On average, only two percent of your website visitors will convert into a solid lead. But that does not mean that you give up on the other 98 percent—send them hyper-targeted ads and email campaigns via remarketing services and try to get them converted this time.

It’s common for an online user to visit multiple websites before finally making a purchase Decision.

What is Remarketing with Retargeted Ads? 


At the point when you introduce remarketing tags on your site (toward the beginning of your retargeted campaigns), it will trigger when somebody visits your website. If they leave your site without converting (and become a “lost client”), the advertisements through your retargeting stage (Google Ads, Facebook Ads, LinkedIn, Twitter, and others) will target the clients on top sites in promotion spaces inside those locales. The promotion can drive back guests to your site to then convert or complete a purchase. 

What’s the difference between Remarketing and Retargeting? 


The primary distinction among Remarketing and Retargeting is the strategy that is followed to reach potentially lost customers.While remarketing typically refers to showing ads to individuals who have visited your site via information gathered with a cookie, Retargeting commonly refers to sending an email campaign to those buyers whose data you have gathered through web forms and social media lead campaigns. 

Types of Remarketing


  • Video Remarketing : 

Your advertisements appear as pre-roll Video Ads on YouTube and other Google display partners to individuals who have recently visited your site. 

  • Search Remarketing : 

Your Ads are shown at the top of the search engine results to someone who has already visited and is searching for any service or product on the search engine.

  • Display Remarketing : 

Your advertisements are shown as display Ads on different websites within the Google Display Ad network. 

  • Dynamic Remarketing: 

Boost your outcomes with dynamic remarketing, which takes remarketing to the next level with advertisements that incorporate items or administrations that individuals saw on your site or application. 

  • Social media Remarketing: 

You can utilize LinkedIn remarketing, Facebook remarketing and Pinterest remarketing to show advertisements to individuals who have visited your site while they browse those social media channels and associated websites. 

  • Customer list Remarketing: 

With both social media marketing and Google Ads remarketing, you can upload a list of contact data that your customers have given you. When those individuals are signed into Google or that particular social media site, you can show them advertisements across different sites or on that social platform.