Thanks for getting back to me on this.
We do currently have something like this set up but it hasn’t proved to be very effective so far.
Having the code in the URL means that any time the lead clicks on another page, it gets wiped from the address bar and the lead source is lost.
For one of my clients, we don’t use an isolated landing page without links on it, so it’s quite common for people to click away and then come back and fill in the form.
Another client has the form displayed as a drop-down from the top of the page within the theme so the form is technically on every page of the site (except a few, such as contact us since the form is there within the main body of the page).
I’m finding that there is a huge portion of the Google Ads leads that are coming in with no lead source attributed to them at all and I’m wondering why Infusionsoft can’t track their session as a certain lead source like they would for Google Organic or Direct leads.
Is there a way we can have the form recognise a Google Ads lead without having to rely on looking at the URL?