Not using remarketing? You could be wasting precious ad spend.
Remarketing is an ingenious process that allows advertisers to create a more persistently memorable and powerfully effectual message, spreading it across the countless websites composing the internet. Taking the age-old adage "out of sight, out of mind" to heart, rather than let your brand message be forgotten as soon as a potential buyer leaves your brand's website, we can use remarketing to reach out across numerous channels, strategically positioning advertisements in front of the visitors of your website who completed an action during their visit, such as completing a sale, signing up for a newsletter, watching a video, or even simply visiting any page on your site.
Not only does this process inherently place your message in front of people already at least mildly aware of your brand, but also allows us to create a specific tone and verbiage perfectly aligned with the action the visitor previously completed on your site. For example, if a visitor placed a product in their shopping cart but stopped their checkout process at the Shipping Method step, creating a remarketing ad with a coupon code for free shipping provides corrective action for a potential catch point and invites the user back to the site, all while delivering the brand message only where and when it's most effective. Another clever use of remarketing ads is promoting accessory and complementary products that can accompany a previously purchased product, effortlessly redirecting people from the bottom of the funnel to the top and driving the cyclic movement of the ideal conversion cycle.
You can simply set a "Come Back In" ad to show to the past visitors of any page or you can target only visitors who spent more than 5 minutes looking at three different pages, played more than half of a video, and placed an item in their shopping cart—it's very easy to be as broad or as detailed with your messaging and targeting as you desire. In combination with limitations such as frequency capping and topic placement targeting, we make every last penny work as hard as it can to get as many leads for you as possible.
When a visitor first completes an action on your advertiser's site, such as visiting or making a purchase, a unique cookie is placed into their browser and the information associated with the cookie is recorded into a "Remarketing List". It's important to note that remarketing doesn't capture sensitive information (such as your name, email, or IP address) and removes you from any Remarketing Lists when you clear the cookies in your browser. When the user leaves and visits another site using the same advertising channel, then the channel will recognize the cookie placed by your site on the visitor's browser and display relevant remarketing ads. Easy-peasy.
Many different digital marketing channels offer their own form of remarketing and each comes with its own set of benefits.
Because remarketing displays personalized and highly relevant advertisements that run in parallel with visitors' intent, complementing it rather than mirroring it, remarketing has a much higher conversion rate and ROI, showing hefty increases in conversion rate while also dropping cost per click for a double-whammy influx in ROI—something we're always happy about! Moreover, it's no surprise since remarketing inherently utilizes every aspect of a successful ad campaign to inject your message into the internet's advertising atmosphere with maximum efficacy.
Want to know if remarketing is right for you and your website? We, the digital marketing specialists behind AppSoft Development, are always happy to help! Contact us at 800-736-9112 to chat about your brand’s current performance and how remarketing can take it to the next level.