Salesforce already had a cool feature where you can create custom HTML web-to-lead form that can be simply put up on your website to prevent company org. from spam leads. Before this feature, it would be a time taking activity for the marketing team to identify the spam leads or actual leads.
In this competitive world, every business, small or large has a website. It is an effective way to promote your product or services among target audience. A company website is the first place of interaction where anyone can look at, if he/she is interested in your product or want to clear his/her query. To become more productive than ever, companies integrate their website with Salesforce CRM. This exercise prevents automated bots from creating havoc on your sites and keep your company org. with quality leads.
Why ReCaptcha on Salesforce Web-to-lead forms?
1. Makes difficult for spam-bots to create junk leads.
2. Prevent from spamming
3. Keep your org with quality leads.
4. Maximize ROI
5. Get clear lead insights.
Steps to create ReCaptcha on Salesforce web-to-lead forms.
To achieve the Salesforce web-to-lead forms follow simple steps as below:
Step: 1. Login to your Google reCAPTCHA Account.
Step: 2. After login, you have to add Label as in the picture below.
Step: 3. Post that, Check-in the box “reCAPTCHA v2” and then tick checkbox “I’m not a robot”.
Step: 4. After that, add your domain name under Domains section.
Step: 5. Post that, Checkin the “Accept the reCAPTCHA Terms of Service” and then click on the Submit Button.
Step: 6. After submitting, you will get “COPY SITE KEY” and “COPY SECRET KEY” on the next page. Copy these keys and save in notepad.
Step: 7. Now login to Salesforce Developer Account.
Step: 8. After login, Click on setup and go to web-to-lead form then click on “Create Web-to-Lead Form”.
Step: 9. Post that, Select the fields that you want to choose, and add a Return URL. And then click on the Search reCAPTCHA API Key pair.
Step: 10. Now yow will be redirected to Lookup. Here you have to click on “NEW” button.
Step: 11. Here you have to enter API Key Pair Nickname, Site Key, and Secret Key then click save.
Step: 12. Post that, click on “Generate” to create form.
Step: 13. Post that, you will find your HTML code is ready. Put that HTML code on your company’s website and start capturing leads from there.
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I was wondering if the method you 😀 described in 👏👏 the tutorial allows for creating linked records via lookup, or if it’s limited to creating standalone records.
Do you have any experience with this or any thoughts on the matter?