Table of contents
- Does Adroll work for service based professional businesses?
- Does Adroll work for B2B or B2C?
- How can you use Adroll?
- Who can you retarget on Adroll?
- What websites can you appear on when advertising on Adroll?
- Is Adroll cheaper than Google retargeting ads?
- How much does it cost to advertise on Adroll?
- How can you use Adroll to generate leads?
Do you ever visit a website and then see ads from that website everywhere you go?
The reason these websites do this is because it’s a highly affective way for you to generate more leads and sales.
Would you like to do the same thing for your business?
If so, doing something like that is actually EASIER than it looks.
And one way you can do that is by using a service like AdRoll.
By signing up to Adroll, you’ll be able to show your ads on thousands of different websites.
Check out this video version of this article here:
Does Adroll work for service based professional businesses?
Although AdRoll specializes in working with eCommerce brands, if you have a service-based business, it can still work for you!
How do I know? Because I use Adroll for my own service based business and for my clients too (most of which are service based businesses).
Does Adroll work for B2B or B2C?
Adroll works for both B2B and B2C. It doesn’t matter. The principles behind AdRoll, which is using artificial intelligence to show your ad to those who are most likely to actually buy or convert into a client for your business, are exactly the same.
How can you use Adroll?
To use Adroll, it’s very easy. Follow these steps:
- Step 1: Sign up for a free account on adroll.com
- Step 2: Install the Adroll pixel on your website
- Step 3: Create a campaign retargeting the people that visit your website on Adroll. When creating your campaign you choose your budget, who you want to target and select the ads you want to use.
If you don’t have any ads, then Adroll will even create the ads for you, to make your life easier!
Who can you retarget on Adroll?
You can use Adroll to show your ads to specific people, such as:
- Those who haven’t yet converted into clients
- Those who haven’t booked an appointment with you yet
- Anyone who is most relevant or likely to convert into a client
That way, you can start retargeting people that are interested in what it is that you do but haven’t gotten around to actually becoming a client, staying at the top of their mind and showing up everywhere they go.
What websites can you appear on when advertising on Adroll?
There are thousands of websites you can appear on when using Adroll. Here are a few examples:
- Search Engine Journel
- Google Play
- The Verge
- Fox News
- Search Engine Journal
- And thousands more (see the video above for a larger full list of website examples)
So, if you’re looking to retarget your leads and website visitors on thousands of different websites in a simple way, then by all means check out AdRoll.com and test it out for yourself.
Is Adroll cheaper than Google retargeting ads?
Yes, in most cases the cost to advertise on Adroll is cheaper than advertising with Google ads. However, like all things in marketing it’s always a good idea to test both just to be sure. When advertising on both channels you can look at how many impressions, clicks and conversions you get and decide which option is best for you and your business.
How much does it cost to advertise on Adroll?
It depends on how many website visitors you get. But if you get less than 5,000 website visitors a month, you can comfortably spend about a $5-10/day budget with Adroll.
How can you use Adroll to generate leads?
Adroll will only be effective if you have a good lead generation strategy to go with your Adroll ads.
If your goal is to generate high quality leads and appointments each month, then watch my Free Masterclass Training which goes through step-by-step how to do this.