Pardot Form Styling [Webinar and Guide]

This month we had the opportunity to present a Pardot Form Styling webinar for Pardot’s Advocate Hours.

In case you missed it: Pardot Form Styling Webinar and Pardot Form Styling Guide

The webinar and guide will walk you through how to use HTML, CSS, and Javascript to style a Pardot form from scratch. The best part is- you don’t have to know code to do this! Seriously!

The webinar and guide will enable a beginner-expert to copy/paste the code like you’re a pro. 🙂


The webinar received  4.6/5 stars from Pardot clients! Here are some comments from the live attendees:

“Definitely, information that I can use.  Thank you.”

“The presenter was awesome!”

“This was awesome.  Super helpful.  Having these CSS classes will really speed up development.”

Pardot Form Styling Guide


Keep up with our Pardot and Salesforce magic:

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Digital Marketing Favs of the Week- 3/3-3/10

Here are our top 4 favorite Digital Marketing articles this week!
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Marketing Tech’s Bumpy Road: Consolidation, Growth, and a New Frontier

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How to Use Psychology to Improve Your Marketing Messages

digital marketing


Landing Pages for Lead Generation: 8 Conversion-Driving Tips

digital marketing


In Praise of Email

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Digital Marketing Favs of the Week- 2/26-3/3/2016

Digital marketing is an umbrella term for the targeted, measurable, and interactive marketing of products or services using digital technologies to reach and convert leads into customers and retain them. –

Our Marketing Team works hard staying up-to-date on the latest digital marketing trends and statistics (you know, proof that the trend is worth it!) and we thought it was about time to share some of our favs (favorites) with our readers. Check back weekly for our top 4!

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16 Eye-Popping Statistics You Need to Know About Visual Content Marketing

Blog 1- Visual Content Marketing


37 Visual Content Marketing Statistics You Should Know in 2016

Blog 2- Visual Content Marketing2


22 Ways to Promote Your E-Book

Blog 3- Promote E-book


8 Brands That Have Mastered GIFs In Emails

Blog 4- Gifs in Emails
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New Cloud on Tap Website Design

Did you notice the changes around here? 🙂 We’ve been working hard the last month to build a better site and we’re finally done!  Many thanks to our newest COT-er, Sara, for spearheading this endeavor.

New features:

  • Fully responsive, mobile-friendly
  • Sleeker look and feel that’s more “Cloud on Tap”
  • Our favorite Google Fonts– Open Sans and Raleway
  • Easier points of contact- buttons, links, and forms everywhere (but not annoyingly!)
  • Company and Careers Pages (team pics coming soon)
  • Can’t miss display of our core Pardot and Salesforce certifications

Is your site mobile-friendly? How about your forms? Pardot forms can absolutely be built to respond to any browser and device and we’re excited to show that off to the world.

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Google Mobile Friendly Update

4 Things You Need to Know about Google’s New “Mobile-Friendly Update”

Social media is a buzz with what’s been titled, #Mobilegeddon! We thought it would be good to break it down to the 4 most important things to know about this new Google feature:

1. It only affects search rankings on mobile devices
This means anyone searching in a browser will still see your normal site ranking. If they are searching on mobile though, your rank will differ based on your mobile friendliness.

2. A high quality but not mobile-friendly page can still rank high
If you have high quality pages with great content, you can still get high mobile search rankings, per Google. Keep in mind that others with great content AND mobile-friendly will likely out rank you.

3. The rank applies to your individual pages, not your entire website
If a website re-vamp isn’t in the time and/or money budget right now, consider upping your content game for a couple of your key pages. Each page is judged on its own merits.

4. Google will put you back in its good ranking graces as soon as you update to mobile friendly
Whether you get around to updating tomorrow or a few months from now, Google crawlers are out there and ready to find and re-rank you. You can speed it along by asking nicely too.

Not sure if your site is mobile friendly? Run the Mobile-Friendly Test.
Remember, the update is live today, April 21st!


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