In this episode, you’ll learn how to look through your Ad Manager data and figure out what’s causing your high CPAs.
Listen to learn the 3-step strategy paid ad experts use to make sure they’re targeting the right audience, every time.
In this episode, Savannah Sanchez, CEO and founder of The Social Savannah, explains the advantages of these platforms over Google and Facebook.
In this episode, we cover common mistakes people make when setting up a Facebook ad campaign and go over an 11 step checklist to fix campaigns that aren’t converting.
In this episode, Kasim Aslam gives us a deep dive into Smart Shopping on Google and why he believes it’s the best algorithm on the market right now.
In this episode, we’ll talk about the results we got and what this means for the future of our Perpetual Traffic business.
In this episode, Angela Ponsford joins Ralph and Amanda to talk about how the new iOS14 changes have been playing out and the latest on attribution.
In this episode, Scalable’s General Manager Erin MacPherson joins Ralph and Amanda to talk about what it’s like to be inside of a growing agency and working through the inevitable challenges that come with growth.
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Amanda is the Director of Marketing at DigitalMarketer, where she helps drive the mission to double the size of 10,000 businesses. She’s lived and worked in Austin for the last six years, implementing marketing and content strategies for local businesses and large software companies alike. With a background in journalism, she's focused on helping professionals grow themselves and their businesses by asking the right questions and launching the right campaigns.
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.