Remarketing increases conversions
on your website
Remarketing is an essential element of marketing in today’s world. It builds a brand profile and increases the confidence of potential customers.
B2B buyers search for suppliers or people to solve their problems well before you are aware they are even in the market. They often seek answers to their questions, taking them on a journey of discovery. Their first contact with you may be a low priority for them. Still, over time the issue increases; their knowledge of the problem grows, accumulating to it becoming a high priority for the company.
Staying connected with people who visit your website is an important part of your retargeting and remarketing strategy. Research shows that, on average, it can take 5 to 7 times for people to remember your brand. It is important to keep your brand out there, so people recognise it, and remarketing provides a very focused method of achieving this. The more times they view your brand, the more likely they will re-engage with your website and company.
Remarketing can be delivered through several mediums. Marketing automation is a personal branding opportunity, whereas social media provides opportunities across multiple platforms. Incognito visitors to your website can be reconnected with through remarketing, building their confidence to connect with you.
Remarketing is cost-effective and can increase the conversion of site visitors to leads by over 350 percent.
Understanding the buyer journeyThrough our research in the development of the marketing strategy, remarketing campaigns can be designed to synchronise with the buyer behaviour and sales cycle of your product and services. As B2b digital marketing specialists, we fully understand the unique requirements of business marketing and implement remarketing strategies into each campaign that we run. We understand:
- B2B buyers engage with multiple decision-makers within their company
- B2B products and services are typically more complex and expensive. Trust and knowledge are high priorities in the selection process.
- B2B sales cycle is longer, requiring engagement beyond the first site visit