Pay-per-click (PPC) managers love remarketing. At first glance, this makes perfect sense, as it enables marketers to easily improve their return on advertising spend (ROAS) numbers.
But is it really money well spent?
Recently, we performed an audit for a multinational retailer with a specific concern: improving new customer growth. Things developed nicely, there were no performance issues and ROAS more than doubled as spend increased slightly.
But digging a little deeper, we noticed something interesting. Remarketing lists for search audiences (RLSA) traffic had spiked and retargeted website visitors accounted for half of all sales.
[Read the full article on Search Engine Land.]
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