Google Remarketing

Reach your target audience through remarketing

Imagine that you are a travel company, and you’re trying to get users interested during the holiday season about specials to certain destinations down south. Users may come to your website, look at the offers and consider a trip, but decide that the deal is still not cheap enough. Then, they continue to browse the web and may have forgotten about your site!

How do you recapture those people? You can now through a feature Google offers called remarking.

Any AdWords advertiser can use remarketing to reach users as they’re browsing the web on sites within the Google Content Network. Remarketing is a simple way to connect with users, based on their past interactions with your website.

“Here’s an example of how it works. Let’s say you’re a basketball team with tickets that you want to sell. You can put a piece of code on the tickets page of your website, which will let you later show relevant ticket ads (such as last minute discounts) to everyone who has visited that page, as they subsequently browse sites in the Google Content Network. In addition to your own site, you can also remarket to users who visited your YouTube brand channel or clicked your YouTube homepage ad.

You can also run a number of remarketing campaigns at the same time. For example, you could offer discount game tickets to users who’ve previously visited your tickets page, advertise VIP hospitality packages to users who clicked on your “How to get to the arena” page, and advertise a sale on team merchandise to users who previously visited your YouTube brand channel.

Remarketing is a great way for businesses to reach users who are likely to be highly receptive to their ads and special offers. It helps advertisers and websites get higher returns. Try it today with any of our plans $500 and up.

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