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Aug 4, 2021 11:15:00 AM

3 Ways To Annoy People With Your Retargeted Ads

Retargeting has been proven time and time again to be one of the most effective ways to reach an audience. By reminding website visitors of their past interest in a product, service, or brand, advertisers are able to reach out and bring them back through the networks and sites they have interacted with.

Simple and cost-effective, there’s every reason to use retargeting as part of your advertising campaign. But, as with every other strategy, too much of a good thing can be a bad thing.

Read on for 3 of the worst ways to annoy people with your retargeted ads.

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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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Jun 28, 2021 11:00:00 AM

3 Things Media Buyers Can Do To Make Their Lives Easier

Most businesses know that establishing a reliable presence and identity online is one of the most crucial things that any business can do to make a mark in their chosen industry. While there are numerous forms of advertising available to help companies achieve this goal, one of the more popular options can be found in the form of media buying.

To become an amazing media buyer, and minimize the complexities involved with online advertising today, you need to master the art of getting maximum value for your money. The following tips can help media buyers when it comes to enhancing brand identity, ultimate ad viewability, and successful user interaction.

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Jun 24, 2021 10:45:00 AM

3 Key Reasons Why You Should Invest In Retargeting

Retargeting has become the tactic of choice for the modern marketer - and for good reason. Also commonly referred to as behavioral retargeting or remarketing the term is defined as a type of online advertising where certain products or services are targeted to specific users based on their previous interactions with a brand.

How Does Retargeting Work?

When a user visits a particular online retailer’s website (for example) and browses for a product, a record of that interaction is stored on their computer in the form of a cookie. A programmatic retargeting campaign can then access that cookie the next time a user visits a site with an appropriate ad buy; view the record of the product the user was looking at and serve up ads that are designed to showcase that product in greater detail.

Because retargeting only focuses on previously engaged website visitors, it tends to be more effective than many other forms of online advertising.

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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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Dec 21, 2020 12:29:00 PM

What Makes For a Really Great Retargeting Campaign?

A rather unimpressive 2% of shoppers will convert during their first visit to an online store. This means that 98% of your customers could be slipping through the cracks - and that's where retargeting comes in.

The concept of retargeting in advertising focuses on allowing your brand to zero in on those 98% of visitors, giving them a second, third, fourth and fifth chance to convert. It allows you to show tailored ads to potential customers via social media, search engines, and other websites. They see your advertisements, click back into your website, and convert. Retargeting is a way for you to stay connected to your potential customers, feeding all of the stages of your marketing funnel with engagement, brand recall, and conversions.

Of course, the more amazing your retargeting campaign is, the more successful you are likely to be. Though this is a concept that has been proven to be effective, it's also worth noting that a poorly conducted campaign could hurt or hinder your marketing efforts. With that in mind, here are some best practices to follow when you're wondering what makes for a good retargeting campaign.

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Jul 21, 2020 11:15:00 AM

Advertise With Retargeting Platforms That Follow The Kaizen Way

Retargeting platforms seem to be popping up everywhere these days. It appears that any company with the ability to create and implement a segment pixel is claiming that they are a formal retargeting platform. Be careful. There’s a big difference between providing a segment pixel to be used in a retargeting campaign and offering a high quality auto-optimizing retargeting service through your online advertising platform.

 

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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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