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In digital marketing, we’re always trying to keep up with the hottest new thing – advertising methods, ad types, targeting types, etc. – being pitched heavily within the industry in general. Whether it be the “year of mobile” to the “year of RLSA,” there is always another trend to consider investing heavily in.
Retailers love the influx of revenue in Q4, but there’s another, more last gift from the spike in digital traffic: data that you can use to your advantage in 2017. In this post, we’ll cover three major ways to make Q4 the gift that keeps on giving. 1) Capture those audiences. This is the time to build remarketing lists (put this in place ASAP if you haven’t yet; it’s never too late).
We’ve talked about it for weeks, and it’s truly upon us now: holiday crunch time. Your eyes are probably crossing with all the prep and must-dos, but if you’re short on hours and would like to make sure to avert any ROI disasters before they happen, make sure to check these five items off your SEM list.
In ecommerce, there’s always a scramble to capitalize on the volume that is out there for the holidays. You’re doing additional builds, optimizing Google Shopping efforts, and using social in multiple ways to get in front of additional audiences. In the midst of all the madness, don’t forget about using dynamic search ads (DSAs) to pick up on the long tail queries users may be ...
We all know Q4 is the biggest time of the year when it comes to ecommerce. Google Shopping tends to be a strong revenue driver for businesses investing in digital marketing. So how do you make sure you are being as efficient and effective as possible on Google shopping? Below are some key tips to make sure you are capitalizing on the holiday opportunity: 1) Optimize the produ ...
A few weeks ago, we discussed how ecommerce and retail companies can best acquire new customers via Facebook Lookalike targeting. So now that you’re building your customer base, let’s study how best to keep that very valuable base engaged. Remember, your existing customers are a constant stream of revenue.
One of the most efficient types of targeting in Facebook (second to retargeting, of course) is lookalike audience targeting. Lookalike targeting is basically a targeting type that allows you to use first party data (e.g. customer lists, remarketing lists, etc.) as a seed audience to find new users with very similar characteristics, behaviors, and traits.
So we all know about RLSA (retargeted lists for search ads) and its ability to use Customer Match, but how many of us are actually taking advantage of it? The big problem with RLSA Customer Match is that in order for it to really have an impact on volume and performance, you need to have a very large customer list.
One of the biggest pain points of many small to mid size businesses in digital marketing is the fact that they have to compete against larger, more well-established brands who can afford to throw large budgets into digital marketing and pay higher CPCs to stay at the top of the SERP. For those with smaller budgets who are trying to maximize efficiency in a competitive landscap ...
5 Quick Ways to Integrate Search and Social Posted: 04.13.2016 SEM and paid social are both performance channels with particular strengths and weaknesses; SEM captures intent where Facebook doesn’t, but Facebook can open awareness to a huge new audience that AdWords can’t reached. Used intelligently together, however, these two channels can combine for a powerhouse marketing campaign.
So you’re a small or medium-sized business (SMB) and you’ve already hit a cap on how far you can go with search engine marketing and remarketing. You want to continue to scale and are considering doing it via Google Display Network (GDN), but you’re aware of the possible drawback: a lot of wasted spend on poor quality, low-intent traffic.
Use RLSA and Remarketing to Seal the Deal Posted: 03.30.2016 Advertisers invest a lot of money to drive users to their sites, and those users can be at different stages of the funnel. Many are eager to make their decision and purchase the product/service they are looking for immediately; others may be in research mode, trying to figure out what might be best suited for their ...
Focus on Re-Engagement to Drive up ROI Posted: 03.29.2016 Many companies tend to focus on acquiring new customers but often forget to re-engage their current customers. It’s important to focus a portion of your budget on re-engaging these users as they can be an excellent stream of revenue (and they’re already familiar with your brand).
Lookalike Audiences – a Quick-Start Guide Posted: 03.28.2016 One of the most efficient types of targeting in Facebook (2nd to retargeting, of course!) is lookalike audience targeting. Lookalike targeting is basically a targeting type in Facebook that allows you to use 1st-party data (e.g. customer lists, remarketing lists, etc.
So you’ve realized, for one reason or another, that it’s time to crank up the volume of your business and invest in digital marketing. You’ll be faced with an immediate question: there are so many different channels in digital marketing, which one do you try first? Well, the first step is knowing what each channel does, then we can narrow down your options with some recommendations.
11 Critical Tips for Optimized LPs Posted: 02.17.2016 In our last post, we discussed how important it is for our overall website to be up to par. This post will get into details of using landing pages to make sure we are setting things up with direct response performance in mind. First, let’s make a quick distinction between a website and landing pages.
What Are the Biggest SMB Challenges in Digital Marketing? Posted: 02.10.2016 Today, we’re announcing a new division of 3Q Digital: 3Q Accelerate, designed to unlock the growth potential of SMBs with big ideas. In my time at 3Q Digital, I’ve encountered tons of SMBs with a number of common challenges in designing and executing on a great digital strategy.
11 Critical Tips for Optimized LPs Posted: 02.03.2016 In our last post, we discussed how important it is for our overall website to be up to par. This post will get into details of using landing pages to make sure we are setting things up with direct response performance in mind. First, let’s make a quick distinction between a website and landing pages.
How to Optimize Websites and Landing Pages for SMBs, Part 1 As a small-to-mid-size business, your goals are to drive revenue and grow your business as efficiently as possible. Before even launching any digital marketing initiatives, it is crucial that your website and landing page are as up to par as possible.