• http://www.facebook.com/dmitry.pakhomkin Dmitry Pakhomkin

    Very good post Dex,

    but let me get this straight… May be a stupid question to ask at SearchEngineLand, but anyway :)
    If there are thousands of people coming to our site and we know what kind of products they are looking to buy in their neighborhoods (so query includes exact item/category and physical location), we can “sell” these users (via cookie or something like that) to a company that will later hit them with ads?

  • http://twitter.com/CarRental VroomVroomVroom

    I’m a CMO. I got sold re-targeting. Loved the ROI. Until I realised the reporting on re-targeting is very flawed. Re-targeting takes credit for sales that should be credited to other things. If a sale was made because a user left to eat lunch or check with the wife and came back again, re-targeting would take credit for it. 

    For me, re-targeting had value. But mostly for brand awareness. Not for ROI. 

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  • http://twitter.com/daxhamman Dax Hamman

    @twitter-14959892:disqus That is a valid and common problem. I actually think site retsargeting is a site conversion tool – it will have a very solid ROI, but that has to be credited in the right way. Something like search retargeting often loses credit to site retargeting, a good attribution model or one of these alternatives will help: http://searchengineland.com/3-simple-alternatives-to-attribution-modeling-for-search-marketers-89085

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