Updated: Sep 1, 2020
Just because a prospect doesn’t bite on the first digital worm, does not mean your strategy should stop there.
Remarketing (i.e. reaching out to prospects again with digital marketing content if they do not respond to your first digital outreach) should be a key aspect of your digital marketing strategy.
Maybe you flashed an ad and the prospect did not click on it. The prospect is not necessarily lost.
If cookies are installed on the user’s computer, your next move becomes simple: Generate a new ad on a related site for the user to see.
The user might just decide to click the ad after the second or third banner ad that comes across the screen.
Like many things, successful digital marketing requires proper timing. As a business owner, it’s important for your marketing content to be there when the prospect is ready to click and then hopefully convert into a customer.
After some time, if you begin to notice that your ads are not yielding many clicks, perhaps you need to take a look at your ad for edits. Determine what the weaknesses are on the design or content and create a new ad that better suits your target market.
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(Article source: https://mikekhorev.com/12-effective-digital-marketing-tactics-strategies)