Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer

Perpetual Traffic is a weekly podcast produced by DigitalMarketer and hosted by Ralph Burns and Molly Pittman.

Latest Episodes

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Episode 175: 3 Ways to Increase the Average Order Value for Your Ecommerce Business
November 13, 2018

Repeat guest Tanner Larsson explains first how to price your ecommerce products, and then how to get customers to pay more at checkout. Finally, he walks us through the 3 pre-purchase average order values and shows us how to combine them to maximize your profits.

Episode 174
Episode 174: New Facebook Ad Structures to Implement Before the Holiday Season
November 6, 2018

Ezra Firestone and the experts discuss new Facebook ad structures and trends, what’s working for Ezra right now, and where he thinks the ecommerce sales cycle is going from here.

Episode 173: 10 Facebook Best Practices to Optimize Your Auction Strategy
October 30, 2018

Our hosts are back from the Facebook Global Partners Summit in NYC, and they have the scoop on the 10 best practices to optimize your Facebook auction strategy.

Using Chatbots in Your Business
Episode 172: How to Make Chatbots Work for Your Business
October 23, 2018

Nehal Kazim is the CEO of Ad Pros Marketing and an expert in Facebook marketing. He’s figured out how to use ManyChat for Facebook Messenger to increase conversions—and he shares how you can apply these tactics and use chatbots in your business.

Facebook ads for brick and mortar stores
Episode 171: How Spending $5 a Day on Facebook Ads Boosted Brick-and-Mortar Sales
October 16, 2018

In this episode, return co-host Dan Gamito joins Molly and Ralph to talk with Mackensie about her bots. She walks them through her most successful Facebook ad and explains how she set up this campaign to stay live and converting, for over a year.

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Episode 170: Drive More Conversions from Facebook Messenger Using “The FSMC Formula”
October 9, 2018

We’re talking with return guest, Oli Billson. And in this episode, he explains his “FSMC formula” and gives us real campaign examples of how he uses this formula to generate conversions.

Episode 169: What ALL Retailers Need to Know About Advertising
October 2, 2018

This week, Perpetual Traffic hit the road and traveled all the way to Las Vegas, Nevada to the E-Commerce Conference. Adam Killam, VP of Business Development at Tier 11, joined Ralph Burns to record live at the event and discuss all things retail advertising.

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Episode 168: Choosing the Right Facebook Campaign Objective for You (Part 2)
September 25, 2018

In this episode, we talk about the remaining objectives: video views, lead generation, messages, conversion, catalog sales, and store visits. The experts give you real campaign examples they’ve used for each objective and tell you how to know which objective is right for you.

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Meet The Host

Molly Pittman
Molly Pittman

Molly Pittman is a digital marketing expert and educator. She has certified thousands of marketers in paid traffic and customer acquisition, and is a co-host of the Perpetual Traffic podcast, which has grown to over three million downloads in two years. She is the Co-Founder of, providing 1-on-1 coaching and consulting to help businesses grow through digital channels.

Molly started her career as an intern at in 2012, excelling to VP of Marketing in 2014, a position she held until 2017 when she left to start her own consulting agency. At DigitalMarketer, Molly spent $8+ million on paid traffic channels like Facebook, Google, and Twitter while maintaining a positive return on investment.

Ralph Burns
Ralph Burns

Ralph Burns is the CEO of Tier 11, a digital advertising agency that specializes in helping businesses scale through Facebook advertising. Ralph's agency manages a portfolio of Facebook advertising customer accounts in over 30 industries with an annual spend in excess of $40 million.