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Pardot’s Engagement Studio enables marketers to further customize their nurturing programs for their prospects, customers, and even partners. Engagement Studio has three main features that let you build your campaign around: Actions, Triggers, and Rules. Actions “do something”, Triggers “Listen for something”, and Rules “Check something.” Here we will be discussing Engagement Studio Triggers.
Drip Programs offer users 2 triggers: “has prospect opened email” and “has prospect clicked link”. (Note: Engagement Studio allows users to choose which link click to look for when using the “has prospect clicked link” trigger!). Let’s dive deeper into the new available triggers Engagement Studio provides us.
The following are new Engagement Studio triggers that can listen from the prospect’s activity record.
Pardot’s Engagement Studio enables marketers to further customize their nurturing programs for their prospects, customers, and even partners. Engagement Studio has three main features that let you build your campaign around: Actions, Triggers, and Rules. Actions “do something”, Triggers “Listen for something”, and Rules “Check something.”
Let’s dive deeper into the new available actions Engagement Studio provides us.
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1. Marketing Manager Dashboard
If you are a Marketing Manager, you are going to LOVE this dashboard. At first, it shows you a high level of relevant data regarding the health of your company and the ability to filter by time period. The two main views are Marketing Pipeline Health and Engagement Health. Marketing Pipeline health shows Pipeline Deals and Revenue by Campaign. The Engagement health shows email engagement, top forms and landing page completions.
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New Table Action: Pause Automation Rules and Drip Programs
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Pardot’s Engagement Studio enables marketers to further customize their nurturing programs for their prospects, customers, and even partners. There are three main features that you can build your campaign around: Actions, Triggers, and Rules. Actions “Do something”, Triggers “Listen for something”, and Rules “Check something.”
In our previous blog posts, we took a look at the new actions and triggers supported by Engagement Studio. Now let’s take a look into the new rules.
The following are new rules that Engagement Studio can check for from a prospect’s field, activity record, SFDC campaign, and more:
Assigned Salesforce Queue
Salesforce Campaign Status
These rules check for specific values and define the following path based upon the value. For example, the new list rule will check for if a prospect is on a specific segmentation list. If they are on the segmentation list, they will be sent down path A and if they are not on the list they will be sent down path B. For more information on Pardot’s Engagement studio, please visit our Salesforce Page.
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This features allows your sales reps to send the right message at the right time. Provide your sales reps with a library of email templates and nurturing campaigns approved by marketing that they can send from Salesforce, Salesforce1, or Gmail.
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