Dynamic Remarketing with RVUSA

Dynamic Remarketing with RVUSA


Now all your searched inventory on RVUSA can follow visitors around the Internet!

"On average, it takes approximately 5 to 7 touchpoints to close a sale."

https://www.onlinemarketinginstitute.org/blog/2013/10/why-it-takes-7-to-13-touches-to-deliver-a-qualified-sales-lead-part1/




How Remarketing Works

RVUSA's Dynamic Remarketing Inventory Search Results Follow Buyers



Want to extend the persistence and visibility of your inventory? We provide remarketing services to allow your searched inventory to be persistently visible across the Internet. With our remarketing service you searched units continue to be seen by a RVUSA site visitor beyond our site.

The unit is shown as an ad that follows the RVUSA visitors around the web. This powerful reminder delivers deeper engagement and is one of the most effective methods for bringing visitors back to the unit of interest.

Modern shoppers require continual reminders and this approach provides significant impact at a very affordable price point. Our programs include the essential maintenance, reporting, and monitoring to ensure you obtain the maximum value for your remarketing campaigns.

If you are not using NetSource Media already as your marketing agency we highly recommend talking to us about an integrated marketing strategy to maximize the lead conversion for all your marketing efforts.

GENERATE MORE
LEADS AND SALES

through remarketing and other innovative
and integrated digital marketing methods.

FAQ Section

Aside from increased views and interest in your units we will provide a monthly report that details out the number of impressions, clicks, and click thrus you received.
A RVUSA visitor views your inventory units then finishes and leaves the site. As they visit other web pages an ad for your product(s) will appear on various websites as they browse the Internet. The network that we utilize is vast in terms of potential sites for your ad to be seen.
Firstly, your remarketing ads will continue even if someone does a different search and/or looks at another companies inventory. Secondly, ad space and sizes vary on sites. Therefore, it maybe possible to display multiple units of yours or just one. In addition to the space on the page there is also the device the ad is being seen on. Finally, remarketing runs for a certain term based upon thousands of views purchased. We stop serving ads when funding discontinues.
We optimize your budget and impressions to maximize results across a wide network of websites. However, there is no guarantee ads will display on a site. A bid based advertising network determines when an ad will appear. This is in addition to the fact that a particular site must be a member of the ad network itself (not every website that runs ads is part of the ad network).
As mentioned there are various factors involved in determining if multiple units are displayed in ads. The primary ones are available space on the site, device displaying ads, and obtaining the ad space as part of the bid network.
Yes. This is actually a huge part of the offering. In addition to standard websites your ad can also appear on Youtube channels, inside mobile applications, and on other websites.
We let the ad network serve up your ads because it does the best job at optimizing as it runs. In other words, it presents your ad more times to sites where it converts well (gets clicked upon bringing them back to your unit on RVUSA). The network does not allow ad placement on pornographic sites so that addresses most advertisers concerns.
We do all we can to deliver the maximum amount of impressions you purchased each month. Actually, our goal is an over delivery, if possible, by about 5-10%. However, we use a bid network and cannot guarantee you will always obtain the full number of impressions every month. Many times, this depends upon availability of ad resources. Again, we do all we can to maximize and deliver 110% of your purchased impressions.
Remarketing is based upon a browser cookie. If someone is using Chrome across multiple devices/machines and logged into the Google network then their cookies will travel with them across devices. That means the search results found on one device would be presented on another. However, if they do not have any cookie portability/synchronization then each device will present a separate experience. Therefore, assuming no portability of cookies, then unit(s) found on either device would result in ads specific to that search experience. This is a big reason, albeit not the only one, why ads may get served up from one device but not on another.
All ads are managed via an advertising network. We do not control whose ad will appear as they are a pool. This bid pool not only includes our ads but also everyone else bidding for space. There are times one ad may display and another not. This is due to many factors determined by the network themselves. The wider issue to consider is the enormous size of the network. It means that ads are constantly entering and leaving various sites. This is why your ad may serve one time and then someone else's ad would appear the next time.


GENERATE MORE
LEADS AND SALES

through remarketing and other innovative
and integrated digital marketing methods.