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Some insights into the world and language of Marketo Web Personalization.

TermDefinition
Anonymous VisitorA web visitor who never filled out a form or left their details on the website.
Web CampaignA customized reaction associated with a specific segment. With Web Personalization, web campaigns include Dialogs, In Zones and Widgets.
ClickstreamThe visitor's activity and URL path on the site and how long they visited each page
ISPInternet Service Provider
Known VisitorA web visitor who has completed a form and left their details (email address) on your website or clicked a link in a Marketo email.
Account ListA list of key account / organization names. Also known as an Account-Based Marketing (ABM) list.
SegmentsA collection of visitors that meet the specified criteria defined in the ‘Set a Segment’ page.
Split TestingA testing experiment with two or more variants to measure the difference in results. The goal is to identify changes to web pages that increase or maximize an outcome of interest.
WildcardA wildcard character (* is used) that is used before or after a string to substitute for any other character or characters in a string. See the examples below.

Wildcard Examples

Here are three ways you can use a wildcard in Web Personalization.

Match all visitors on page URLs that end with pricing (for example, www.marketo.com/pricing):

Match all visitors on page URLs that start with https:// (for example, https://www.marketo.com):

Match all visitors on page URLs that include the word backup (for example, https://www.marketo.com/backup/pricing.html):

 

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