Remarketing

 

 In Google Analytics, what is “remarketing”?

a) When users visit your website for the first time and complete a conversion
b) When you show users targeted ads to bring them back to your website and encourage a conversion
c) When Google Analytics can’t distinguish a new user because they have deleted their browser cookies
d) When a user buys an available product from a competitor

Answer:
b) When you show users targeted ads to bring them back to your website and encourage a conversion


Which of these may be imported to define a remarketing audience?
(select all that apply)

a) Pre-defined Segment
b) Custom Segment
c) Goals
d) Channel Groupings

Answer:
a), b)


Which of these are remarketing audiences that you can define?
(select all that apply)

a) Users who visited a specific page on your website
b) Users who played a video on your website
c) Users who purchased a product on your website
d) Users who visited your store in person

Answer:
a), b), c)


 

What is the maximum duration that a user can be included in a remarketing audience that you’ve defined?

a) 120 days
b) 180 days
c) 365 days
d) 540 days

Answer:
d) 540 days


What does a remarketing audience require to be eligible for Search Ad remarketing in your AdWords account?

a) 100 cookies
b) 1000 cookies
c) 2000 cookies
d) 5000 cookies

Answer:
b) 1000 cookies


To set up Dynamic Remarketing, what do you need to create in the Google Analytics Admin area?

a) Custom Segment
b) Custom Dimension
c) Custom Metric
d) Custom Report

Answer:
b) Custom Dimension


Which of the following groups could you target with Dynamic Remarketing?
(select all that apply)

a) Users who viewed your homepage
b) Users who sign up to your email newsletter
c) Users who viewed product detail pages
d) Users who abandoned their shopping carts

Answer:
a), c), d)


To set up Dynamic Remarketing for a retail vertical, what must you link your AdWords account to?

a) The Google Search Center
b) The Google Analytics Center
c) The Google Merchant Center
d) The Google Help Center

Answer:
c) The Google Merchant Center

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4 thoughts on “Remarketing

  1. Nita Mokra

    Hi guys,

    Why not also b) in the question Which of the following groups could you target with Dynamic Remarketing?

    Thanks in advance for your answer.

    Reply
    1. JP

      Because dynamic remarketing is taking products or listed in your Google Merchant Feed.
      Dynbamic Remarketing cannot pull anything from Google Merchant Ctr regading email sign-ups, plud the fact if you want to remarket to people who signed up for email, you can do that with standard remarketing.

      Simply set up a specific Thank You page for users who sign up for your thank you page (website.com/email-thank-you) and add your remarketing code to that page.
      Now in Adwords you can set up a rule that says “add anyone to this list that visits the following page: /email-thank-you.

      Now everyone who signs up for email will be taken to a specific page once they sign=up that automatically enrolls them in a specifric audience list specific to email sign-ups.

      Dynamic Remarketing not needed since thats more for eComm type of products.

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      1. JP

        Meant simply set up a specific Thank You page for users who sign up for your email newsletter (website.com/email-thank-you).
        Sorry, was in a rush

        Reply

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