Last week's post and episode of "Secret Sauce" for Internet marketing success was about driving traffic to landing pages. So the next step in our funnels series is retargeting.
If 100 people went to your landing page, and only 2 converted. Retargeting can give you unlimited opportunities to convert the 98 people that did not. Let’s face it not everyone is ready on that first visit to take you up on your offers. Remember the rule of 7? The avg person needs to see a message 7 times before they make a decision.
Retargeting done right keeps your business is top of mind, for when they’re ready to make a decision.
Facebook has 4 ad sizes, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter, each have 1. The other 15 sizes, are used across the the real time bidding network which covers every other website in the world besides those top 5 social media platforms.
Remember the Pilates studio example from the landing pages episode? They had 100 visitors to the landing page, 2 converted and 98 did not. One campaign will target like this. Display this ad to people that hit the landing page but DID NOT hit the thank you page. That ad would be a second chance ad.
Another campaign could target like this: show this ad to those who hit the landing page AND the thank you page. That ad would offer something that goes along with what they already bought, an upsell of some sort.
Doing retargeting correctly means showing the right ads to the right person at the right time. If you show ads to people for something they already bought can have a negative effect so, so you want to avoid doing that.
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The next episode of secret sauce is flawless follow-up, That’s all about making sure the leads you get from paid traffic and retargeting put money in your pocket because You don’t let them fall through the cracks.
Thanks for watching, see you next time.
Marketing is not just about seeing to it that a business is found by prospective customers. Today's marketer has to respect the need to show those prospective customers what they need to see to choose their business over competitors. The way to do that today is for business to cultivate the best reputation among the competition in the marketplace. Aand great online reputation is the credibility piece of this simple equation.
A businesses online reputations never been more important than it is today. There have been dozens of studies on the subject on the percentages of consumers the reviews before making a buying decision. They all put those numbers somewhere between 88% and 97% of consumers who reviews before buying. It makes it clear that a business that ignores this trend does so at its own peril.
Watch this episode of "Secret Sauce". It is about online reputation.
Millennials represent every businesses next-generation of lifelong customers. It's reported that 97% of online reviews to judge businesses they're willing to trust. that makes the key to winning this generation over getting online reviews from each and every customer. The good news is that getting reviews is not difficult, contrary to what many businesses have come to believe. The key to getting online reviews is as simple as asking for them. The simplest approach is to send an e-mail to customers that include a request, for review, appreciation for their business, and include links to two or three sites like Google, Facebook or yelp. The downside is that simple approach is you might invite bad reviews that go public before you realize that the customer was unhappy. So a more effective system is asking for feedback using a private page that you can build out of readily available online surveys and tools. When a customer gives four or five-star feedback, you can set it up so that they're given the chance to leave what they wrote online, where you need them. And it's a good idea to give them at least three choices in the question will choose the one that they use. Again, that could be Google, Facebook and Yelp.
Take a look at our free training "7 steps to 5 stars" which shows you all the steps necessary for building a system that will allow you to get reviews from your customers on autopilot.
Video marketing is now in reach of every business large or small. Check out this article that goes over the reasons why you should be investing in video marketing to grow your business. It's never been easier, and there have never been better reasons to jump in and get your feet wet using video.
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