Imagine if you had the phone number list ability to know, at a glance, who was ready to buy your product. You could easily push customers from “Oh, we’re just window shopping” to “Time to splurge on this product!” That would be ideal, right? Remember when you visited an e-commerce website and scrolled through it, but didn't buy anything, and suddenly Facebook started showing you ads for those same products and you you're like, 'Is the government watching me?
They are not. But this is where the phone number list concept of retargeting and remarketing comes in. You've probably heard these terms and probably use them interchangeably. Let me tell you right now: it's wrong. This article will dive deeper phone number list to explain how these two concepts are different so that you can use them correctly and make sure you get the most out of them.
What is Retargeting?
Since around 79% of people abandon their online shopping cart on a phone number list website, your main goal is to get them to complete their purchase. The problem is understanding who those people are who aren't making that purchase on your site. The phone number list good thing is that many of these issues can be overcome with a little nudge or by offering a little more value, like a discount. Enter retargeting.
By adding pixels (a short snippet of code) to your phone number list website, you will be able to track user actions through cookies placed in their browser. This means you will know what the user has been doing on your website and where to find them online so you can show them new personalized ads. By “following” them phone number list on the internet, you ensure that your brand is seen by them often enough that when they are ready to make that purchase, they will think of you and come back to your site. The key to retargeting is that your ads go to phone number list website visitors who have already shown an interest in your products, not to new leads.
What is remarketing?
While both of these strategies are designed phone number list to bring back customers who have bounced back to your website after taking a certain action, remarketing typically uses emails rather than ads. Think of the difference between retargeting and remarketing by sending a salesperson to the mall phone number list to find leads rather than having a salesperson come to your door. Many marketers and e-commerce store owners use both strategies – both of which involve someone who has shown interest in your product but hasn't purchased it yet – to get the best phone number list results.