Remarketing is a powerful way to improve ROI and increase conversions by marketing to people who have all ready visited your website.  This is an extremely valuable technique that targets an audience who already has a level of comfort and recognition with your brand. You can even precisely target just those who have visited a specific page or even certain tabs on your Facebook business page! This allows you to develop very niche advertising and market it only to those who are the most likely to respond.  When utilized correctly, increased conversions and return on your advertising dollar should follow. How do you get started retargeting your site visitors? Mannix Marketing will work with you to determine how to build an Adwords remarketing campaign that will drive customers back to your virtual door.

  • We’ll work with you to determine who to target. Should it be anyone who visits the website, or just a segment of the audience that have reached specific areas of the site? Should we target your Facebook visitors? It might be one, or a combination of many, depending on your needs.
  • What ad copy should be used in your remarketing ads and where should we display them? By utilizing highly focused ads, we can build an added level of precise targeting. Then we can determine which ads should display on what websites within the Google Display Network. This level of precise targeting is unique among other marketing efforts, allowing for increased conversions and excellent control over your advertising dollars.

What Our Clients Are Saying

With Advent and Christmas before us, I’m entering into the busiest time of my year (followed immediately by Epiphany, Lent, Easter, and Pentecost – no end in sight!). The work you guys did on my website last year increased my business by 65%!

Elizabeth Morgan | Church Linens and Vestments

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