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May 01
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Connecting campaign goals and digital marketing tactics

Getting your programmatic campaign up and running, although it seems like a lot, is really just a matter of a few steps. The most important thing to nail down first and foremost is that the tactics you use should always connect back to your campaign goals (marketing goals, business goals, and so on).


Connecting campaign goals & digital marketing tactics

Question #1: What goals do you want to accomplish, and what tactics should you use to get there? Use this mix & match guide to select the right strategies for your digital advertising campaign objectives.

Start by setting campaign parameters.

  • Budget: Set a monthly budget.
  • Primary Goal: Reach (awareness), CPC or CTR (engagement), or CPA (conversion).
  • Flight Dates: Set the dates you want the campaign to run.
  • Geolocation: Set the location(s) where you want the ads to be shown.

Next, select targeting tactics and strategies based on your monthly budget.

Knowing the monthly budget of your digital advertising campaign can help determine what tactics and strategies to use.

  • $1–$5K choose 2 of the following: contextual, data, retargeting, contextual keyword, native
  • $5–$10K choose 3–4 of the following: contextual, data, retargeting, contextual keyword, native, IP, CRM, video, plus access to Choozle Supported Services
  • $10K–$20K choose 5–6 of the following: contextual, data, retargeting, contextual keyword, native, IP, CRM, video, plus access to Choozle Strategic Services

Download our infographic to find out which tactics & strategies work best for awareness, engagement, and conversion campaign goals.

About The Author

Kate Marshall is the Marketing & Communications Manager at Choozle, a programmatic advertising technology company based in Denver. In her role at Choozle, Kate leads efforts in content marketing and strategies including writing for and managing the company's blog and social media, assists with various demand gen tactics, and leading in-house SEO strategies. Outside of the tech world, Kate is a certified yoga instructor and uses her personal brand to get real about mental health, self-love, and wellness.