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Re-engage leads who won’t respond to your emails or calls using Facebook & Google Ads

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By deploying this playbook you will be able to send your CRM data to Facebook (now Meta) & Google Ads to re-engage cold leads or the missed opportunities with relevant messages. 

The Blueprint

the image shows flowchart of re-engaging leads who do not respond to your emails or calls using Facebook & Google Ads

The 8 steps involved in this process are as follows, 

  1. Integrate CustomerLabs CDP with your CRM
  2. This integration will enable the CDP system to seamlessly receive CRM data 
  3. The CDP will combine both online (website) and offline (CRM) user information using advanced ID resolution
  4. With complete customer information inside CustomerLabs CDP, you can now create a segment named “No-response” for users who haven’t responded to your emails or calls
  5. This segment will be updated as and when new users are added to this stage in your CRM
  6. Add Facebook and Google as destination platforms in the CDP
  7. CustomerLabs CDP will now send the created “No-response” segment to Facebook and Google Ads
  8. Set up creative & personalized ads in Meta (formerly Facebook) and Google Ads to re-engage these users and bring them back into your marketing funnel

The Process

Step 1: Integrate CustomerLabs CDP with your CRM

This is another classic CRM + CDP use case. As always this playbook involves the integration of your website with your CRM system. 

  1. See how you can integrate & set up event tracking in CustomerLabs CDP
  2. Here’s the link to the quick CRM + CDP integration playbook

Step 2: Obtain a clean & unified single customer profile

With the Website + CRM + CDP integration complete, you will now be able to get a single user profile compiled across all these platforms by advanced Identity Resolution. 

Identity resolution and unified single customer profile

Step 3: Group all cold/non-responsive leads

Create a segment with customers that fall under the ‘cold leads’ category inside the CDP

Step 4: Connect Facebook with the CDP

Add & activate Facebook as the first Destination in the CDP. This setup involves pasting the Facebook Pixel ID and authenticating your ad account. Post integration, create a custom audience list in Facebook. In this case, you create a custom audience list named “No-Response leads” in Facebook

Step 5: Send user data to Facebook as a custom audience

Now, seamlessly sync the segment information (“No-Response”) from inside the CDP to the created custom audience list (“No-Response Leads”) in Facebook. The lead information will be updated in near real-time between the two systems.

Step 6: Create highly personalized Meta Ads / Facebook ads

Use the created custom audience list to create personalized ad copies as shown below for this scenario. 

Step 7: Connect Google Ads with the CDP

You can also repeat the same process using Google Ads as well. Activate Google Ads as the second Destination in the CDP. On clicking “Authenticate Adwords” you will be redirected to your Google Login. 

Select your Google Account and click “Allow”

Step 8: Send the data to Google Ads & deliver targeted ads

Post authentication, create a custom audience list in Google Ads

Sync the created “No-Response” segment in CDP to Google Ads with the click of a button


  • While you can come up with creative growth strategies, using this playbook you can re-engage your cold or unresponsive leads and add more leads to your marketing funnel


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