Tuesday, April 05, 2016

RETARGETING


Retarget Advertising

It allows you to display ads to specific prospects who have completed a certain action online. This is a form of what’s called “behavioral advertising” because you’re targeting your ads based on your prospects’ previous online browsing behavior.
The most common forms of retargeting is to display ads to prospects who have already visited certain pages on your website. For example, you could advertise to only the prospects who visited the landing page, but did not complete their orders. Or you could advertise to the prospects who requested a demo or a quote, but did not end up signing up for your service.
Since the ads are only targeting prospects who have already expressed interest in your product or service, retargeting advertising tends to have a lower cost per lead or sale than other forms of advertising.

How Does it Work?

Retargeting is actually fairly simple once you understand browser cookies. (A browser cookie is just a small file that is stored on your computer and it can include information like which webpages you have visited).Retargeting ad networks can read these cookies, determine within a split second if you have visited a certain webpage in the past, and then display the correct ad. If you have ever noticed a certain ad “following you” as you surf around online, then you’ve experienced retargeting ads.

Learn To Use Retargeting?

If you already advertising, We recommend launching a retargeting campaign for the following reason:
  1. It increase conversion rates of all of your marketing
  2. It increase your digital marketing reach

Rising The Conversion Rates

Retargeting advertising is a tool to follow up, We all know the importance of follow_up in order to close more sales. The vast majority of website visitors are not going to purchase right away, so it’s absolutely critical to follow up in order to increase your conversion rates.
The benefit of retargeting advertising is that you can use it to increase conversions across all of your marketing channels. If you’re using SEO, web marketing, social media, TV, radio, and/or any other channel to drive website traffic, then you can add retargeting to get better performance.

Increase Marketing Reach

More benefits is f.eks to increase your marketing reach with minimal additional investment. With traditional online advertising, your ads are displayed on a limited number of contextually relevant websites. And if you’re using search advertising, then you’re targeting a small handful of relevant keywords.

But clearly your prospects are visiting other websites and searching other keywords.  With retargeting ads, you can profitably expand your reach to more websites and more search keywords because you’re taking into account the fact that the prospect has already expressed interest by visiting your website in the past. This is how small businesses can get premium ad placement on large, popular websites at a fraction of the cost of traditional media buys.

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