You can write job results from Treasure Data directly to LinkedIn. Use this data connector to create DMP Segments, upload or update Audience Lists dynamically to your Matched Audiences. The connector supports the following features:
Auto-creates a new DMP Segment, if the Segment does not exist
Adds or removes contacts or accounts from a DMP Segment
Auto-detects and hashes the user email, if the value is not hashed
Specifies an option to skip or stop on invalid values
This topic includes:
Basic knowledge of Treasure Data
A valid LinkedIn Ad Account account
Authorized Treasure Data account access to LinkedIn advertiser account
Requirements, Limitations, and Behavior
Plain and masked (hashed) emails can be in the same column of data.
Plain emails are hashed before sending to LinkedIn.
LinkedIn limits the life span of Refresh token in 365 days.
After one year you must go through the steps to create a new Authentication to continue uploading data.
Your Audience Count can take up to 48 hours to finish uploading completely.
When users and companies are added to a DMP segment, the initial matching process can take up to 48 hours to resolve the IDs into a destination segment. When finished, the Segment status is Ready.
Use the TD Console to Create Your Connection
Create a New Connection
In Treasure Data, you must create and configure the data connection, to be used during export, prior to running your query. As part of the data connection, you provide authentication to access the integration.
Open TD Console.
Navigate to Integrations Hub > Catalog
Search for and select LinkedIn. Select Create.
The following dialog opens.
Select Click here to connect to a new account. You are redirected to LinkedIn to log in, if you haven't login yet, or to the consent page to grant access to Treasure Data.
You will be redirected back to TD console. Repeat the first step (Create a new connection) and choose your new OAuth connection.
Select Continue and name your new LinkedIn connection.
Configure Export Results in Your Data Connection
In this step, you create or reuse a query. In the query, you configure the data connection. Sometimes, you need to define the column mapping in the query.
Configure the Connection by Specifying the Parameters
Open the TD Console.
Navigate to Data Workbench > Queries.
Select the query that you plan to use to export data.
Select Export Results located at top of your query editor. The Choose Integration dialog opens.
You have two options when selecting a connection to use to export the results, using an existing connection or creating a new one.
Use an Existing Connection
Type the connection name in the search box to filter.
Select your connection.
The Export Results dialog opens.
Enter your Ad Account ID.
Create a New LinkedIn Connection
Select New Integration and select LinkedIn from Type dropdown.
The Create Integration dialog opens.
Select the Catalog link to go to the Catalog page.
Complete the steps described previously in "Create a new connection", including the creation of an OAuth connection.
Enter the required credentials for your new LinkedIn connection.
Complete the Export Results
Set the following parameters and select Done.
Ad Account ID (required)
Your Ad Account ID
Contact List (Users) or Account List (Companies)
Segment Name (required)
DMP Segment name
Segment Description (optional)
DMP Segment description
DMP Segment Mode
Add or Remove. If mode = Add and Segment Name does not exist, a DMP with the provided name will be created.
Ignore Invalid Records
Option to ignore invalid rows and to continue importing others. Invalid rows are listed in the job log. If this option is not selected (by default), jobs terminate when an invalid record is encountered and uploaded data is not reverted.
Column Name for the Query
The LinkedIn data connector understands and interprets only the following columns and data types. You must modify alias column names to match with the following specified columns:
Applicable for Contact List (Users)
An input request will be validated and it will fail if the following validation rules are not met:
User's emails, SHA256 hashed emails or SHA512 hashed emails. User's email will be SHA256 hashed before sending to LinkedIn.
|google_aid||string||optional||A plain text string with a maximum length of 32 characters and all in lower case. For example, cdda802e-fb9c-47ad-0794d394c912....|
|apple_idfa||string||optional||A plain text string with a maximum length of 32 characters and all upper case. For example, EA7583CD-A667-48BC-B806-42ECB2B48606....|
|first_name||string||optional||A plain text string with max length 35 characters representing the first name of the contact to match e.g. Mike|
|last_name||string||optional||A plain text string with max length 35 characters representing the last name of the contact to match e.g. Smith|
|company||string||optional||A plain text string with max length 50 characters representing the company name of the contact to match e.g. Microsoft Corporation|
|title||string||optional||A plain text string with max length 50 characters representing the title name of the contact to match e.g. Software Engineer|
|country||string||optional||ISO standardized two letter country code e.g. US|
Applicable for Account List (Companies). At least one of these columns is required.
A string representing the company name of this company.
The company website domain.
The company email domain (sometimes different from the website domain).
Example Queries to Populate LinkedIn Data
From Treasure Data, run the following query with export results into a connection for LinkedIn:
The following example query uploads all emails to the existing DMP Segment specified by Segment Name if DMP Segment Mode is specified as Add. Or a new DMP Segment with the specified name will be created before uploading hashed emails.
The following example query uploads Account List to specified DMP Segment if DMP Segment Mode is specified as Add
Use of Scheduled Jobs for Export (Optional)
You can use Scheduled Jobs with Result Export to periodically write the output result to a target destination that you specify.