This package enables you to better understand your Hubspot email and engagement performance. The output includes models for contacts, companies, and deals with enriched email and engagement metrics. It also includes analysis-ready event tables for email and engagement activities.
This package contains transformation models, designed to work simultaneously with our Hubspot source package. A dependency on the source package is declared in this package’s
packages.yml file, so it will automatically download when you run
dbt deps. The primary outputs of this package are described below. Intermediate models are used to create these output models.
|hubspot__companies||Each record represents a company in Hubspot, enriched with metrics about engagement activities.|
|hubspot__company_history||Each record represents a change to a company in Hubspot, with
|hubspot__contacts||Each record represents a contact in Hubspot, enriched with metrics about email and engagement activities.|
|hubspot__contact_history||Each record represents a change to a contact in Hubspot, with
|hubspot__contact_lists||Each record represents a contact list in Hubspot, enriched with metrics about email activities.|
|hubspot__deals||Each record represents a deal in Hubspot, enriched with metrics about engagement activities.|
|hubspot__deal_stages||Each record represents a deal stage in Hubspot, enriched with metrics deal activities.|
|hubspot__deal_history||Each record represents a change to a deal in Hubspot, with
|hubspot__email_campaigns||Each record represents a email campaign in Hubspot, enriched with metrics about email activities.|
|hubspot__email_event_*||Each record represents an email event in Hubspot, joined with relevant tables to make them analysis-ready.|
|hubspot__email_sends||Each record represents a sent email in Hubspot, enriched with metrics about opens, clicks, and other email activity.|
|hubspot__engagement_*||Each record represents an engagement event in Hubspot, joined with relevant tables to make them analysis-ready.|
Include in your
packages: - package: fivetran/hubspot version: [">=0.5.0", "<0.6.0"]
By default this package will look for your Hubspot data in the
hubspot schema of your target database. If this is not where your Hubspot data is, please add the following configuration to your
... config-version: 2 vars: hubspot_source: hubspot_database: your_database_name hubspot_schema: your_schema_name
For additional configurations for the source models, please visit the Hubspot source package.
When setting up your Hubspot connection in Fivetran, it is possible that not every table this package expects will be synced. This can occur because you either don’t use that functionality in Hubspot or have actively decided to not sync some tables. In order to disable the relevant functionality in the package, you will need to add the relevant variables. By default, all variables are assumed to be
true (with exception of
hubspot_contact_merge_audit_enabled). You only need to add variables for the tables you would like to disable or enable respectively:
... config-version: 2 vars: # Marketing hubspot_marketing_enabled: false # Disables all marketing models hubspot_contact_enabled: false # Disables the contact models hubspot_contact_list_enabled: false # Disables contact list models hubspot_contact_list_member_enabled: false # Disables contact list member models hubspot_contact_property_enabled: false # Disables the contact property models hubspot_email_event_enabled: false # Disables all email_event models and functionality hubspot_email_event_bounce_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_deferred_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_delivered_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_dropped_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_forward_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_click_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_opens_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_print_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_sent_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_spam_report_enabled: false hubspot_email_event_status_change_enabled: false hubspot_contact_merge_audit_enabled: true # Enables contact merge auditing to be applied to final models (removes any merged contacts that are still persisting in the contact table) # Sales hubspot_sales_enabled: false # Disables all sales models hubspot_company_enabled: false hubspot_deal_enabled: false hubspot_deal_company_enabled: false hubspot_deal_contact_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_enabled: false # Disables all engagement models and functionality hubspot_engagement_contact_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_company_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_deal_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_calls_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_emails_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_meetings_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_notes_enabled: false hubspot_engagement_tasks_enabled: false
This package allows you to specify which email metrics (total count and total unique count) you would like to be calculated for specified fields within the
hubspot__email_campaigns model. By default, the
email_metrics variable below includes all the shown fields. If you would like to remove any field metrics from the final model, you may copy and paste the below snippet and remove any fields you want to be ignored in the final model.
... vars: email_metrics: ['bounces', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'clicks', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'deferrals', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'deliveries', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'drops', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'forwards', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'opens', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'prints', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'spam_reports', #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. 'unsubscribes' #Remove if you do not want metrics in final model. ]
Additionally, this package includes all source columns defined in the macros folder. We highly recommend including custom fields in this package as models now only bring in a few fields for the
ticket tables. You can add more columns using our pass-through column variables. These variables allow for the pass-through fields to be aliased (
alias) and casted (
transform_sql) if desired, but not required. Datatype casting is configured via a sql snippet within the
transform_sql key. You may add the desired sql while omitting the
as field_name at the end and your custom pass-though fields will be casted accordingly. Use the below format for declaring the respective pass-through variables.
... vars: hubspot__deal_pass_through_columns: - name: "property_field_new_id" alias: "new_name_for_this_field_id" transform_sql: "cast(new_name_for_this_field as int64)" - name: "this_other_field" transform_sql: "cast(this_other_field as string)" hubspot__contact_pass_through_columns: - name: "wow_i_can_add_all_my_custom_fields" alias: "best_field" hubspot__company_pass_through_columns: - name: "this_is_radical" alias: "radical_field" transform_sql: "cast(radical_field as string)" hubspot__ticket_pass_through_columns: - name: "property_mmm" alias: "mmm" - name: "property_bop" alias: "bop"
Changing the Build Schemalink
By default this package will build the HubSpot staging models within a schema titled (<target_schema> +
_stg_hubspot) and HubSpot final models within a schema titled (<target_schema> +
hubspot) in your target database. If this is not where you would like your modeled HubSpot data to be written to, add the following configuration to your
... models: hubspot: +schema: my_new_schema_name # leave blank for just the target_schema hubspot_source: +schema: my_new_schema_name # leave blank for just the target_schema
This package has been tested on BigQuery, Snowflake, Redshift, and Postgres.
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