Importing and exporting prospects are two great features of Pardot. We recommend keeping your Pardot tidy and spring cleaning it every so often. This blog covers how to import and export prospects correctly, in order to maintain a healthy account.
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.
The point of setting up Salesforce dashboards a certain way is to deliver information to your users in the ways that work best for them. Dashboards provide you with a graphical view of the Salesforce data in reports.
There are a handful of reasons we may not be able to email prospects in Pardot. The three most common are when a prospect is marked with either ‘Opted Out’, ‘Do Not Email’, or the dreaded ‘Pardot Hard Bounced’.
It’s an ongoing debate in the Pardot community whether we should use lists or tags, they’re both very useful and both offer ways to provide structure and segment your prospects. We are definitely on the “team list” on most occasions.
As part of the Summer ’20 release, Pardot announced support for first-party cookies in an open beta. What’s the difference between third-party and first-party cookies? We explore in this article.
There’s a little more to Pardot and Salesforce integration and it’s important to do all of the set up before importing any data.
Pardot connectors allow you to draw information about your prospects from third-party tools into the profile for that person in Pardot. Important because...