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6 advanced Retargeting & Remarketing strategies

Advanced Retargeting & Remarketing strategies

Many businesses these days are finding the need to advertise their products through the programmatic advertising world. Retargeting and Remarketing campaigns are considered strong and usually have a positive ROI. In this whitepaper we discover and explain some ‘advanced’ Retargeting and Remarketing strategies.  

For example, it is not a secret that you can easily create a Facebook account, a Facebook company page and in no time you can have a ‘social’ programmatic campaign up and running with Facebooks’ Ads Manager. However, because the CPM’s for Facebook inventory are relatively high, we outline and explain techniques that allow you to make the most of your budget using a much more clever approach.

There are a many ways in which advertisers can boost the performance of their campaigns. Particularly, this article outlines those related to Retargeting (impact users that have interacted with a programmatic campaign by either clicking in the ad or just seeing it) and Remarketing (impact users that have visited a specific website whose ID has been gathered - for example - by using an html tag).

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Performance Based Advertising & The Funnel – Advanced

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The Funnel

Agencies and advertisers like simplicity. They like to pay a fixed fee for a conversion. Either doing performance based advertising on desktop/laptop, tablet or mobile inventory; it’s all about that fixed fee (stimulated by the well know last click attribution model). Isn’t the customer journey more complex than clicking on a banner and buying a product? Of course it is.

Marketers like the word ‘touchpoint’ for a reason; there are many points a consumer touches before committing to an online or offline purchase. A touchpoint can be a TV commercial, a friend with a recommendation, an Out-Of-Home ad, an ad in print or; a display banner on a mobile device or computer. It’s that first touch that implants a desire to purchase/own a product.

 

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Performance Based Advertising on mobile devices

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Performance Based Advertising – the basics

It’s a hot topic. Mobile will be – or already is – the biggest channel for online purchases. A significant amount of research suggests that various countries have passed the tipping point of having more online purchases via mobile devices compared to desktop and tablet. While a couple of years ago researchers concluded that the mobile device is mainly used for product orientation; today, the majority of actual purchases are being performed on mobile devices. Secondarily there is the fact that apps play a huge role in today’s shopping behaviour. Brands have their own apps, online shops have their own apps and in many cases a product is simply an app. In this whitepaper we explore the status quo concerning Performance Based Advertising within the mobile channel. 

Clothes, groceries, electrical equipment, sport related products, health products, travel or finance products; it doesn’t matter what the product is, theoretically it can be bought using a mobile device. Just like almost every product can be bought online using a desktop, laptop or tablet. The purchases (or; conversions) can be stimulated by different online marketing tools. Performance Based Advertising means that a tech vendor (of a certain marketing tool) will only get paid a fixed amount for every conversion that is achieved. With this, the risk for the product owner (or; shop) is practically zero.

 

 

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