Don’t Forget About your Best Prospects
Does your business have a long sales cycle? High cost per sale? Usually not a split second buying decision?
Bring your non-converting website visitors back to your site for a second chance to make the sale. Or if they did convert into a customer, resell other add-on products or services.
Retargeting technology serves up advertisements to prospects computers who have previously visited your website. When your visitors reach your site, they are served up display ads for your offer as they browse the rest of the internet. This can be used to bring back lost prospects or sell other offers to current customers.
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Retarget Your Website Visitors
Use advanced retargeting methods to serve your custom display ads to previous visitors as they surf the web. You can also choose to select different messages to types of visitors based on how they arrived (google, facebook, direct) whether or not a prospect converts into a customer, or their browsing history with your companies website.
We can send different offers to your website visitors depending on what actions they took or pages they visited on your website. This gives you the opportunity to cross-sell to buyers or just keep in front of the visitors who have yet to make a purchase.
Choose the Correct Frequency
Some businesses have a longer sales cycle, or need more repeated views to generate a sale. Create a custom frequency for your advertisements.
Previous website visitors can be some of your best prospects. They already showed a previous interest by arriving on your website. Marketing to these prospects usually results in a larger ROI than new visitors.
Close the Sale
- Remarket to your visitors
- Target display ads to prospects with a previous interest in your business
- Keep your brand top of mind to consumers
- Attempt to close lost prospects
What’s in it for your business?
- Remarket all visitors, or deliver different messages to segments of your website traffic
- Maximize ROI by closes lost sales
- Complete analytic tracking in real-time