Remarketing is one of the hottest ways to reach a target audience. With remarketing, you can laser-target web users who have been to your site, browsed content or products, and maybe even abandoned shopping carts or application forms. Learn expert remarketing tips and tricks, and show users what they’re missing with a gentle nudge back to your website.
Beginning May 15th, remarketing audiences generated in Google Analytics (GA) will begin to include the (somewhat) new enhancement of cross-device functionality. When Google users opt to allow the system to associate their browsing history with their Google account (and to use that information to allow ad personalization), Google will begin to use the data collected when users are signed-in to build cross device remarketing audiences.
You’ve already invested money into your online marketing efforts. You’re driving traffic to your website through pay-per-click campaigns. You’re buying email lists and developing quality content to entice click-throughs. You’re building your social media following and are engaging with and promoting conversations with your audience. By all accounts, you are doing everything you can to fill the top of the funnel. But once you get prospects to your site, your active marketing comes to a screeching halt.
Sure, you hit them with your standard remarketing display ad and hope that when they see your logo, they’ll return to your site. But doesn’t it seem a little counter-productive to spend all this time, money and resources to drive traffic, only to turn your marketing efforts on auto-pilot after they’ve become a warm lead?
Use these four strategies to optimize your remarketing campaigns and leverage this powerful advertising medium.Read More
Retargeted consumers are 70% more likely to complete a purchase as compared to non-retargeted consumers. But remarketing is not only about conversions; in fact, it is an extremely cost effective way of building brand awareness. Simply put, remarketing is a “must-do” in your interactive advertising efforts.
One very effective way to leverage Google Analytics data to target users who are most likely to convert when they come back to a site is to use “Smart Lists”. In the words of Google, “a Smart List is a remarketing audience that Google Analytics generates to maximize your conversions.”Read More