We want to scale our budgets and set ourselves up for success!
We do so by setting up a full funnel strategy and allocating our budgets where we need them most.  

Our funnel strategy is segmented by Acquisition, Re-targeting, and Retention.  Why do we segment our audiences this way? Each audience is entirely different and requires specific attention. ARR segmentation is a known online marketing strategy that has been proven to work! Audiences are divided as follows:

Acquisition Prospecting
: People who don't know your brand at all.           

Acquisition Re-engagement :  People who have had a 2nd or 3rd touch with your brand but didn't reach your site.
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Retargeting:  People who have been to your site and engaged with your brand.

Retention: Your customers! People who have bought from you before. 


Although this is an overview as to how to divide your budget, it's important to analyze the account yourself as well. Thanks to our ARR Dashboard it's really easy to get an overall picture of your account and gain key insights. Learn more about the Dashboard here

By checking your dashboard you can see if your ROAS performance across Acquisition Prospecting (engaging with cold traffic) or Acquisition Re-engagement (the second touch with your audience). And then you can shift your budgets accordingly. 

As a general rule, we divide the majority of our budget (70-80%) to Acquisition, since this is where we find new customers and drive them to our site, as we want to reach as many new consumers as possible,  who don't know about us and retarget those who bite and turn them into sales (retention). 

 In order to build a full funnel strategy,  we suggest allocating about 20% of your budget to both Acquisition Re-engagement and Retargeting. And finally, the smallest audience percentage is found in Retention, which is effectively the bottom of the funnel as it's your smallest audience and represents your current customers, therefore we allocate the least budget, approximately 3% to Retention. 

  

 



 

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