Garden Connect – Remarketing: be seen online by your customers

by | Aug 18, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Consumers have a short memory: if they don?t see your brand for a while they will forget that you exist. Garden Connect is now introducing our Remarketing service which allows you to show your banners and advertisements to customers in your own geographical location, they will be shown on well-known websites like the BBC, Telegraph and Daily Mail.? And to make it even better you can try it for free for 3 months, if you visit our stand at GLEE or Four Oaks in September.

What is remarketing?
Every time that visitors open your website a small cookie is placed on their device. This allows us to show a banner to visitors within a geographical radius from your garden centre when they read the news, play a game or lookup some gardening tips.

To avoid annoyance, these banners will only be shown a couple of times a week to each individual consumer but over a long period of time. This will keep your brand top of mind to the people who are interested in your garden centre and that matter most, especially those that are located in your own area!

What do the banners look like?
Bespoke banners will be designed by Garden Connect or you can provide your own banners. Alternatively, we can also link banners to your website or webshop to show your latest promotions or newest products automatically. Banners will be designed for desktop, tablet and mobile to be sure consumers will see your brand regardless of the device they use.

How much does it cost?
Showing a banner will cost you less than ?0.025 per customer. That?s right: over 1.000 banner impressions for less than ?2.50! Garden Connect has several services available starting at just ?25 per month excl. VAT. Signup in August or September to benefit from maximum exposure over the busy Christmas season and to get your first 3 months free.

Visit Garden Connect at Four Oaks or GLEE or go to www.gardenconnect.com/remarketing for more information. Alternatively, give us a ring on +44 203 475 5541 to learn more.

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