Integrate SharpSpring with SproutVideo

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About SharpSpring

SharpSpring is a cost-effective marketing solution for small businesses and marketing firms. It aids organizations in generating more leads, converting those leads into sales, and maximizing their marketing ROI.

About SproutVideo

SproutVideo is a video hosting platform with strong video marketing, privacy, and analytics solutions that make sharing videos online a breeze.

Want to explore SharpSpring + SproutVideo quick connects for faster integration? Here’s our list of the best SharpSpring + SproutVideo quick connects.

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  • Triggers
  • New Account

    A new Account is created in SharpSpring.

  • New Lead

    When a lead has been created in sharpspring.

  • New Opportunity

    A new Opportunity is created in SharpSpring.

  • List your folders

    Folders are a great way to organize videos in a hierarchical way within your account. Folders can contain both videos and other folders.

  • Video Deployed

    Triggers when a new video has been deployed within your account.

  • Video Watched

    Triggers when a video has been watched

  • Actions
  • Create Account

    Create an Account in SharpSpring.

  • Create Campaign

    Create a new Campaign in SharpSpring.

  • Create Lead

    Create a Lead in SharpSpring.

  • Create Opportunity

    Create Opportunity in SharpSpring. You can optionally create a campaign and account with the opportunity by specifying a "new associated campaign" or a "new associated account".

  • Update Lead

    Update a Lead in SharpSpring.

  • Update Opportunity

    Update a opportunity

  • Create Access Grant

    Create a new access grant within your sproutvideo account.

  • Create Folder

    Create a new folder within your SproutVideo account.

  • Create Viewer Login

    Create a new viewer login within your SproutVideo account.

  • Update Access Grant

    Updates the settings for an existing access grant in your SproutVideo account.

  • Upload Video

    Uploads a video to your SproutVideo account.

How SharpSpring & SproutVideo Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose SharpSpring as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick SproutVideo as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from SharpSpring to SproutVideo.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of SharpSpring and SproutVideo



Integration of SharpSpring and SproutVideo

Benefits of Integration of SharpSpring and SproutVideo

This is what we came up with. Here are some tips for creating an outline:

  • Try to keep your outline as simple and concise as possible. You can always add more information in your article if you need to. Your outline should be a road map, keeping you on track as you write your article.
  • Use the paragraph prompt as a guide when creating your outline. It will also help you stay on topic when writing your article.
  • Make sure that each paragraph in your outline references one of the four points. This way, when it comes time to write your article, you won't have to figure out what each paragraph is supposed to be about. Stay organized!

And here is our completed outline:

Now, let's get to work on our actual article.

Again, remember that this step-by-step process is simply to illustrate the process of how to write a timed article. As long as you fplow the process, it doesn't matter how long it takes you to write your article or whether or not you use an outline or any other type of structure. The only thing that matters is that your article score is accurate and the best reflection of your ability based on the task at hand.

Here's what our article looks like once it is completed:

When To Write

The test provides you with two prompts, so there are a couple options for when you can take this section. You can take it as soon as you finish the first part of the test—that way, you'll have a full hour to complete both articles without any time pressure—or you can wait until the end and take both articles back-to-back. The second option will feel more stressful, but it can be good practice for the real test where you'll have back-to-back articles with just 55 minutes total to complete them. For all official practice tests in this book, we will assume that you are taking the articles back-to-back, so if that's the route you want to take (or already took), feel free to move on to the next section. If not, go ahead and take a break before moving onto the next section.

How Many Essays

Just like in the real GRE, there are two articles for you to complete during this section of the practice test. Don't worry about writing anything down; we will provide you with separate answer sheets for each article prompt after the practice test has been scored.

Here's a breakdown of how much time you should allow yourself to spend on each article:

5 minutes. Plan and outline your article

30 minutes. Write your article

Use these times as guidelines as you write each article, but don't try to fplow them exactly. Instead, focus on making progress on your article, rather than spending too much time planning and outlining at the beginning or editing and rewriting at the end. Remember that this is a practice test so it doesn't really matter how much time you spend on each article; it only matters how well you do on them.

Now we are going to go through the process of writing one of the articles from start to finish. We will talk about how we created our outline and then walk through each step in writing our article.

How We Created Our Outline

Let's say that we were given this prompt:

We would first read through the prompt and make sure that we understood what we were being asked to do. In this case, we are being asked to compare two things and show their similarities and differences. So then we would read through the question again and think about what we might want to include in our article:

  • similarities between Skype and Facebook
  • reasons why Skype and Facebook are similar (aside from both being social networking sites)
  • differences between Skype and Facebook (aside from both being social networking sites)

Then, we would go back through the prompt once again and underline any words or phrases that might help us structure our article. In this case, “Both Skype and Facebook allow users to connect with friends and family” tells us that we could include something about connecting with people in our article. Other phrases in this prompt that tell us things we could include are “both” and “however”—each of those could help us transition into different points that we want to make about Skype versus Facebook. So then we would make an outline based on what we've discussed above:

Both Skype and Facebook allow users to connect with friends and family. However, while Skype allows users to connect with friends and family via video chat, Facebook connects its users via status updates and pictures. This means that Facebook users can connect with more people than just their friends or family members via chat rooms or messaging services like Skype. Additionally, Facebook allows its users to share videos with friends whereas Skype does not offer this function. Lastly, Facebook offers its users a platform where they can create pages for businesses or schop organizations whereas Skype does not provide this service like Facebook does. Overall, Skype allows users to communicate with each other in person whereas Facebook allows its users to communicate with each other digitally.

In order for you to get used to writing outlines for timed articles, we suggest trying out this process before doing a timed practice test where you actually have to submit your articles for scoring. When it comes time for your timed practice test, though—don't worry! We've got a process for writing them quickly enough so that you'll still have time to proofread your work before submitting it for scoring.

Step 1. Read Through The Prompt And Make Sure That You Understand It

Take some time after reading the prompt but before doing anything else to figure out exactly what you're being asked to do. This will help prevent you from getting off track when writing your article because you won't realize until it's too late that the direction you took in your article was not what was being asked of you in the prompt. If possible, try writing down one sentence that captures what you think the prompt is asking of you, just to be sure that you're focused on the right idea as you start writing your article later on.

Step 2. Read The Question A Second Time And Think About What You Might Want To Include In Your Essay

Now go back through the prompt again, this time thinking about what kind of things you might want to discuss in your article. Try to come up with 2 or 3 ideas for what you would want to include in your article related to the prompt above. You don't need a lot of ideas at this point; just try to come up with a few topics or points that jump out at you as being worthy of discussion in your article related to the prompt above:

  • similarities between Skype and Facebook
  • reasons why Skype and Facebook are similar (aside from both being social networking sites)
  • differences between Skype and Facebook (aside from both being social networking sites)

You don't need a lot of ideas right now; just jot down a few points that might help guide your thinking as you develop your outline later on:

Step 3. Go Back Through The Prompt Once Again And Underline Any Words Or Phrases That Might Help You Structure Your Essay

At this point, go back through the prompt again, but this time look for any words or phrases that might help structure your article. Look for things like transitions between paragraphs or ways that certain parts of the question relate back to certain sections of your article—anything that will allow you to organize your thoughts for better flow throughout your article later on:

Step 4. Create An Outline For Your Essay Based On Your Notes From Steps 1–3 Above

Now it's time for you to gather together all of your thoughts from Steps 1–3 above in order to create an outline for your article based on the directions from Step 4 from above:

In order for us to discuss how we actually wrote our article based on this outline, we need to first know what our specific prompt was:

Compare and contrast Skype and Facebook by describing their similarities using examples such as their purpose, design, popularity among users, etc., and discussing their differences using examples such as their purpose, design, popularity among users, etc. You may also discuss their strengths and weaknesses relative to one another as well as their importance in today's society. Be sure to support your claims

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm