Obtain your Client ID and Client Secret id from Salesforce Marketing Cloud before proceeding. Once you've obtained both id's log into Crowdskout and click Settings > Integrations > Salesforce Marketing Cloud.

Name the Salesforce Marketing Cloud connection. Make sure to name each account accordingly as this descriptive text will translate to a custom attribute. This custom attribute will tag each profile pulled in from Salesforce Marketing Cloud. Each Salesforce Marketing Cloud account added will have its own unique custom attribute that you assign upon set up. You can connect multiple Salesforce Marketing Cloud accounts once you have connected your first Salesforce Marketing Cloud account.

Under "Import Data with This Connection" you will see a toggle to regularly pull in data. If you select "Yes" this will mean that all current data in your account and all future data in your account will be pushed to Crowdskout. If you select "No" this will mean that no data pull be pulled into your account from the source and you can only manually push data from segments and lists from Crowdskout to the source.

If you select the option to pull in data from Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Crowdskout will begin a historical data migration from Salesforce Marketing Cloud over to Crowdskout. All historical email campaigns, emails, and email campaign stats will flow from Salesforce Marketing Cloud to Crowdskout. Crowdskout will pick up every new email campaign sent to your list and bring in all those statistics going forward.

Type in both the Client ID and the Client Secret id in the text fields to connect Salesforce Marketing Cloud to Crowdskout. Then click "Connect" to save your credentials and to connect your Salesforce Marketing Cloud to Crowdskout.

You can export audiences from Crowdskout to Salesforce Marketing Cloud through the Export tool.

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