minute “How To” and proven practice videos to provide you with valuable information on how to use your Eloqua or Responsys marketing automation platforms.

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Show & Tell: How to Use Timers in Responsys Programs

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Oracle Responsys is a leading marketing automation system that is built around the concept of being able to design complex multi-channel campaigns. This is accomplished using a simple-but-robust “drag and drop” system to place campaign steps on a program canvas. Along with the powerful program entry steps, decision steps and action steps, you will find the often-under-appreciated Timer step.   Timers allow you to separate steps in a campaign by telling the program to “pause” – either for a specified length of time, until a specific date/time, or in advanced cases, until a pre-defined action occurs. Without timers to control…

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Tegrita Tuesday Tips in Two – Setting Campaign Fields for Reporting

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Eloqua Campaign Fields are used to provide additional metadata related to your campaigns, primarily for reporting purposes. These fields can be free-form text fields or picklists. Watch the video to learn how to configure the campaign fields and where the settings are. Visit our blog for more “Tegrita Tuesday Tips in Two” where we share two-minute “How To” and proven practice videos to provide you with valuable information on how to use your Eloqua or Responsys marketing automation platforms.

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Creating Profile Extension and Supplemental Data Tables For Storing Data

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Oracle Responsys can hold a lot of data. To get the most out of this powerful system, you need to be strategic about where all the data is stored. Your primary demographic data will be held in a List (for example, the !MasterList). Additional data is stored in two other types of tables: Profile Extension Tables (PETs) and Supplemental Tables (SUPs). To prevent confusion between these two types, here’s quick guide. PETs (Profile Extension Tables) PETs are used to extend the data held within a List. For the most part, this will be contact information related to a record, but…

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How to Track Custom URLs with Query String Values

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This video looks at tracking URLs with custom Query String values. It is similar to our previous video about tracking URLs with a custom portion of the path. The difference here is that the format of the URL is different (http://google.com?q=dynamic_value as opposed to http://google.com/path1/dynamic_value). The solution lies in using Eloqua’s Redirect Link capabilities.

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Solving for Tracking Clickthroughs to a Dynamic URL

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In this “How To” video we explore a common problem whereby we want to track clickthroughs to a dynamic URL within Eloqua. Normally this would be done with a tracked link. However, in some cases using a tracked URL is not feasible, especially when the format of the URL is path based like: http://google.com/path1/dynamic_value, where dynamic_value is something stored on a field in Eloqua. Here we see two possible solutions to this problem.

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Creating Custom Objects to Track Form Submissions

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Custom Objects are one of the more powerful tools in Eloqua – they open the door to all kinds of interesting and useful capabilities.  While Custom Objects have multiple use cases, the focus of this blog post will be on one of the most common uses – capturing data from a form submit. A Custom Object (commonly referred to as a “CDO”) is a simple table, like one you might create in Word or in Excel.  A CDO has columns, which you define when you set up the object, and rows, which can be added using a variety of methods…

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Tegrita Tuesday Tips in Two – Error Routing

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Without applying Error Routing to a “send email” step in Oracle Eloqua, contacts who are excluded from that email send will be stuck at that step until the campaign concludes. Learn how to configure error routing. Visit our blog for more “Tegrita Tuesday Tips in Two” where we will share two-minute “How To” and proven practice videos to provide you with valuable information on how to use your Eloqua or Responsys marketing automation platforms.

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