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Jul 28, 2021 8:30:00 AM

Psychological Tricks To Boost Your Retargeting Campaigns

People desert websites for various reasons. If you’re lucky, they’ll come back to finish what they started; if you’re unlucky, they will forget all about it. ‘Abandoners can be hot prospects, andcompanies often invest a lot of time and moneyon retargeting (paid media) and remarketing (sending a series of abandonment recovery emails), to persuade consumers to re-visit their purchases.

Here are some techniques from the world of psychology that you canincorporate into your remarketing or retargeting campaigns, to stimulate the buy’ button in your visitors’ brains.

1. Foot in the Door Technique

Sometimes visitors abandon because they are not ready to buy yet, i.e. some shoppers like to add items to their carts over several visits before they check out.Although these visitors may convert later, you can reinforce their decision to buy from you by using the Foot in the Door technique.The principle behind the technique is this: Make a small request of your customer (a micro-conversion) first, such as asking them to join a mailing list orcreate a wish list for future purchases. If they agree to your first request, they will be more likely to respond to your next and bigger request.

Psychologists theorize that the technique works due to the human’s tendency to feel indebted to someone after they’ve had some level of interaction with that person.

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Jul 6, 2021 11:45:00 AM

Why We Love Retargeting (and you should, too!)

If you could keep your brand in front of prospects long after they’ve visited your website, wouldn’t you jump at the chance? Oh course you would. Ad retargeting gives you that opportunity—anywhere your prospects travel online, and it has proven to be an effective way to entice digital window shoppers back toa website.

 

So what is retargeting?

To put it simply, ad retargeting serves display advertisements to Web users after they have left an advertiser’s website. For instance, you’re on bestbuy.com looking at laptops. You leave the site and visit another website and are shown a display ad for bestbuy.com. That is retargeting in action.

The idea is that a user who initially visits your website is a warm lead, and is likely to make a purchase. An effective retargeted ad will hopefully get that user back and convince him or her to make a purchase.

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Apr 30, 2021 11:45:00 AM

5 Ways to Avoid Banner Ad Fatigue

Although some people believe that banner ads are losing their relevancy - the statistics suggest otherwise, with approximately 64% of marketers increasing the amount of money they spent on display advertising in 2013. This year, display advertising is forecast to grow by a further 21% - but how do you make sure that your display creative is as effective as it should be?

Advertisement fatigue and banner blindness are two common, and highly detrimental problems in the world of display advertising. Where banner blindness describes a users' tendency to ignore ads because they have grown used to the same old format, ad fatigue refers to the decline in click through rate and conversion after banners have been left to run for a certain amount of time. The truth is that no matter how exciting your creative may be when you first design it - after a while it will lose its novelty, and users will start to lose interest

So what can you do to make sure that your advertisements stay engaging for as long as possible? The following 5 tips should help you to kick start your advertising campaign, and avoid the strain of banner ad fatigue.

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Apr 27, 2021 4:00:00 PM

5 Tips For Designing Better Banner Ads

Banner ads are almost as old as the Internet itself. And they’re still alive and kicking. The trouble is, there are a number of issues with banner ads. If you get them wrong, at best you’re wasting your time; at worst, you’re butchering your brand.

Many online advertising experts dislike banner ads. Lots of customers even hate them. But here’s the thing: they can work extremely well. Online display advertising is an integral part of any multichannel campaign. Thanks to data and advanced analyzing techniques, businesses can verify that millions of ad impressions help drive traffic, conjure up leads and even convert.

It’s almost like it’s fashionable to slam banner ads. Opinion pieces about the sheer ineffectiveness of banner ads are commonplace, but consumer behavior often tells a different story. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. Banner ads are like any other form of advertising. They can be compelling, efficient and profitable, or intrusive, ugly and repetitive, all depending on how you design them.

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Feb 19, 2021 11:21:00 AM

How to Build a Successful Programmatic Media Buying Strategy

As a modern marketer, it's practically impossible to ignore the impact that programmatic media buying is having on the digital world. The technology involved with programmatic buying is having a profound impact on the way that consumers interact with brands, as well as the way that brands develop a greater return on their investments. Programmatic buying, which programmatic media buying automates the purchase of media, has demonstrated an unprecedented amount of efficiency in a world where customers are constantly connected to their devices.

As the rise of programmatic buying continues to show promise in the digital world, it's crucial for businesses and brands to stay on top of the latest updates, and understand the powerful potential this strategy has to offer. Following, we'll cover a few of the steps you'll need to consider in developing your own programmatic media buying strategy.

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Feb 16, 2021 1:44:49 PM

What’s The Difference Between Search Retargeting & Site Retargeting?

As an online advertising you have probably heard the terms “search retargeting” and “site retargeting” talked about quite often. But if this is your first foray into digital marketing, you may think these terms are interchangeable – but they are not. Here’s why.

Search Retargeting

Most people still think of search retargeting as site retargeting; the practice of targeting users who have already visited your site in the hope of getting them to come back and make a purchase. But search retargeting is entirely different.

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Jun 29, 2020 12:27:00 PM

5 Deadly Retargeting Mistakes To Avoid

Retargeting is a powerful digital marketing technique that can improve brand recall and revenue. Retargeting drives potential customers back to your website by targeting users who have previously visited your website but didn't make a purchase or take a desired action. While retargeting can be an extremely effective, high-ROI solution, if you make a mistake, it can leave you worse off than you started.

Avoid these fivecommon retargeting mistakes , and you’ll be sure to reap the rewards of a successful retargeting campaign.

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Jun 17, 2020 11:54:00 AM

Three Critical Retargeting Strategies

Depending on whom you ask, conversion rates on websites hover around the 2 - 3% mark. This leaves at least 97% of website visitors with unfinished business potential. While your maximum unrealized potential isn't likely to be 97%, it's not 0% either. Somewhere between these two extremes lies the size of the missed opportunity - and this is where retargeting comes in.

Retargeting is a tool designed to help companies reach that elusive 97% of users who don’t convert right away.These visitors abandon the sales funnel for many reasons;they mayjust be window shopping, or not have their credit card on hand; but in the highly competitive world of online advertising, it is more important than ever to maximize the value of each visitor that shows an interest in your brand.

What is retargeting?

Retargeting is an advertising strategy in which marketers attempt to 're-attract' previous website visitors by serving them with highly-targeted ad campaigns and personalized advertisements.

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May 26, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Dynamic Product Retargeting

If you haven't begun to use dynamic product advertisements in your retargeting campaigns, then you could be missing out on some serious conversions. In 2014, when Facebook increased the size of the Right-Hand column unit and introduced new dynamic capabilities into the news feed, Adroll found that companies using personalized retargeting and dynamic creatives saw an up to 115% greater click through rate.

As Facebook advertising and retargeting techniques come together to create a more cost-effective and conversion-friendly approach to modern marketing, it's no surprise that companies are searching for new and improved ways to enhance their marketing ROI and make the most of dynamic product retargeting. With that in mind, we've put together a list of what you need to know to get started with your dynamic product retargeting strategy.

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Mar 3, 2016 11:09:48 AM

Why Dynamic Ads are Here to Stay

If you work in the World of online advertising, it can seem as though there's a new buzz word appearing almost every single day. Lately, there has been a great deal of interest in the media around the idea of programmatic advertising and dynamic ads. From a marketing perspective, dynamic ads could be the next step in how to find a customer during their ideal decision making circumstances - which makes it a powerful weapon for savvy companies.

The alternative to dynamic advertising, typically referred to as native advertising, is similar to simply throwing ads into the wind and hoping they'll hit someone that might be convinced to buy your product and service. In order for you to get any results, that handful of advertisements you throw out will need to come into contact with a large number of different people. Alternatively, new digital tactics like dynamic ads are much smarter, as they are triggered by a specific action, buying decision, or demographic. This ensures that you spend as little of your ad budget as possible, while still hitting the mark for brand awareness.

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