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If you’ve been keeping up with this series, you’ve got your audience defined and designed creative to match. You’ve constructed smart Google Display Network campaigns to get those users pouring into your funnel. Now let’s talk some of the most powerful targeting capabilities of all. In addition to advertising on the GDN, Facebook is a platform you must use to reach your target personas.
This is Part 2 of my blog series on crafting and executing killer demand gen strategies. In Part 1, I discussed building out various personas to target, as well as how to craft the right creative. Now let’s chat through how to actually target these personas! Both Google Display Network and Facebook have great audience targeting capabilities that allow you to get in front of y ...
When embarking on demand generation channels such as Facebook and Google Display Network, it is important to first ensure that you understand your core audiences and how to best speak to them. The first two initiatives that you should prioritize during the set-up phase is determining the types of audiences and personas you want to target – as well as crafting the right creativ ...
As Q4 approaches, it’s crucial that you plan to capitalize on all the traffic that comes with it. We all know how effective search is, but it’s also limited to those already in the hunt for what you’re offering. To continue to scale, you need to effectively get in front of audiences that aren’t yet interested – but could be! – in your service/product.
Remarketing is always one of the most powerful tools in an ecommerce marketer’s belt, but it takes on added importance in Q4. With the holidays fast approaching, you can do a good amount of prep work now to put yourself in a great position to capitalize on the holiday rush. I’ve outlined my five favorite remarketing strategies below. 1.
There are millions of people on Pinterest, searching, pinning, and sharing – so it’s important to recognize its potential for building awareness and filling the top of the funnel, particularly for ecommerce companies. This blog will discuss a couple of recommended targeting types within Pinterest to help fill the top of the funnel and essentially build up your audience.
It happens to every AdWords practitioner at some point. We launch our campaigns, split out exact match and broad match, mine for queries, work on expansions, test different initiatives, run betas, etc. – and then we hit a wall. What do we do next? How do we continue to push forward and scale our paid search accounts to capitalize on intent? Below are a few strategies to break ...
The digital ink spilled over ecommerce and product remarketing best practices is pretty prolific, but we still frequently see major opportunities being missed when we take over new client accounts. In this post, I’ll break down four mistakes I see all too often and explain why ecommerce marketers should look to remedy them ASAP. Without further ado… Lack of proper brand vs.
When most people think Facebook advertising, they think B2C marketing. Many tend to assume that B2B marketing on Facebook doesn’t make sense or would not be effective – because it would be too hard to get in front of professionals, decision makers, and the right industry positions, and even if you do, they’re not in the mood to think about business if they’re browsing Facebook.
We all know that Facebook is a viable source of huge amounts of mobile traffic with relatively cheap CPCs (cost per click). It’s too good an opportunity to ignore in today’s digital landscape – even if your mobile landing-page experience isn’t up to snuff. Maybe you’ve got a completely new mobile experience in the works, but you don’t want to pass up a few months of good traff ...
Everyone knows that remarketing is an efficient method of bringing back users to get them to convert. But are you being smart about your remarketing efforts? It’s not a one-size-fits-all endeavor; segmentation is a huge part of the picture. In other words, don’t just dump everyone who has visited your site and remarket to them; think about how you can segment visitors into gr ...
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.