Facebook ad retargeting

By showing the same Facebook retargeting ads for weeks you risk boring and even annoying your visitors; it’s known as ad fatigue. As a result, people can start to actively hide or even block your ads. Facebook takes that as a sign of low-quality and irrelevant content and raises your cost of reaching people. On the other hand, by sending your visitors through an ever-changing campaign, they won’t get irritated at your Facebook retargeting efforts and you won’t overpay for your Facebook retargeting campaigns.
Facebook Ads Targeting Tutorial - Engagement Audiences & Retargeting Video Views
Facebook Ads Targeting Tutorial - Engagement Audiences & Retargeting Video Views

As Stephanie Bauer Marshall, marketing director at Verizon, succinctly put it during the “mobile first” M1 Summit on Tuesday, the mobile ad ecosystem is in “chaos.” Cross-device tracking — also known as cross-device targeting — aims to make sense of that chaos for brands, publishers and platforms. Here, we try to make sense of cross-device tracking.


Retargeting on desktops is relatively easy because of “cookies” — small text files that log when a certain user visits a certain site. Cookies are essentially irrelevant on the mobile Web, however. Cookies work Google’s Chrome app for iPhones or Chrome on Android, Google’s mobile operating system, according to Are Traasdahl, CEO of cross-device tracking firm Tapad. But cookies don’t work on the countless other apps consumers use. This makes it difficult to track a consumer’s activity both within and across given devices. And given the mind-boggling and ever-growing number of mobile devices, platforms, publishers and mobile operating systems, the problem is only becoming more complex.
Facebook Ads Retargeting Campaign and Facebook Retargeting Audiences Tutorial 2020 - Step by Step
Facebook Ads Retargeting Campaign and Facebook Retargeting Audiences Tutorial 2020 - Step by Step

The pixel is an invisible 1×1 pixel-unique image file that gets embedded on your website. It is added via javascript code and automatically loads on all pages of the website. This code is designed to install small text files called cookies, which track the user’s Facebook visits on the website (more information on Facebook’s cookies are available on this page).


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Facebook retargeting may be geared towards capturing those who have already visited your site, but this doesn’t mean you can’t still use the retargeting information to build brand awareness by reaching those who haven’t yet heard of you. Advertisers can create “lookalike” audiences based on the data from the Facebook Pixel to create ads geared towards new customers who match the profile of present customers.
Facebook pixel / app events: You need a Facebook pixel implemented on your website, and use standard events to report which product IDs from your catalog are being viewed, added to cart and purchased. If you want to retarget people in a mobile app, you can set up app events. If you're not sure how to set up a pixel or app events, consider reaching out to a website developer.
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Facebook retargeting lets advertisers position ads to warm audiences. This is highly valuable because warm audiences are closer to buying, as they have already shown an interest in your products or services. When a site visitor peruses your website but takes no actions on it, you can surmise that the user was likely early in the decision-making process and not ready to take action. This indicates that additional sales fostering is required.
How To Retarget Website Visitors On Facebook In Less Than 10 Minutes!
How To Retarget Website Visitors On Facebook In Less Than 10 Minutes!
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