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3 Reasons To Use Ip Targeting For Your Online Campaigns

by Lead Performance Marketing Lead Performance Marketing
Whether you are setting up your business or are already in business, it goes without say that location is one of the most important aspects of your marketing mix. If you will need to sell your products, you must first know where your customers are. The next important factor is determining how to reach them. This is where your marketing strategy comes in. 

While there is no one marketing style that is more superior than others, some are more effective depending on how you use them. This is probably why IP targeting is becoming mainstream in digital advertising. If you are working on a budget, below are reasons why you may want to consider IP targeting over print media advertising or any other form of advertising. 

1. Targeting against Blanketing

Marketing is becoming more strategic and outcome oriented. In fact, it is no longer how many people you reach, but whether that audience is in your list of potential customers. Therefore, instead of blanketing, this form of online advertising allows marketers to target clients with much more accuracy than print media advertising. 

This however, should not be taken to imply that the latter is a less effective marketing tool. In fact, print media continues to be one of the most effective advertising strategy for most successful entrepreneurs. It is just that it does not offer as much precision as IP targeting does. 

With the use of keywords, geographic targeting of IP addresses and with the finest online publishers, advertisers can concentrate their efforts on a more precise user profile. 

2. Measuring Outcomes and Effectiveness

When undertaking any online advertising campaign, click-through statistics are an integral part of it. This, coupled with sales statistics from your website can go a long way towards helping you pin down conversion rates. This means that as a business owner, you can easily monitor the effectiveness of your internet campaigns. 

3. Flexibility

One of the best things about print media advertising is its permanence. Since print adverts are affixed to a tangible medium, they tend to be more permanent. While this is an advantage on one perspective, it could also be a disadvantage when looking at it from the perspective of flexibility. 

The moment you finalize a print campaign, it has irrevocably been set in motion. Online marketing on the other hand is much more flexible. This is because nearly all the attributes can be modified in real time. You can for instance, test some ads, modify images till you end up with the most effective assets for your online campaign, while still allocating your resources to keywords that are most cost-effective. 


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