Over the course of our relationship I was able to drive 2M+ in attributable revenue from search and social campaigns at an average ROAS of 4.58 across channels.


Using a weighted LTV target for formula purchases intended for earlier life stages (e.g. 0-6 month old formulas) we were able to unlock growth in the account and dramatically increase LTV and overall profit y raising our sites above immediate account-level ROAS. Even still, ROAS increased and maintained levels high above profitability.



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The Peachy Company

Mayple Vetted

agency

The Challenge

This client had the goal of increasing customer retention while simultaneously reducing CAC.


In a heavily regulated industry (baby formula) where the costs of storage, shipping and proper handling are far above average it was key to keep customer acquisition costs down.


At the same time, there is enormous potential for driving LTV over the 1+ year window that the average parent is feeding their child formula, if you can reach and convince the parent early enough in their product research and consideration cycle to win their loyalty.

The Process

My role was twofold:

Facebook ads management - with the goal of profitably introducing new customers to the brand and driving LTV by keeping the brand top-of-mind for recent purchasers. We also ran a successful customer winback campaign by introducing new products and highlighting key customer-facing changes.


Google ads management - with the goal of reducing CAC on search and shopping while driving new customer growth through shopping campaigns and additional, highly targeted search.

The Solution

Over the course of our relationship I was able to drive 2M+ in attributable revenue from search and social campaigns at an average ROAS of 4.58 across channels.


Using a weighted LTV target for formula purchases intended for earlier life stages (e.g. 0-6 month old formulas) we were able to unlock growth in the account and dramatically increase LTV and overall profit y raising our sites above immediate account-level ROAS. Even still, ROAS increased and maintained levels high above profitability.



Skills Used

Paid Ads,Paid Ads,Google Shopping,Paid Ads

Industry

Baby

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