Use Unbounce as a data source


Data Source Type: REST/URL

Unbounce API Key

Basic HTTP Authentication
Sample Query:
API Documentation: Unbounce API Documentation


Creating a data source using Unbounce

To create a data source using Unbounce, you need to accomplish four tasks:

  • Start the data source creation process
  • Craft a query and enter it into Klipfolio
  • Find your API Key
  • Authenticate and complete the data source creation process

Note: This guide assumes that you already have an active Unbounce account.

Prerequisite: Find your API key

You can request access to the Unbounce API by filling out and submitting this form. Once they have enabled API access for your account, you will need to create an API key. You can create and access API keys on your Unbounce Account Management screen.

Once you have access to the Unbounce API, follow these detailed instructions to find your API Key in Unbounce.

Prerequisite: Find your Unbounce Page ID

Depending on your query, you may need to find your Unbounce landing page ID.

To find your landing page ID,

Navigate to the list of your published landing pages in your Unbounce account, and choose a landing page.
On the information page of your landing page, navigate up to the URL, and copy your Page ID.

Copy the last series of digits at the end of the URL.

Step 1: Start the data source creation process

To create a data source using Unbounce, go to the Service Connector page in Klipfolio and select the Unbounce connector.

Step 2: Craft your query and enter it into Klipfolio

To craft a query, you will need to utilize Unbounce API documentation to help you get started on crafting a query.

Here is a sample query to help you get started:

Copy and paste your completed query URL from Unbounce into Klipfolio.

Step 3: Authenticate and complete the data source creation process

Now back in Klipfolio, on the Create Data Source page, you can complete your query.

  1. At Data Format, select JSON.
  2. At Method, select GET or POST.
  3. In the Authentication (OAuth, 2-Step, X-WSSE, or Basic) menu, under Type, select Basic HTTP Authentication.
  4. At Username, enter your API Key
  5. At Password, leave the password blank.
  6. Click Get data.
  7. Ensure this is the data you’re looking for. If you’re using Klips, optionally select the checkbox to Model your data. If you’re using PowerMetrics, which requires modelled data sources, you’ll automatically enter the modeller after clicking Continue. Learn more about modelling data sources.
  8. Click Continue.
  9. Name, choose refresh settings, and, optionally, share your data source.
  10. Click Save.

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