With the end of Pardot-only logins, coming February 15th 2021 (this is the date provided so far), users who are not enabled with Salesforce SSO (Single Sign On) will lose their ability to log into Pardot. Fear not, we have a solution for you!
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Pardot Tags are labels you can assign to assets within your account, to help filter these quickly and efficiently. However, there are various other ways Tags can be used to our advantage and this blog is here to highlight them.
Before we can embark on our marketing automation journey and explore exciting features, we must first set up our users. As part of the Spring’21 release, Pardot-only users will be retired from February 2021.
Having the ability to grade and score prospects in Pardot is one of the most exciting features. Download this free Pardot Scoring & Grading Handbook to guide your own models and plans, including real world examples.
Understanding how Pardot grading and scoring works is different from being able to plan and implement customised models. The Pardot Grading & Scoring Worksheet is an interactive tool for marketers to use to plan their own models.
In previous blogs, we’ve run through the main capabilities and setup steps for Pardot’s new Drag-and-Drop Email Builder. Recently, I was invited to co-host a webinar with Pardot specialists so users can see first-hand how the feature works.
The most basic capability of a marketing automation software is the ability to input fields of information we can use to fill out a prospect’s profile. Pardot field definitions are the types of fields that exist to contain essential information.
Pardot Campaigns allow us to track our prospects’ first touchpoint, whilst Salesforce allows us to track all touchpoints of that Lead/Contact. In this blog, I’ll explain why setting up Salesforce Campaign Influence is necessary and provide you with a step-by-step guide.
With a huge variety of Salesforce applications to choose from, it can be daunting trying to decide which ones to choose. At MarCloud Consulting, we often get questions surrounding the differences between Salesforce Sales Cloud, Service Cloud and Commerce Cloud.
The Salesforce Content Management System (CMS) is well, what the name suggests! Accessed within Salesforce, we can use this feature to store and distribute content, depending on permissions/restrictions set, all from a centralised location