A few years ago when I first heard of the internet marketing strategy of retargeting it was limited to the top end of town for blogs with massive traffic that could afford the services of expensive software that could track when a visitor left your website by following them around the internet with advertisements  encouraging them to click back to the website again.

Accordingly to industry estimates reporting that less than 2% of web traffic make a purchase, complete a form or sign up for a product or service when on your site; which means that you are losing 98% of traffic. With retargeting, you can display ads to the 98% who bounce and keep your brand in front of them until they’re ready to convert.

Facebook retargeting is now easy to apply and a fraction of the price of the larger software solutions.

So here are the steps to generate more subscribers with Facebook Retargeting

1. You need to go to your Facebook Ads and create a retargeting pixel in the custom audience settings.

2. Copy that pixel into the Header part of your blog/or email optin page/ Thank you page or anywhere you want to track visitors.

3. Create advertisements and sponsored posts that target this traffic specifically to encourage them to get to know you and come back to your blog, product, service or offer.

A benefit of a huge retargeting list is your audience will begin to like, know you  and trust you as you are consistently in front of them.

Retargeting Revolution

There are many different variations to this strategy for retargeting your target audience. In this FREE video you will see how Chris Record built a 100,000 person retargeting list on Facebook™ that is responsible for generating hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue in the past few months alone!

Whether you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced with FB™ ads you will still get huge value from this video. You will get some insights as to how the pros are using retargeting to DOMINATE their competition in 2015.

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