Retargeting has been an advertiser’s best friend for over a decade now, and for good reason. If someone was just on your website vetting your product, there’s a very good chance they’re in the market for what you have to offer, or they wouldn’t have found & visited your site in the first place. But … Continue reading Retargeting Other Sites is Here to Stay. Here’s Why You Should Pay Attention.
Get early access and start repixeling >> For over a year now, advertisers have been able to use just one pixel across their various web properties. For example, if you own a Health & Beauty business with 10 product lines, you could spin up just one Facebook pixel, put it on your various web properties, … Continue reading The Amazing Benefits of Retargeting Someone Else’s Sites
Summary: As an advertiser, you are billed for each page view that the website you're repixeling receives, and Facebook’s match rate is not 100%, so not all visitors will be targetable. In addition, every website has a certain percent of repeat visitors. Please make sure to keep this in mind when setting your daily budget … Continue reading As An Advertiser, What Event Taken by Visitors on the Site Owner’s Website Do I Pay For?
Writing a blog is tough work. You spend hours brainstorming, putting together outlines, writing amazing content, the works, and if you're successful, eventually you might be rewarded with getting a lot of great, quality traffic to your site. Mission accomplished! Well…sort of. There’s just one piece left: monetization. There are a lot of great ways … Continue reading Tips, Tricks, and Secrets to Make More Money From Your Blog
Repixeling is a new form of online advertising where non-competitive companies in the same industry retarget each other’s websites and apps. In order to fully understand repixeling, you first need to understand retargeting (also know as remarketing) and why it is so effective. Understanding Retargeting Retargeting is a popular form of digital marketing where advertisers … Continue reading What is Repixeling And How Does it Work?