SyncApps can help your large, medium, or small organization grow. Syncing back your marketing metrics to Salesforce helps Sales, Marketing, and Operations make data-driven decisions in real-time without the need for IT or other system administrator's help gathering data.
Here are a few Help Center Articles that will help you have an idea of how Salesforce to Marketing Automation works:
- How Salesforce works with your Marketing Automation
- Getting Started with Campaign Layout Fields in Salesforce
- How to choose the correct "Campaign Response Sync Mode" to bring back Campaign metrics to Salesforce
- Best practice after setting up your Constant Contact integration for success in your Trial!
- Constant Contact and Salesforce Integration in 12 Easy Steps using Salesforce Campaigns
Flow: Marketing Automation to Salesforce
Now that the records have landed in your Marketing Automation's Main List/Audience, create and run the Marketing Automation Campaign and make sure that you have selected these Email List(s), Group(s) that were created from the Salesforce CRM Campaign(s) as the recipients of the Campaign.
Let's assume that the Campaign is 100% done and when the sync runs, SyncApps will then create a new Salesforce CRM Campaign together with the Marketing Automation's Campaign Responses marketing metrics such as opens, clicks, bounces, URLs clicked, etc.
Scenario: Some "Built-In" Salesforce Apps don't have a Campaign Object
Some Salesforce orgs might not have a Campaign Object like Apto, Ascendix, and so on. In this case, as an alternative, you can use "Create Activity" or "Create Contact or Lead Notes." For "Create Contact or Lead Notes," be sure to add the "Notes and Attachments" to your Contact or Leads page layout under Related Lists.
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