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Emailing Lead Capture URLs with Oracle Eloqua
Emailing Lead Capture URLs with Oracle Eloqua

Learn how to track Oracle Eloqua contacts in Turtl analytics

Kristi Eddy avatar
Written by Kristi Eddy
Updated over a week ago

Turtl can be combined with Oracle Eloqua to provide insight into how each individual reader is consuming your content. To do this, you will need to first configure the Oracle Eloqua integration and then send each reader their own lead capture URL (previously known as PURL - personalized URL) for your content.

1. Ensure Oracle Eloqua integration is configured for your account

This can be done by following our guide. If you are unsure or need help, please speak to your Customer Success Manager.

2. Create your email in Oracle Eloqua

Use the standard Oracle Eloqua email creation tools to design your email as normal.

3. Build your merge tag

Turtl supports Oracle Eloqua reader tracking on the email address, external ID or contact ID properties. However, we recommend using contact ID for this task.

If you haven't already, you will need to create a merge tag for your chosen property by following Oracle Eloqua's guide here.

When you come to add a link to your content, click the link option and insert your URL as usual, but add the following to the end of the URL
​ ?lead[store]=eloqua&lead[id]= 

Now place your cursor at the end of this URL in the HTML pane of the email editor and click the Field Merge button:

Select the Field Merge you wish to use for tracking and ensure the resulting Field Merge code is positioned correctly at the end of the URL:

5. Send your email as usual

Select your recipients and send from Oracle Eloqua as usual.

6. Check your Turtl analytics

Once your recipients have started reading your content, they will appear under Known Readers within Turtl analytics.

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