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How do you reorganize the email groups on the Subscription Management page?

Though, the display name is set by the value in "Name of the email group as it appears to contact", email groups are displayed in alphabetical order based on the value in the 'Name' field. Think of the 'name' field as a slug or machine name.


Client wants to display 2 product logos instead of the single default company logo on the out-of-the-box subscription management page. How would you accomplish this?



After you have created and given a client their Eloqua tracking script they tell you that they have several other websites. Would you tell them to use the same tracking script on all pages? Enable strict mode tracking

Yes. To track multiple websites the client would use the same tracking script and setup each website as a sub-site.


What activities would lower sender score?

1. getting flagged as spam by recipient,
2. spam trap email address,
3. high bounceback


Which settings are configured with the Oracle Eloqua Deliverability Cloud Service Products?

branded bounceback domains (3 for standard. 5 for enterprise)
dedicated IP address
Branded reverse domain name service (rDNS)
Branded images and links
(DKIM) support
Deliverability program assistance for three events annually



If a PDF is not showing up on the Eloqua generated site map, what do you do? Do you reupload the PDF? Do you refresh the site map? Do you upload the PDF to the component library?

Visit the PDF url and then refresh the sitemap.

Source: pre-assessment and


Identify two benefits of Oracle Eloqua Deliverability Cloud Service Products.

1. IPs can be whitelisted by client’s recipients
2. Establish a sending domain with Internet Service Providers (ISPs)


With the purchase of an Oracle Eloqua Deliverability Cloud Service product, how many branded image URLs can be configured?


Only one branded image URL can be configured with any Deliverability product purchased.


What is the benefit of having three dedicated IP addresses provided with Oracle Eloqua Enterprise and Premium Deliverability Cloud Services?

Email volume can be spread across IP addresses to reduce the likelihood of triggering volume spam blocks.


What are Inbox Preview tests used for?

to show how an email will look when rendered in major ESPs, email clients and mobile devices.


How are Deliverability tests used?

to evaluate email delivery across a wide range of email service providers from many countries (you cannot select which countries or regions to limit the testing).


True or False: Unused monthly deliverabilty tests are carried over to the next month.


Unused tests from the prior month are not carried forward.


How often is the allotment of ReturnPath deliverability test renewed?


The number monthly allotment of ReturnPath deliverability tests is reset on the first of each month.


True or False: A maximum of 25 deliverability test can be run per month, regardless of product trim (level).


The number of deliverability tests run through ReturnPath is based on the database product trim.


Domain key identified mail (DKIM) signing is performed on which domain in an Eloqua Email?

"From" email address domain.

DKIM allows for email to be authenticated by ISPs and email vendors based on the "From" address of the original email.


The configuration of ____________ allows a client to use their branded bounceback subdomain as a microsite in Eloqua (to host landing pages).

"A" Record

The A record maps the hostname to the specific IP provided which allows Eloqua to then use this domain or sub-domain to host landing pages within the application. Additional microsites can be setup using CNAME records.


What is the maximum number of branded bounceback domains offered for any Oracle Eloqua Deliverability Cloud Service Product?


Five (5) is the maximum number of branded bounceback domains offered with the purchase of the Enterprise (Gold) or Premium (Platinum) Deliverability product.


A sender's mailing IP reputation is best defined as:

A measure of the sender's mailing IP deliverability, based on complaints, blacklisting, bouncebacks and spam traps


When is an Eloqua visitor profile deleted?

When 4 months have gone by with no Eloqua tracked activity on the cookie.

If the visitor (cookie) returns, Eloqua recreates the whole profile from the raw and aggregated data.


You are testing an Eloqua integrated form and submit the form using three different email addresses. Which Eloqua contact record is the visitor profile linked to?

The first email address used to submit a form.

Your cookie (visitor record) is linked to the first contact created when the form is submitted for the first time and is not re-linked with each additional form submission. All form submissions are of the same priority when it comes to linking visitors to contacts; once a visitor record is linked to a contact in Eloqua, the only way it can be changed is if an activity of a higher priority takes place. Note that each Eloqua contact record will contain form submission activity as the form activity is tied to the contact via the email address, not the visitor profile.


True or False: once a visitor record is linked to a contact in Eloqua, the only way it can be changed is if an activity of a higher priority takes place.



You perform a search on Google then click through on a sponsored link to an Eloqua tracked page. It is your first visit to this website and cookies are enabled. What type of Eloqua Visitor are you?

You are an Unknown Eloqua Visitor.

An Eloqua cookie is created upon your first visit to an Eloqua tracked page, but you haven’t yet performed any actions to link your cookie (visitor record) to an Eloqua contact record.


How long after submitting an Eloqua integrated form is the activity visible on the contact’s record in Eloqua?

15 to 20 minutes after the web visit has ended.

Visitor data remains in the live tier until the web visit ends (10 minutes with no recorded activity). It then takes 15 to 20 minutes for the data to be available for reporting and for the activity to appear on the Eloqua contact record.


True or False: The microsite for a landing page can be changed before the landing page is saved for the first time.



True of False: A single landing page can be published to only one microsite.


If the same landing page is to be published to another microsite, a copy needs to be made first.


True of False: Eloqua tracking scripts need to be implemented for each Eloqua hosted microsite in order for the web activity to be tracked.


Eloqua-hosted microsites already contain scripts to track web activity, so do not require separate implementation of scripts.


True of False: The microsite for a landing page can be changed at any time.


Once you save the Landing Page, the Microsite cannot be changed.


A customer wants to track views of a Case Study hosted on their website ( They already have the Eloqua tracking scripts implemented on their website. What needs to be done?

Change the link to:

This is because tracking scripts cannot be applied directly to a pdf document, the link to the pdf. This change, combined with the Eloqua tracking scripts already on this page, enables the Eloqua database to record clicks on this link.


Which three actions link a visitor record to an Eloqua contact?

1. Clicking on a redirect link in an Eloqua email,

2. Submitting an Eloqua integrated form hosted externally,

3. Submitting an Eloqua hosted form

A visitor record is linked to an Eloqua contact when a contact clicks a link in an Eloqua email and/or submits an Eloqua-integrated form (whether hosted in Eloqua or externally). Form submissions are a higher priority activity than email clickthroughs.


What are sub sites used for within Eloqua?

Reporting on Eloqua tracked subdomains and domains separately

Eloqua sub sites are created exclusively for reporting purposes. By configuring web properties as unique sub sites, they can be reported on separately.