Utilize the CloudPages builder in Marketing Cloud Engagement to effortlessly publish targeted marketing content across multiple channels.

CloudPages, a feature within Salesforce Marketing Cloud, offers drag-and-drop tools and pre-built templates for creating and publishing landing pages, preference center pages, and more.

Salesforce Marketing Cloud empowers efficient marketing processes and streamlined customer relationship management. It enables the creation of customer profiles and tracking of interactions across various channels, including email, social media, and web interactions.

CloudPages facilitates the automatic saving of Smart Capture block data, addition of default content versions to multiple destinations, and the design and preview of content in the audience’s format.

For customer experience, CloudPages ensures a seamless process where prospects view and convert on pages using capture forms, with their data instantly updated in relevant Data Extensions. They are efficiently added to Journey Builder flows and receive tailored marketing communications promptly.

Organize information for specific destinations, such as landing pages or microsites, with a Cloud Pages collection. Landing pages, created with Cloud Pages, can include custom forms with Ampscript and can be embedded in emails and websites.

CloudPages smart capture forms can be used as a Journey Builder Entry Event. The difference between landing pages and CloudPages lies in CloudPages being an application within Marketing Cloud that can publish to various destinations, including Landing Pages.

Marketing Cloud Engagement, with the inclusion of Cloud Pages, aids in conversions by providing a drag-and-drop interface for easy creation of landing pages, eliminating the need for complex coding.

To create a landing page in Marketing Cloud, navigate to Web Studio > Cloud Pages, create a new collection, and within it, click ‘Create’ and select ‘Landing Page.’

Building CloudPages is user-friendly, featuring a drag-and-drop interface with templated layouts, content blocks, and dynamic content options. It allows easy insertion of text, images, buttons, forms, and more.

Salesforce Marketing Cloud differs from Pardot, with Pardot being closely integrated with sales on the Salesforce core platform, while Marketing Cloud operates as a separate application.

Landing pages are still crucial, as research indicates that businesses with more landing pages tend to experience higher conversion rates. The term “landing page” refers to a campaign-specific page with a single call to action and no website navigation.

Insider tips for using Cloud Pages include making content relevant with Dynamic Content blocks, avoiding information overload, ensuring mobile-friendliness, and experimenting with different page versions for optimal performance.

Content updated September 2023.

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