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Marketo Salesforce Integration Guide

Acquired by Adobe Inc. in 2018, Marketo is a leading Marketing Automation Platform (MAP). Marketing Operations teams use the platform for automating enterprise sales and marketing campaigns in a variety of Media. Marketo integrates bi-directionally with Salesforce meaning that data changed in either platform is automatically reflected in the other. This sync applies to leads, contacts, and Salesforce Campaigns; however, other types of data are not synced on both platforms. 

Get started with our Salesforce Marketo Integration Guide to see how to sync Marketo with Salesforce.

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The exact steps for connecting Marketo to Salesforce differ depending on the version of Salesforce you are using, but follow the exact same structure. Before beginning this process you’ll need to make sure you have access to Salesforce’s API.

Step 1: Add Marketo Fields to Salesforce

In order to create parity between Salesforce and Marketo data, first you have to make sure they have the same fields.

  1. Add Marketo Fields to Salesforce
    a) Log in to Salesforce and click Setup.
    b)In the Build menu on the left, click Customize and select Leads. Click Fields.
    c) Click New in the Custom Fields & Relationships section at the bottom of the page.
    d) Choose the appropriate field type (for Score — number; Acquisition Program — text; Acquisition Date — Date/Time).
    e) Click Next
    f) Enter the Field Label, Length, and Field Name for the field, as shown in the table below. (table shown here)
    g) Click Next
    h) Specify the access settings and click next
    i) Set all roles to Visible and Read-Only
    j) Clear the Read-Only checkbox for the profile of your sync user:
    k) If you have a user with the profile of a System Administrator as the sync user, clear the Read-Only checkbox for the System Administrator profile (as shown below)
    l) If you created a custom profile for the sync user, clear the Read-Only checkbox for that custom profile
    m) Choose the page layouts that should display the field.
    n) Click Save & New to go back and create each of the other two custom fields. Click Save when you’re done with all three.
    o) In the Build menu on the left, click Customize and select Contacts. Click Fields.
    p) Perform steps 3 through 10 for the Score, Acquisition Date, and Acquisition Program fields on the contact object, just as you did for the lead object.
  1. Map Custom Fields for Conversions
    a) In the top right corner, click Setup.
    b) Type “Fields” into the Nav Search without pressing Enter. Fields appear under different objects; Click Fields under Leads.
    c) Go to the Lead Custom Fields & Relationships section and click Map Lead Fields.
    d) Click the drop-down next to the field you want to map.
    e) Select the corresponding contact custom field.
    f) Repeat the above steps for any other fields you’ve created.
    g) Click Save when you’re done.

Step 2 - Create a Salesforce user for Marketo

The Salesforce sync works by creating a Salesforce user which automatically updates data without any manual effort.

  1. Create a Profile
    a) Click Setup
    b) Type “profiles” into the Nav search bar and click on the Profiles link.
    c) Click on New.
    d) Select Standard User, name the profile “Marketo-Salesforce Sync” and click Save.
  1. Set Profile Permissions
    a) Click Edit to set the security permissions.
    b) Under the Administrative Permissions section, make sure the following boxes are checked: (1) API Enabled; (2) Edit HTML Templates; (3) Manage Public Documents; (4) Manage Public Templates
    c) Under the General User Permissions section, make sure the following boxes are checked: (1)Convert Leads; (2) Edit Events; (3) Edit Tasks
    d) Under the Standard Object Permissions section, make sure that Read, Create, Edit, and Delete permissions are checked for: (1) Accounts; (2) Campaigns; (3) Contacts; (4) Leads; (5) Opportunities

    e) When finished, click Save at the bottom of the page.
  1. Set Field Permissions
    a) In the profile detail page, go to the Field-Level Security section. Click View to edit the accessibility for the objects: (1) Lead; (2) Contact; (3) Account; (4) Opportunity

    b) For each object, click Edit.
    c) Locate the unneeded fields, make sure that Read Access and Edit Access are unchecked. Click Save when you’re done.
    d) Only edit the accessibility for the custom fields.
    e) After you finish disabling all unneeded fields, you must check Read Access and Edit Access for the following object fields. 

    f) Click Save when you’re done.
  1. Create Marketo-Salesforce Sync Account
    a) Type “Manage users” into the Nav search bar, then click on Users. Click on New User.
    b) Fill out the required fields. Then, select the User License: Salesforce and the Profile that you previously created. Click Save when you’re done.

Step 3 - Connect Marketo and Salesforce

  1. Retrieve Sync User Security Token
    a) Log into Salesforce with the Marketo Sync User, click the sync user’s name, then My Settings.
    b) In the quick find, type “reset” and click on Reset My Security Token.
    c) Click Reset Security Token.
    d) The security token will be sent to you by email.
  1. Set Sync User Credentials
    a) In Marketo, go to Admin, select CRM, and click Sync with Salesforce.com
    b) Enter the Salesforce Sync User credentials created in part 2 of the Salesforce configuration (Professional or Enterprise) and click Sync Fields (check Sandbox only if you’re syncing a Marketo Sandbox to a Salesforce Sandbox).
    c) Read the warning, then click Confirm Credentials.
  1. Start Salesforce Sync
    a) Click Start Salesforce Sync to begin the persistent Marketo-Salesforce sync.
    b) Click Start Sync.
  1. Verify Sync
    a) In Marketo, click Admin, then Salesforce.
    b) The sync status is visible in the upper-right corner. It will show one of three messages: Last Synced, Sync in Progress, or Failed.

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Marketo Salesforce Integration Guide

Acquired by Adobe Inc. in 2018, Marketo is a leading Marketing Automation Platform (MAP). Marketing Operations teams use the platform for automating enterprise sales and marketing campaigns in a variety of Media. Marketo integrates bi-directionally with Salesforce meaning that data changed in either platform is automatically reflected in the other. This sync applies to leads, contacts, and Salesforce Campaigns; however, other types of data are not synced on both platforms. 

Get started with our Salesforce Marketo Integration Guide to see how to sync Marketo with Salesforce.

What is Marketo and what makes it different?

Marketo was founded in 2006 by Phil Fernandez, Jon Miller, and David Morandi. The company quickly became a leader in the CRM space, being named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Lead Management six years in a row.

After an IPO and multiple acquisition by Marketo, the company was finally bought by Adobe for $4.75 billion. Marketo is a flexible platform used by small startups all the way up to the largest enterprise organizations. It’s broadly useful for marketers including tools for communication, website personalization, SEO and content creation.

Marketo Features

Integrations

  • Data Import and Export Tools
  • Integration APIs
  • Breadth of Partner Applications


Platform

  • Customization
  • Workflow Capability
  • User Role/Access Management
  • Sandbox
  • Performance and Reliability
  • Output Document Generation
  • Optimization
  • Integrations - Mobile Marketing
  • Internationalization


Email Marketing

  • Building and Personalizing Emails
  • Sending Outbound Emails
  • Manage Email Deliverability
  • Automated Email Responses


Online Marketing

  • Landing Pages and Forms
  • Dynamic Content
  • A / B Testing
  • Mobile Optimized
  • Search Tracking and Optimization


Lead Management

  • Marketing Lead Database
  • Data Quality Management
  • Segmentation
  • Lead Scoring and Grading
  • Lead Nurturing
  • Online Behavior Tracking
  • Automated Alerts and Tasks
  • CRM Lead Integration
  • Account Identification

Marketo Salesforce Integration

The exact steps for connecting Marketo to Salesforce differ depending on the version of Salesforce you are using, but follow the exact same structure. Before beginning this process you’ll need to make sure you have access to Salesforce’s API.

Step 1: Add Marketo Fields to Salesforce

In order to create parity between Salesforce and Marketo data, first you have to make sure they have the same fields.

  1. Add Marketo Fields to Salesforce
    a) Log in to Salesforce and click Setup.
    b)In the Build menu on the left, click Customize and select Leads. Click Fields.
    c) Click New in the Custom Fields & Relationships section at the bottom of the page.
    d) Choose the appropriate field type (for Score — number; Acquisition Program — text; Acquisition Date — Date/Time).
    e) Click Next
    f) Enter the Field Label, Length, and Field Name for the field, as shown in the table below. (table shown here)
    g) Click Next
    h) Specify the access settings and click next
    i) Set all roles to Visible and Read-Only
    j) Clear the Read-Only checkbox for the profile of your sync user:
    k) If you have a user with the profile of a System Administrator as the sync user, clear the Read-Only checkbox for the System Administrator profile (as shown below)
    l) If you created a custom profile for the sync user, clear the Read-Only checkbox for that custom profile
    m) Choose the page layouts that should display the field.
    n) Click Save & New to go back and create each of the other two custom fields. Click Save when you’re done with all three.
    o) In the Build menu on the left, click Customize and select Contacts. Click Fields.
    p) Perform steps 3 through 10 for the Score, Acquisition Date, and Acquisition Program fields on the contact object, just as you did for the lead object.
  1. Map Custom Fields for Conversions
    a) In the top right corner, click Setup.
    b) Type “Fields” into the Nav Search without pressing Enter. Fields appear under different objects; Click Fields under Leads.
    c) Go to the Lead Custom Fields & Relationships section and click Map Lead Fields.
    d) Click the drop-down next to the field you want to map.
    e) Select the corresponding contact custom field.
    f) Repeat the above steps for any other fields you’ve created.
    g) Click Save when you’re done.

Step 2 - Create a Salesforce user for Marketo

The Salesforce sync works by creating a Salesforce user which automatically updates data without any manual effort.

  1. Create a Profile
    a) Click Setup
    b) Type “profiles” into the Nav search bar and click on the Profiles link.
    c) Click on New.
    d) Select Standard User, name the profile “Marketo-Salesforce Sync” and click Save.
  1. Set Profile Permissions
    a) Click Edit to set the security permissions.
    b) Under the Administrative Permissions section, make sure the following boxes are checked: (1) API Enabled; (2) Edit HTML Templates; (3) Manage Public Documents; (4) Manage Public Templates
    c) Under the General User Permissions section, make sure the following boxes are checked: (1)Convert Leads; (2) Edit Events; (3) Edit Tasks
    d) Under the Standard Object Permissions section, make sure that Read, Create, Edit, and Delete permissions are checked for: (1) Accounts; (2) Campaigns; (3) Contacts; (4) Leads; (5) Opportunities

    e) When finished, click Save at the bottom of the page.
  1. Set Field Permissions
    a) In the profile detail page, go to the Field-Level Security section. Click View to edit the accessibility for the objects: (1) Lead; (2) Contact; (3) Account; (4) Opportunity

    b) For each object, click Edit.
    c) Locate the unneeded fields, make sure that Read Access and Edit Access are unchecked. Click Save when you’re done.
    d) Only edit the accessibility for the custom fields.
    e) After you finish disabling all unneeded fields, you must check Read Access and Edit Access for the following object fields. 

    f) Click Save when you’re done.
  1. Create Marketo-Salesforce Sync Account
    a) Type “Manage users” into the Nav search bar, then click on Users. Click on New User.
    b) Fill out the required fields. Then, select the User License: Salesforce and the Profile that you previously created. Click Save when you’re done.

Step 3 - Connect Marketo and Salesforce

  1. Retrieve Sync User Security Token
    a) Log into Salesforce with the Marketo Sync User, click the sync user’s name, then My Settings.
    b) In the quick find, type “reset” and click on Reset My Security Token.
    c) Click Reset Security Token.
    d) The security token will be sent to you by email.
  1. Set Sync User Credentials
    a) In Marketo, go to Admin, select CRM, and click Sync with Salesforce.com
    b) Enter the Salesforce Sync User credentials created in part 2 of the Salesforce configuration (Professional or Enterprise) and click Sync Fields (check Sandbox only if you’re syncing a Marketo Sandbox to a Salesforce Sandbox).
    c) Read the warning, then click Confirm Credentials.
  1. Start Salesforce Sync
    a) Click Start Salesforce Sync to begin the persistent Marketo-Salesforce sync.
    b) Click Start Sync.
  1. Verify Sync
    a) In Marketo, click Admin, then Salesforce.
    b) The sync status is visible in the upper-right corner. It will show one of three messages: Last Synced, Sync in Progress, or Failed.

Marketo Pricing

Marketo offers four tiers of pricing—select, prime, ultimate, and enterprise. According to competitors, their basic packages start at $27,000 annually. Marketo pricing is based on the size of your database. If you are a smaller company, it’s unlikely that Marketo will make sense from a cost perspective. However, for enterprise companies, it’s one of the most feature-rich option available.

Popular Marketo Alternatives and Competitors

A decade ago when Marketo first started there were few options for boosting sales team productivity and engagement. A lot has changed since then. Today, Salesforce has created an entire app ecosystem of tools and technologies for building world-class sales teams at scale. Here are a few of the most popular alternatives to Marketo.

Frequently Asked Marketo Support Questions

  • How does Marketo integrate with Salesforce?
    Marketo has a bi-directional Salesforce integration for leads, contacts, and Salesforce Campaigns, however it will not sync all data types. If you need step-by-step instructions check out our Salesforce Marketo Integration Guide

  • What is the difference between Marketo and Salesforce?
    The main difference is that Marketo is a marketing automation platform, or MAP for short, and Salesforce is a CRM, or customer relationship management platform. That means that Salesforce aims to manage all parts of the customer journey from marketing to sales and beyond. Marketo, on the other hand, focuses primarily on the customer’s marketing journey with multiple tools to automate and optimize it.

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The Most Common Marketo Salesforce Integration Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Companies that leverage CRM applications such as Salesforce successfully improve sales by 29%. Many of those companies need to integrate Salesforce with their existing processes. The integration enables firms to adopt new workflows seamlessly. However, it’s important to get it right.

Marketo is one of the most powerful tools on the market for Salesforce integration. However, there are common oversights that can turn a seamless integration into an IT disaster. The top benefit of a Marketo integration with Salesforce is automation. It can help you to get the most out of Salesforce. Also, Marketo gives you the ability to use Salesforce with 550+ native integrations right out of the box. To learn how to avoid the most common Marketo Salesforce integration mistakes, keep reading.

Marketo Salesforce Integration: Made to Go Together

Marketo is the strongest marketing automation platform around. It empowers you to integrate with Salesforce CRM seamlessly. Marketo has cemented its status as the premier marketing automation tool for companies that like to do things their own way. Marketo offers many customization and personalization options. It allows users to craft carefully customized campaigns. More importantly, it enables users to create campaigns that are more in line with a company’s unique needs. By integrating Marketo and Salesforce, you can create a powerful CRM and marketing automation workflow. The combination will allow your business and marketing team to find and reach your target audience. However, you’ll do so with greater ease by combining these two technology powerhouses.

Still, there are a few things that you should consider before you start the Marketo Salesforce journey.



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Benefits of Marketo Salesforce Integration

You may have already deployed Salesforce and have been considering a Marketo integration. If so, you might wonder about the benefits of merging the two technologies. Marketo offers powerful analytics. Its analytical tools will enable you to track and demonstrate the effectiveness of your marketing campaigns. For instance, it will help you to pinpoint the source of your most qualified leads. You’ll know the value of each individual marketing channel to confidently decide between doubling down on ABM campaigns or building intent-based nurture sequences for SMB prospects, for example. You can also use Marketo reporting to track the performance of email campaigns. Marketo allows you to track the performance of your website as well as overall marketing campaign performance. Marketo provides powerful lead management tools. It enables you to nurture leads based on engagement and product interest. You can also act based on user behavior and demographics.

You can accomplish this task using Marketo targeted, behavior-activated follow-ups. With Marketo, following up on leads becomes second nature.

How Marketo Salesforce Integration Works

By pairing Marketo with Salesforce, you can supercharge your sales process. Resultantly, your sales team can focus their efforts. Marketo empowers your sales team to move faster. More importantly, it simplifies their work.

With the platform, sales personnel can identify leads and channel them through the sales funnel. They can also take advantage of lead scoring with Marketo Salesforce integration. Lead scoring will enable your sales team to recognize customers who are ready to buy. At this stage, you can decide when and if you want to engage the customer further. With lead scoring, you can assign positive and negative scores. The scores are based on customer behavior, location and other factors. This feature enables you to highlight your most promising leads. Resultantly, you can track your high potential buyers more closely.

Marketo Salesforce integration enables you to trigger actions automatically. These actions may include emails and targeted campaigns. With the dynamic duo of Salesforce and Marketo, this kind of rapid deployment becomes the status quo. Despite these powerful features, Marketo Salesforce integration is relatively straightforward. All that’s needed to get started is your CRM credentials. You’ll also need your custom fields and objects. Now, you can sync information between the two platforms quickly.

#1 Database Alignment

Before you get started with the integration, you’ll need to think about how you’ll align your Marketo and Salesforce databases. Here, you have two possible options—full or partial database sync. With full database sync, both databases share all the same information. This method is a best practice and recommended for all companies.

Full database sync eliminates the risk of duplication. It also ensures transparency throughout the sales funnel. With partial sync, you’d take a lead lifecycle approach. You’ll also need to consider the lead sync flow. You’ll only migrate sales-ready leads in the Marketo database to the Salesforce database with partial sync. In this way, sales staff will only see active leads. However, partial sync can result in duplicates. You’ll also want to consider the hierarchy and setup of your Salesforce CRM. It’s a good idea to give Marketo close to System Admin rights. You also want to give Marketo access to the highest level of your Salesforce role hierarchy. By doing so, Marketo can see everything in Salesforce.

Marketo only writes to Salesforce Lead, Contact and Campaign objects. However, it can read from Account and Opportunity objects. Here, it’s important to pay attention to Marketo integration documentation. You want to ensure the Marketo sync user is configured properly to eliminate errors.

#2 Excessive Sync Time

There’s no way to perform the sync in less than five minutes. However, there are steps that you can take to make sure that the process goes as fast as possible. Firstly, you’ll want to perform updates during your downtime. You’ll most certainly slow down your network if you try to perform a large, bulky data update during working hours.

This kind of oversight will only frustrate your sales and marketing team—and your customers. Instead, it’s better to perform large updates during off-hours, such as evenings and weekends. It also helps to deselect any unnecessary records. The sales team doesn’t need the entire picture of your CRM database. Highlighting the most relevant marketing fields can help to speed up the synching process. It’s also helpful to hide any unneeded records. Again, you want to identify the records that the entire team does not need to access.

These tips can help you to sink your company information in the shortest time possible.

Identifying Integration Issues

In some cases, you may run into trouble synching Marketo with Salesforce. There are a few reasons why this might occur.

You might notice a problem with Marketo Salesforce integration if your CRM information hasn’t synched in several hours after performing the initial sync. Alternatively, the “Sync lead with Sales” feature may not work. You may also notice an issue if activity history items or tasks aren’t getting sent to Salesforce. Before you start troubleshooting, you’ll want to go to the admin page and check the Last Synced time. If it’s been more than an hour since the last sync, there are a couple of things you can try. You want to take note of whether you made any large changes to your Salesforce database. This may include adding custom fields or changing several field values. Large changes to the Salesforce database take longer to sync to Marketo. You may also want to check your Salesforce username, password and token. For instance, you may have changed your Salesforce password recently.

Alternatively, you may have reset your security token. In either case, you’ll want to click on Edit Credentials and enter the new information in Marketo. If your password changes, your security token does as well. Resultantly, you must change them both at the same time.

These are the basic steps that you can take to resolve Marketo Salesforce integration issues. However, sometimes a troubled integration requires the help of an expert. A skilled Salesforce Admin can help.

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