Using Pardot forms to collect data is a brilliant way to collect clean and up-to-date data from your visitors. At Nebula, we have set up hundreds of Pardot forms for our clients and have learned some fantastic tips and tricks along the way.
In this series of blog posts, we share with you some of the best ways to make Pardot forms work better for your business.
This post explains how to use Layout Templates to make Pardot forms fit seamlessly into your website. Read the whole post here
Progressive profiling allows you to collect a full and rich profile of data on your prospects without affecting your form completion rates. Read more in this post
If your forms are mobile-responsive or use progressive or dependent fields, you may find that a fixed-height iframe is impractical. To learn more about using custom scripts to create variable-height iframes, read on here
Pardot form handlers allow you to use existing forms on your site to collect data in Pardot. This allows you to maintain existing styling and back-end processes, such as login access, whilst collecting valuable customer data in Pardot. Read the whole post here
|We hope that you’re inspired to get creative and sophisticated with your Pardot forms. If you need any help getting started with any of these features, feel free to get in touch.|