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The Consciousness of Nature

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Setting Up Dynamic Remarketing Campaigns

Dynamic remarketing can be applied to Google’s search and display networks. But as dynamic remarketing is more associated with display we’ll concentrate on that.
First you’ll need a piece of Google remarketing code (also called a ‘tag’) inserted into your website coding. Google has a pretty good guide on how to do just that.

The tag works using cookies to remember something about the user at a later date. After a prospect browses your website, you will be able to show them targeted ads based on their behaviour and certain actions they have performed on your website.

What To Do With The Data

Now, with data being collected about your prospects’ browsing behaviour, you can log in to your Google AdWords account and begin creating specific remarketing lists,based on the actions available to you. These remarketing lists will then have enough data for you to be able to create your dynamic display remarketing ads.
You can also create your audiences using Google Analytics; advantageous for having the ability to separate bids on each ad group within each remarketing list. At Genie for example, we recently established a dynamic remarketing campaign targeting abandoned baskets, site visitors, past purchasers and product viewers. Even this general set of criteria vs standard remarketing for the same client yielded a COS drop of a third at an ROI of 2494%