Acoustic Campaign web forms allow you to configure a Salesforce Campaign ID and Member Status which will be used when the form is submitted. An alternative process is to use web form variables to dynamically define the Campaign ID and member status.
For example, if you have a resource center on your site you might use a single form to gate multiple resources. In this case, you can pass in the corresponding Salesforce Campaign ID based on the content they requested. In this way, a single form can dynamically add someone to the correct Salesforce campaign.
Your website administrator will need to develop a process to populate the variables with the correct values while the Campaign > web form is being submitted by the user, especially if the Campaign ID is dependent on how they answer form questions. Alternatively, it may be as simple as pre-configuring your web form URLs with the appropriate variable values and placing those complete URLs at different website entry points to your forms.
The Campaign Tracking Code is the primary ID of the Campaign you created in Salesforce that you want the person who submits the form to be added to.
sp_ctc= Campaign ID is the Salesforce Campaign ID. Only using the
sp_ctc. Campaign Member status will use the 'default' as configured on the Salesforce campaign. Similarly,
sp_cts= Campaign Member Status is the member Status value you configured on the Salesforce Campaign.
Only using the sp_ctc. Campaign Member status will use the 'default' as configured on the Salesforce campaign.
Using both sp_ctc and sp_cts.Campaign Member status must be valid. Don't just make it up. Use the exact member status as defined on the Salesforce campaign.
Note: These URL's are not functional. They are simply to illustrate using these two url variables with an Campaign web form.