Retargeting Faq

What do you have to do if you buy:

1 Copy and paste html code, that we email you, to the top of your website, we can also help you with that
2 Decide what kind of offer you want to give your retargeted visitors,

How Do Retargeting Ads Work?

Retargeting ads use small pieces of code placed on your website to track a new user’s ‘cookies’. Cookies are small files automatically saved on a person’s browser that store preferences and other information. This code then adds the anonymous information of the users who visited your site to a specific list that you create. Later, after a visitor has left your website, their cookies will alert  Ads to display your most relevant ads as they browse other sites online.

What are Retargeting Ads?

Retargeting ads allow your business to show targeted ads to the users who visited your website.  With retargeting ads, your brand and service stay at the forefront of past visitors’ minds.

When should you use retargeting campaigns?

Retargeting is meant to be a long-term marketing strategy for businesses that already have a following. If your website gets at least 100 monthly visitors,  remarketing ads are definitely for you.

Promoting bestsellers. Retargeting ads are a simple, effective way to showcase your top-selling pest services. And promoting services your current customers love can even help convert visitors into customers and increase ROI for your ads.

Building brand awareness. Most people need to feel they know you before they decide to buy your product or service, and retargeting ads keep your brand top of mind for potential customers who aren’t ready to purchase when they first visit your site

What kind of retargeting offer do most pest control companies start with?

Discounts codes and coupons.

What main type of retargeting do we offer.

We offer “Pixel-based” Retargeting
Pixel-based retargeting is a way to re-display your material to any anonymous site visitor.

This is probably the most common type of retargeting. When someone comes to your website, an unobtrusive piece of JavaScript (often referred to as a pixel) is placed on their browser — making their browser “cookie-d.” When they leave your site to surf the web, that cookie notifies retargeting platforms to serve specific ads based on the specific pages they visited on your website.

The advantage of pixel-based retargeting is that it is timely (they can be retargeted pretty immediately after leaving your site), specific to a particular page on your site, and behavior-based.

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