HubSpot Integration

Alooma can read and replicate many of the HubSpot objects from your HubSpot account. This allows you to, among other scenarios, merge contact and email events with other data in Alooma to get deeper insights on your business.


Alooma synchronizes HubSpot data by default every 30 minutes. Since each synchronization contributes to your HubSpot API calls count, we pull all HubSpot data incrementally, to be as efficient as possible with your API quota.

Setting up the integration

You can connect HubSpot to Alooma in just a few steps:

  1. Add your HubSpot input from Alooma's plumbing screen.

  2. Give your HubSpot input a name. The name will appear in the plumbing screen, but the names of the events themselves will be based on the replicated object names.

  3. Supply your HubSpot API Key. You can find this by following HubSpot's instructions, in short:

    1. Navigate to your HubSpot Account Menu and select Integrations.

    2. Select HubSpot API key from the left side menu.

    3. As an Account Administrator, click the blue View Key button.

  4. Select the objects you'd like to stream to Alooma (by default we pull all the supported tables).

    To add other objects, such as Companies, or if you have created custom properties for your Hubspot objects you'd like enabled, contact Alooma Support.

  5. [Optionally] Under Advanced Settings you can:

    1. Change the pull frequency. As stated above, if you choose to pull more frequently, your data will be fresher, but we'll use more of your HubSpot API calls.

    2. Limit the number of daily API calls Alooma can make to HubSpot.

      If you limit the daily calls, we'll pick up where we left off the next day. We recommend at least 100 calls per table, or we may miss data.

    3. Keep the mapping mode to the default of OneClick if you'd like Alooma to automatically map all HubSpot tables directly to your data destination. Otherwise, they'll have to be mapped manually from the Mapper screen.

That's it, you're ready to replicate your HubSpot objects to your data destination!

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