Marketo for Contact form 7, Elementor, WPForms, Formidable and Ninja Forms

(1 customer review)

Powerful plugin that sends Contact Form 7 submissions and Contact Form Entries Plugin data  into Marketo. Have full control over what is sent, and when it is sent to get all the data you need.

Buyer Protection

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Key Features and Screenshots

Connect Account

Connect Marketo account to Contact Form 7 by simply entering Maketo Client ID and Secret key.

Fields Mapping

Easily map Contact Form 7 Entry fields to any Marketo form fields.

Map Marketo form to WordPress Contact Form

Create a feed for Marketo leads  and  map Marketo form  fields to Gravity forms fields.

Multiple Feeds

A Feed determines how data should be sent to Marketo. You can create multiple feeds & setup conditions for sending entries to Marketo.

Error Reporting

If there is an error while sending data to Marketo, an email containing the error details will be sent to the specified email.

Marketo Logs

View a detailed log of each entry sent (or not sent) to Marketo and easily resend an entry to Marketo.

Filter Entries

By default all entries are sent to the Marketo, but you can apply filters & setup rules to limit the entries sent to Marketo.

Full Synchronization

All local entries are fully synchronized with Marketo Prospects. If you update/delete/restore an entry that entry will be updated/deleted/restored in the Marketo.

Powerful Extensions

Yes, our Professional & Developer licenses include 10+ free add-on extensions

Choose the Best Package

  • Basic
    $69 / Year
    • Use on 1 WordPress Site
    • 1 Year of Support & Updates
    • No Add-ons
    • Basic Email Support
  • Developer
    $299 / Year
    • Use on 25 WordPress Sites
    • 1 Year of Support & Updates
    • 15+ Premium Add-ons
    • Priority Email Support

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1 review for Marketo for Contact form 7, Elementor, WPForms, Formidable and Ninja Forms

  1. John

    Good support

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