You create content and publish it on your blog continuously. You amplify your content distribution using social media. You also strive to grow your email list, and maybe you run paid advertising campaigns with targeted and complete sales funnels.
Over 80% of everyone who arrives at your website or your landing pages will leave without taking action. This, in turn, means that you are losing over 80% of your potential prospects.
That hurts; you don’t want to lose your potential customers, do you?
On average, less than 2% of your web visitors will ever buy. You want to do much better than that. Retargeting is a great way to refuel your funnel, boost conversions, and bring back all those potential customers you could have otherwise lost.
What is retargeting
Retargeting helps you reach out to those exact people who visited your landing pages or website by targeting those audiences exclusively in your…
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