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
It’s time to prepare for the Salesforce Winter ‘22 Release and how it will affect your Pardot instance.
We get three major releases from Salesforce each year — Spring, Summer and Winter. Each Salesforce release includes upgrades and enhancements that affect Salesforce orgs in different ways.
So, if you’re using and managing Pardot for your company or organization, then you’re in the right place. We’re going to cover everything you need to know about the Salesforce Winter ‘22 Release for Pardot admins and users.
Continue reading Four big Salesforce Winter ‘22 Pardot highlights
If you’re like me, then you often work with marketing tools that do not integrate nicely with Pardot forms.
Maybe they claim to have a ‘direct’ integration with the tool. However, we all know it’s nothing more than a Salesforce integration.
Don’t give up! There is a way around this common frustration.
Enter Zapier webhooks, which you can use to bring data into Pardot.
Continue reading Watch the Data Flow into Pardot with Zapier
On May 11, 2021, Salesforce and Pardot users experienced a Salesforce outage related to a domain name service (DNS) issue. Salesforce was down for about four hours because of an “emergency break fix” that wasn’t successful.
Continue reading How to address Pardot issues related to the Salesforce outage
The Salesforce outage affected Pardot. However, Pardot remained up and running even if marketers couldn’t log in to their specific instances.
Did you know there are actually two versions of the Pardot to Salesforce connector? If you purchased your Pardot account after February 2019, you’ve likely always had the newer V2 Connector, however, if you purchased before February 2019 and haven’t upgraded, you will still be on the V1 Connector. Pardot released a path to upgrade from V1 to V2 in the 2020 Summer release, but I’ve found that a lot of Pardot admins are still hesitant to upgrade. In this post I’ll cover all the considerations and options you have when upgrading your connector and help you squash those “this upgrade is irreversible” anxieties.
Continue reading Upgrading to the Salesforce-Pardot V2 Connector
As our Pardot integrations are coping and adjusting to using the Pardot API with Salesforce SSO users, one of the new requirements is to provide the Pardot Business Unit ID in each API request. It is easy for Salesforce Administrators to get the ID, but what if we could do this with code?
Continue reading Getting a List of Pardot Business Units For Your App – Programmatically
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!
Pardot and Sitecore
Sitecore is a powerful Website Content Management System. We can use Sitecore and Pardot together to great effect. There are a few Sitecore capabilities which we will want to use to compliment Pardot, and a few features we want to use in conjunction with Pardot.
Continue reading Considerations for Integrating Pardot + Sitecore
One of the tricky and little-known-things about Pardot is how the system handles blank values.
If you’ve never had a reason to, you probably haven’t thought about it. But when it DOES come up — here’s what you need to know to be ready. Continue reading Drawing a Blank: How Pardot Handles Empty Field Values
Pardot and Sales Cloud. They’re made for each other. Like peanut butter and jelly, cookies and cream, whiskey and Diet Coke — both function better with the other tightly integrated. Continue reading 3 New Pardot Features Bringing the One Platform Vision to Life