By Erin Duncan & Mike Cruezer
Incorporating dynamic content and variable tags is an excellent way to personalize your emails, forms, and landing pages. But viewing where dynamic content and variable tags are in use is a proverbial black hole.
Not knowing where these items are used makes updating or deleting dynamic content and fields risky. You don’t want to leave a big blank space in an email template or send a prospect an email that says “We would like to offer you for a limited time.”
Completing an audit can reveal all the places Pardot Variable Tags and Dynamic Content are in use. So, where do you start?
Continue reading How to Audit Dynamic Content and Variable Tag Usage with the Pardot API
This past year has been a great year for Pardot Admins everywhere. With each new release, Pardot has grown in functionality and has also become more integrated with Salesforce. This is fantastic as it allows for tighter data control, better personalization when communicating with prospects, improved user management processes. and an overall better user experience. In the wake of the new year, check out the newest Pardot features and updates on the Salesforce Spring 21 release notes to gain insights into what is coming in 2021.
Continue reading Pardot Goodies from Salesforce IdeaExchange
As Pardot Admins, we often run into corners of the platform that require a little more creativity in order to solve a specific business need. Oftentimes, you can just “Google it” and voilà! Many in the Pardot community have the exact same question or problem you do, and although you find the answer (which is a huge relief), wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was a way for Pardot simply to add a fix for everyone?
Well my friend, grab a seat and let’s head over to the IdeaExchange!
Building landing pages in Pardot can be an interesting challenge because, depending on your needs and the skillset of your team, there are multiple ways to go about it. Continue reading 15 Resources To Make The Most Of Your Landing Pages: The Ultimate List for Pardot Admins
BY MIKE MORRIS
Let’s start by saying that if you’re not using scoring categories in Pardot, you probably should be. If you offer more than one solution or service or have multiple topics represented on your website, scoring categories are for you. These little gems allow you to break down your total score and identify your prospects’ specific areas of interest. This is huge when it comes to tailoring your marketing messaging and directing your sales team’s efforts.
To get started with scoring categories, check out Erin Duncan’s post: Pardot Scoring Category Basics: What, How & Why.
Another super cool feature in Pardot that you may not be utilizing is Handlebars Merge Language (HML). HML, rolled out in August 2019, expands the personalization capabilities of Pardot well beyond Pardot Merge Language (PML) and introduces the ability to use conditional statements (among other capabilities). Continue reading Scoring Categories and HML: The Peanut Butter and Chocolate Moment
A few months ago, I posted a confession that I Have an Email Marketing Crush on CB Insights.
And now, there’s another brand that’s making my heart throb. It’s Chubbies, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, the uber southern frattastic short shorts brand. Their subject lines are bold and absolutely hilarious. Continue reading An Ode to Chubbies & an Experiment with Unique Sender Names