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    Question What is Google Remarketing?

    Hi,

    What is Google Remarketing and Audience Targeting? Anyone Know Please Guide Me...

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    What i know about Google remarketing is when Google displays your ads across the web, it brings unlimited traffic to your website. Audience targeting means you are targeting the audience of which Country or city or where do you want Google to display you ads? In short which location do you want Google to display your ads?

    Hope this was helpful. You can ask anything which is not cleared in your mind yet.

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    Remarketing is a very specific type of Google Display Ad service.

    When someone visits your site, Google will track this user, and remember that they visited you. If they don't convert, Google will make sure that they see advertisements directing them back to your site after they have visited, so that you can keep them in the purchase funnel and hopefully still make that conversion.
    Sean B.

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    Google remarketing is a great and really effective tool to target the audience that leave your shopping cart. we can improve goal conversion using it.

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    Remarketing helped us to drive sales activity, increase registrations, or promote awareness of our brand.
    It lets you show ads to people who have visited your website or used your mobile app before by storing cookies. If the user deletes cookies, it cannot showcase your ad to them.

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    Re-marketing is an effective concept once you did marketing but not got sales then it helps you to reconnect with the customers.

    Let us see what Google is saying: Remarketing lets you show ads to people who have visited your website or used your mobile app before. When people leave your website without buying anything, for example, remarketing helps you reconnect with them by showing relevant ads as they browse the web, as they use mobile apps, or as they search on Google.

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    Re marketing is the one the google add service,it will specify the particular business add,audience targeting is the google target who visited your page after it will visible that advertisement for that user make them convert to your brand.

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    Remarketing is the final step of the Google Display Network.
    It helps you track the users who had clicked the link to your website before. And the next time, they see the links or new products, then it drives them directly to your website.
    It is an efficient way to improve the traffic, stimulate them to buy more and more. It is also a tool which help you control and balance actively your financial budget yourself.

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    Google Remarketing lets you show ads to people who have visited your website before. When people leave your website without buying anything. For example, Google Remarketing helps you reconnects with them by showing relevant ads as they browse the web or as they search on Google.

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