When retargeting is done wrong, it can go really wrong. And Amazon, with me, has gone really, really wrong, actively ticking me off.
I’m generally pretty happy to be marketed to, especially when it’s personalized. Facebook ads, retargeting me across the Internet, direct mail … All of those things were on display in my Christmas post. But when retargeting is done wrong, it can go really wrong. And Amazon, with me, has gone really, really wrong. To the […]
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As powerful and effective as email is, it has its limitations. With CRM retargeting, retailers can reach more of their customers.
The stats are scary: 85 percent of retailers show the same homepage to new and returning visitors; 83 percent of retail mobile sites do not leverage any previous shopping behavior information to personalize the user experience; and 74 percent of the top 100 sites have no memory of past products browsed by users during previous visits, which forces shoppers to start the entire discovery process over again.
Retargeting is one of the most widely used marketing techniques by businesses today due to its accuracy, time efficiency and cost effectiveness. The problem with this method of advertising, however, is that many consumers feel it's a violation of privacy. Businesses using retargeting are encouraged to consider user feedback, so as not to scare off potential leads.