Layering remarketing with audience exclusions is an effective way to target the right people with the right message. It involves creating multiple audiences and then excluding certain people from seeing your ads. For example, if you are selling a product or service, you can create a remarketing list for people who have already purchased it and then exclude them from seeing your ads. This ensures that those who have already purchased are not bombarded with ads for the same product or service they already bought. By layering different audiences and using audience exclusions, you can ensure that you are targeting the right people at the right time with the right message.

Q: What Is An Example Of Layering Remarketing With Audience Exclusions?

A) Travel advertisers: Bid boost my ad to users who (+) added a flight to their cart but have (-) not yet purchased it
B) Retail advertisers: Bid boost my ad to users who have (+) been to the site in last 30 days but (-) not in the last 7 days
C) Banking advertisers: Show my ad to users who have (-) not logged in as a current customer
D) None of the above

E) All of the above

Correct Answer is E) All of the above.

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