93% of site visitors do not return to a website
A shocking statistics perhaps, but one to think about. After all, how often do you return to websites you found online? The trick to attract more previous visitors is a remarketing.
What is a remarketing?
Without any doubt, you also have been a victim of it in the past. Whenever you looked up a product on, for example, Amazon, for the following few weeks your browser would show you ads of that same product.
How does it work?
When visitors land on your website, they can become distracted and leave your website without a buy, but they still need your product or service. As part of remarketing, they will be reminded about your website and your product or service via remarketing ads for a few weeks, until most likely they will take an action (e.g. fill in a call to action form or buy a product). If they filled in a form, you can now follow up with emails and more direct approach.
So why is it that you don’t have this yet?
Even if you don’t run Google AdWords (Ads) or have an SEO campaign running, you need to find the best approach to convert your old website visitors. If your website is structured well you can do amazing things with it. To be fair if you never set up an AdWords Campaign setting up a more advanced remarketing campaign might be a better approach. Then, move on to do the Google AdWords and Facebook Ads.
Have it Done For You
I care about businesses being marketing savvy and using the internet to grow their business. Thus, I offer a few options to get you started using remarketing simple guidance to make sure it is all set up to complement your AdWords Campaigns.
Just fill in the form below and mention remarketing and any other business requirements.