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Retargeting Funnel

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We are trying to build a retargeting funnel

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

 

Is this possible?

How can we do it?

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.


Is this possible Ankur?

Sort of like an email autoresponder ... but for banner ads.

We were told by 1 company it's NOT possible.

"On Facebook and Google, you are not able to sort our pixels day by day or even week by week, and send them unique ads depending on how recent the pixel is. "

This true?

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.


Is this possible Ankur?

Sort of like an email autoresponder ... but for banner ads.

We were told by 1 company it's NOT possible.

"On Facebook and Google, you are not able to sort our pixels day by day or even week by week, and send them unique ads depending on how recent the pixel is. "

This true?

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.


Is this possible Ankur?

Sort of like an email autoresponder ... but for banner ads.

We were told by 1 company it's NOT possible.

"On Facebook and Google, you are not able to sort our pixels day by day or even week by week, and send them unique ads depending on how recent the pixel is. "

This true?

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.

We're trying to build a ReTargeting Funnel but we were told that it can't be done they way we want it.

How do we want it set up?

Basically when someone gets pixelated we want them to immediately go through our ReTargeting Funnel.

Day 1 --user visits our webpage and gets pixelated.

Day 2 through 4 -- come back!

Day 5 -- 72 hours left

Day 6 -- 48 hours left

Day 7 -- 24 hours left

Day 8 -- Last Day!

Day 9 through 12 -- Free Trial.

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Re: Retargeting Funnel

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Top Contributor
Yes.

You need to build lists of differing durations and then combine them....

Make lists with 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 day durations.

For the comeback campaign use everyone on the 4 day list and none of the 1 day list

for 72 hours use all visitors on the 5 day list and exclude the 4 day list....

All visitors are on all lists - it's just the durations that change. Thus, when you use the 5 day list all your visitors are on that list which is targeted by the campaign. but they are also on the 4 day list. This list is excluded. So what happens is that on the 5th day they have dropped off the 4 day list, but are still on the 5 day list - and they see the 72 hours left ad

Hope that helps


Re: Retargeting Funnel

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Hi Ankur,

 

Kindly check this type, i think it'll work for you.

 

I think you have to use day wise remarketing in this scenario. 

For example you are selling shoe 100 rupess then you create a remarkeing to 10 days 1-10.

after 10 days 11-20 days you have to remove or subtract 1-10 remarketing audience that visitor you'll discounted price like 95 or 10% off price.
Similarly 21-31 you have to subtract (1-10& 11-20) remarketing list audience, for those visitor you'll show discounted price like 85 or 15% off price

Like this user has a chance to buy your product in remarketing funnel.

 

Thanks

Ashwani Kumar

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