AWeber - Matt H
posted this on July 27, 2012 02:55 PM
If you're using Salesforce and AWeber together, you can now keep tabs on which of your Salesforce contacts are subscribers to specific lists in your AWeber account.
Note:This integration requires access to Salesforce's API. You may need an Enterprise or Unlimited account with Salesforce in order to use their API.
Step by Step Instructions
In your Salesforce account, click your username, then choose "Setup."
Note: You will need admin access to Salesforce in order to properly setup the integration.
On the "Setup" page, under "App Setup," choose "Customize," then "Leads," then "Fields."
Here, next to "Lead Custom Fields & Relationships," click the "New" button.
On the new page, select the "Text" option, then click "Next."
Next, you'll need to choose a name for the field that you'll see in Salesforce (the "Field Label") - this can be anything you would like. You must then set Length to 255, and Field Name to sub_list.
Note: These two values must be entered exactly as given above or the integration will not work.
Click the "Next" button to continue - don't check any of the boxes on this page.
On the final page of this process, enable the field for whatever Lead layouts you would like - we recommend all of them. Click "Save."
Once you've saved the field, double check it under Lead Custom Fields & Relationships. Under the "API Name" column, it must read "sub_list__c." If you don't see that, the integration will not work properly.
On the left side of the page under the "App Setup" section, click "Create," and then click "Apps."
Here, next to the "Connected Apps" area click the "New" button.
On the next page you will want to give a name for "Connected App Name" and "API Name." These may be chosen at your discretion (for example, you might put "AWeber" in the "Connected App Name" and "API Name" fields, and your webmaster's email address as the "Contact Email").