When an organisation has multiple stakeholders with a vested interest in where and how funds are being used, reporting on not-for-profit marketing activity must justify every pound, dollar, or euro spent.
The Salesforce Winter ‘22 release includes many exciting features but perhaps the most highly anticipated is the new Pardot Lightning Landing Page Experience.
Not-for-profit organisations can use marketing automation software in a unique way to reap the benefits for marketing activity too. Specifically, using Pardot for fundraising can be a highly effective way to recruit new and repeat donors.
When you’re pressed for time and multi-tasking a thousand things at once, a Pardot email marketing checklist will help keep you on track - meaning less room for error, and more room for marketing success!
The concept of GDPR has been at the forefront of marketing automation in the last few years. When it comes to Pardot and GDPR compliance, there are at least ten crucial things to consider, which I’ve outlined in this blog checklist.
The Salesforce Marketing Cloud Journey Builder module is one of many you can find in your Marketing Cloud dashboard. In my opinion, it’s one of the best modules the software has, both in terms of what it can do and how easy it is to navigate.
Without a shadow of a doubt, any Pardot and Salesforce user will have seen the term HML or Handlebars Merge Language floating around since the big August release. So, what does this update mean for us exactly?
In this article, we will cover everything you need to know about using Pardot Analytics for reporting to the C-suite. From how the B2B Marketing Analytics app works with Pardot, to useful tools, common terms, and great resources.
It’s that time of the year again, Salesforce has given us a bunch of new Pardot features. The August 2019 release gives us 8 new Pardot features to better our marketing performance. See the run-down of everything new in this article.