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Salesforce Connector Version 2 – Campaign Linking

To roll up Advocacy or Email responses to Campaign Members, set the respective Salesforce Campaign when building pages and emails in Engaging Networks. The individual page or email can be connected to an existing Salesforce Campaign or created within Engaging Networks directly.

Enabling Campaign References
To enable Campaign References, go to Marketing Tools > Google Analytics > select Enable Google Analytics Integration and Expose Campaign Reference Fields.

Enabling Campaign Reference Fields 











External Reference 6 (Campaign Reference 1) under Account Settings must be enabled and labeled SFDC Campaign ID. A user must have SuperAdmin privileges to do so.

Once enabled, under Page and Email settings, a manage button will appear, which allows the user to create and/or link to the respective Salesforce campaign.

Clicking the Campaigns button opens up the layer to manage the Campaign link. Either select an existing campaign or click the Create Campaign button if it does not yet exist in Salesforce.

Campaign Create options:

Once created, the campaign will appear at the top of the list. Click on the

intended campaign name and click the Select button.

This then populates the campaign reference in Engaging Networks with the Salesforce Campaign’s ID value.

Example of Engaging Networks Staging Record with SFDC Campaign Id populated:

SFDC CampaignMember Id

There is a pre-set trigger which lookups the CampaignMemberId, based on if SFDC Campaign Id and SFDC Contact Id are populated on Engaging Networks Staging Record creation.


Updated on October 19, 2023

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