Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
BedrockMission!

Learn More

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Landing page for email permissions - Best practice and ressources?

Avatar

Avatar
Level 1
SorenDahk
Level 1

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

2 posts

Correct Reply

0 solutions
View profile

Avatar
Level 1
SorenDahk
Level 1

Likes

0 likes

Total Posts

2 posts

Correct Reply

0 solutions
View profile
SorenDahk
Level 1

29-04-2021

Hello! 


I am looking into developing a landing page for capturing email adresses for use in lead activities in ACC. The site will be accessed from external pages so it can potentially be known as well as unknown visitors. 

I am struggling a bit with how to best go about this and how to get started with this task. 

So far I've looked at JSSP as an option as well as simply looking at the site builder. But I am a bit in doubt when it comes to identifying knwon/unknown users and best way of subscribing them to the relevant permission. 

Any help very much appreciated!  

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Avatar

Avatar
Contributor
Level 4
stefanm38281801
Level 4

Likes

43 likes

Total Posts

51 posts

Correct Reply

2 solutions
Top badges earned
Contributor
Shape 1
Give Back 5
Give Back 3
Give Back
View profile

Avatar
Contributor
Level 4
stefanm38281801
Level 4

Likes

43 likes

Total Posts

51 posts

Correct Reply

2 solutions
Top badges earned
Contributor
Shape 1
Give Back 5
Give Back 3
Give Back
View profile
stefanm38281801
Level 4

04-05-2021

Hi,

 

you probably have looked already to https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/campaign-classic/using/designing-content/web-forms/use-cases...

1) best solution if you can iframe the form:

Using a web form on the Campaign instance gives you the advantage of using the internal object models and calls for creating/updating recipients, managing subscriptions, etc..

The storage activity in a web form flow can execute the reconciliation and can either create or update the recipient.

And learn by example: the "Register recipients" in Resources/Online/Web applications is a good start. 

 

2) if the form must be web native:

The alternative is hosting your own webpage on e.g. your website and communicate via the API, which is natively SOAP. If you don't like SOAP, a JSSP accepting Rest, and internally mitigating the calls to the internal API methods is a solution... 

If you have the AEM integration package running, the amcSubscribe an amcUnsubscribe JSSP pages are valid examples to examine. But you need some expertise to follow this route.

Answers (0)