Independently scoring multiple offline interactions

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We want to give leads points for multiple offline activities, such as attending two separate webinars, or visiting our booth at two different tradeshows. For example a lead attends a webinar and gets 5 points. I want to give them another 5 points if they attend another webinar. It's easy to figure out how to do it for the first iteration, but not the subsequent ones. Thanks.

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We came up with the following and it seems to be working. We create one dropdown property that is the Logger and and number property that is the Counter. Every time the logger value is selected the counter adds +1, then the logger value is cleared until the next iteration. The score is based on the value of the counter.

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Hey there,

 

My top recommendation here would depend on how you are capturing this data. If you are using the same form for each trade show or for each webinar, you can refine the criteria by saying "Submitted FORM X on Page 1" or "Submitted FORM X on Page 2" so that you can get scores for each submission. Alternatively, you can use list membership for HubSpot Scores, so you could upload the list of attendees and target that list for a score.

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We came up with the following and it seems to be working. We create one dropdown property that is the Logger and and number property that is the Counter. Every time the logger value is selected the counter adds +1, then the logger value is cleared until the next iteration. The score is based on the value of the counter.

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