SiteScout RTB Webinar: Retargeting (March 13th)

by Ratko Vidakovic on February 28, 2013 · 2 comments

Retargeting with Matt Sauls

Our last webinar on Campaign Optimization was very well received. We polled attendees to gauge the interest for the next topic in our webinar series and Retargeting was the clear winner. We’ve decided that the next webinar will be approximately two weeks from now, towards the middle of March. Full details are below.

During this webinar, Matt Sauls will cover the basics of how retargeting works and how to set up different types of retargeting campaigns. He will also discuss various reasons why retargeting matters to marketers, along with different strategies that can be used on the SiteScout RTB platform. Matt will use real-life campaigns to demonstrate the retargeting process and how an actual campaign looks. He will also cover the usage of our new Audience Capture feature, which makes retargeting extremely easy for all marketers. As usual, after the presentation there will be a Q+A period where Matt will be answering questions from webinar attendees.

The details of the webinar are as follows:

  • Title: SiteScout RTB Retargeting with Matt Sauls
  • Date: Wednesday, March 13th, 2013
  • Time: 2:00 p.m. EST (11:00 a.m. PST)

To attend, visit the webinar registration page. (Note: There are only 100 spots available for the live event, and they always seem to fill up fast, so reserve your spot!)

As was the case with the last webinar, we will be recording the presentation and making it available online for anyone that cannot attend.

We strongly encourage anyone that does any type of display advertising to attend this webinar. You won’t want to miss learning about this powerful feature. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Ed Atkins March 14, 2013 at 11:27 am

I missed most of the presentation. Was it recorded? If so, please send me the link.
Thanks,
Ed

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Ratko Vidakovic March 15, 2013 at 12:58 pm

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