Follow these exact steps to quickly begin running Google AdWords Remarketing campaigns using the power of Google Analytics.
This tutorial will walk through creating a custom segment for Remarketing, creating a list inside the admin section of Google Analytics and applying your audience lists to your display and search campaigns.
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I am a bit confused on the limitations of using GA for remarketing (static and dynamic). Can we target 2000 people in total ? Or is it that we can create 2000 lists of different audiences atmost. Appreciate your response!
There isn't a limit to the total nubmer of people in the list, it's just that there is a minimum number of people (cookies) needed in a list before your ads will be displayed. This is to help protect people's privacy. You can find more details at https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472738
So I want to set up dynamic remarketing . I want to know whether I should add the custom parameters to the tag via GA interface or via the AdWords remarketing tag.
Can I add the custom parameters to both the tags (Ga & AdWords) ? If so will it create any problems in tracking?
I am too confused ! Need you guys to give me your inputs.
Hi Karan, you can certainly use a combination of methods to create your audience lists, but in most cased I'd suggest only using one method. Otherwise you could end up building two identical lists which might not provide a benefit.
Thanks for the question Karan, I'd probably suggest you consider using Google Tag Manager along with Google Analytics for dynamic remarketing. To do this you'll need to configure custom dimensions with Google Tag Manager (details at https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6164990?hl=en) and then you can configure Google Analytics (details at https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3457161?hl=en).
We have followed the video and created an audience where the revenue was zero. So no sales from the user. We are using this audience as the remarketing list in a dynamic display adword campaign. If a user in the audience buys something from our website will he be removed from the list that is being used in the adwords campaign. So my short question is does the list update it self whilst in use with Adwords automatically?
Great question! So it will depend on how everything is configured. If you create the audience in Google Analytics and you have a filter that uses the 'exclude' option (BTW the examples in my video use 'include'), then you'll be able to select 'permanently remove users when they match the exclude condition'. Using this will mean people are removed after they've purchased. Otherwise you can use a custom combination inside Google AdWords. And if you don't use either of these options, then people will remain on the list for the list duration and then they'll be removed.
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