- With MadKudu Fastlane, you can show your Sales team calendar to very good leads requesting demo to send them straight to Sales from you website.
- Implementing your own web personalization forms
- Retargeting your most qualified leads with Facebook Ads or Google Ads
- (coming soon: understand which company the anonymous visitor works for to know when companies are showing interest in your product without filling out a form! )
How to set it up?
The MadKudu Tag added on your website will load a personalized madkudu.js script which will essentially make a call to the MadKudu API to return a score based on the email of the visitor.
If you have installed an analytics or tracking tool like Google Analytics, Amplitude, Segment, Mixpanel..., this should be familiar to you and you may have had to install these tools JS snippet on your website already.
You can install the MadKudu Tag on your website with either:
- Segment (no code install)
- Google Tag Manager (no code install)
- Manually with your website editor (webflow, wordpress...) or custom code
We recommend installing the MadKudu Tag via Segment. This takes just a few clicks and no code is required. (You can find the details of the steps below in this article.) Segment will load the madkudu.js automatically
Install MadKudu Tag with Segment
- You have a MadKudu account
- You have access to your Segment account
Segment is an API manager that allows you to easily turn on or off third-party code snippets in their applications.
MadKudu Tag will be installed on sites/pages where Segment is installed and where Segment's identify method is called.
- Segment will send the user email to MadKudu, MadKudu will return a score.
To install MadKudu Tag to Segment, follow the instructions here to connect Segment to MadKudu
- connecting your website (which should be a Segment source)
- adding MadKudu as a destination
Install MadKudu Tag with Google Tag Manager or manually
Google Tag Manager (GTM) is an easy way to install MadKudu Tag if you already have GTM installed on your site. Otherwise you can add it to your website code manually
- You have a MadKudu account
- You have access to Google Tag Manager
Step 1: Get the MadKudu Tag snippet code
- Log in to your MadKudu account app.madkudu.com
- Go to Integrations
- Select and copy the snippet
Step 2: Install MadKudu Tag on your website
Option 1: Using Google Tag Manager
- Log into your Google Tag Manager account
- Click on your Account
- Click on Add new Tag
- Name it MadKudu Tag at the top left
- Click on Tag Configuration and select "Custom HTML"
- Paste the MadKudu Tag script you got at step 1
- Choose the pages you want the Tag to appear on
- Click Save
Option 2: Manually
</head>tag on every page you want MadKudu to personalize your visitor experience.
Step 3: Test that the MadKudu Tag is live
- Open one of your website pages where you added the snippet
- Test that the MadKudu snippet can be called by typing “madkudu” in the console
Once it loads, you’re done! The MadKudu Tag is now live on your site.
Can MadKudu qualifies anonymous visitors in realtime to personalize the webpage?
The MadKudu Tag only works for identified visitors (it needs an email or domain) as of now but coming soon!
In the meantime, this is something you can implement on your end, by deanonymizing your traffic with a tool like Clearbit Reveal and then calling MadKudu API to understand if this visitor is qualified.
I'm using Segment as a destination and MadKudu as a source. Why am I seeing MadKudu.js on my website?
When you configure your website as a Segment source and MadKudu as a Segment destination, the MadKudu Tag will be automatically installed on your website.