Earlier today, ConnectRetarget announced the launch of its new Facebook behavioural retargeting service, set to go live 01 July 2016. For anyone with even a passing interest in the world of Facebook retargeting, this new development will be worth paying attention to, as it’s set to shake things up.
Currently, with even a passing glance, a person will notice more and more companies are using retargeting. The CEO at EatTheFrog, Daniel Whittaker, makes a point of saying “98% of 1st time website visitors leave without converting. The cost of FB ads is going up every day and consumers are becoming BLIND to online ads. Competition is INTENSE. But things are going to change when this Facebook behavioural retargeting service launches”.
Daniel Whittaker continues… “Traditional retargeting has a fatal flaw (every site visitor is treated the same), we will help you target people who show by what they do, they are super hot prospects. We do this because we believe the market is now so competitive you need to stay ahead. Ultimately this is going to be a huge benefit to our customers because they will save money AND have more effective campaigns.”
EatTheFrog is a new venture designed to help the internet marketing community find the very best tools. It has been around for a short time but it has something special and it has always aimed to innovate in any large or small way it can, due to the firm belief that innovation drives progress and greater happiness.
Currently, the closest thing to ConnectRetarget’s Facebook retargeting service is normal retargeting. In a recent test over 7 days it got 31 sales for a total of €219.27, but ConnectRetarget improved on this by getting 85 sales for a total of €124.22. It went from €7.07 per conversion to and astonisging €1.46 per conversion. Do the math. This alone is predicted to make ConnectRetarget’s Facebook behavioural retargeting service more popular with customers in the Facebook retargeting space, quickly.
Once again, the Facebook behavioural retargeting service is set to launch 01 July 2016. To find out more, the place to visit is http://eatthefrog.co.uk/retargeting-evolved
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