Are you making offers that require an in-person meeting or consultative sales call? Frank Kern joins the Perpetual Traffic crew (Keith, Molly and Ralph) to reveal his 3-tiered system for creating paid traffic campaigns that sell high priced products and services.
In Part 2 of this series on creating the perfect ad, the Perpetual Traffic experts turn their attention to warm and hot audiences. Keith, Molly and Ralph teach you how your ad copy, images, offers and targeting should change as the relationship with your prospect evolves.
How do you create a system that brings new leads and sales to your business day after day? You master the science (and art) of running ads to cold traffic. In this episode, you’ll learn how the Perpetual Traffic pros create ads that cause even the coldest of prospects to stop what they’re doing and click.
Derek Halpern of Social Triggers joins Keith, Ralph and Molly to reveal his method for building blog traffic using both organic and paid methods. Derek has built a massive following (and email list) on Social Triggers by creating curiosity based content and layering conversion based content with retargeting ads to complete the customer journey. Look out at the 25 minute mark as Derek, Keith, Ralph and Molly recap the Social Triggers traffic strategy and provide a tactical example you can apply to your business.
In the last episode of Perpetual Traffic Russ Henneberry, Director of Editorial at Digital Marketer, joined the Perpetual Traffic crew to cover the process used to plan a piece of blog content to use in a paid traffic promotion. Russ is back this week to discuss the second half of the process --- the actual writing and formatting of the blog content.
In the first eight episodes of the Perpetual Traffic podcast you’ve learned the power of running paid traffic to outstanding content that properly positions your products and services to ice cold prospects. But how do you actually create this epic content? In the first of a two-part series, the Perpetual Traffic crew are joined by the Director of Editorial at Digital Marketer, Russ Henneberry, to reveal his 6-step process for creating content that sells.
The biggest mistakes rookie (and even veteran) marketers make with paid traffic can often be traced back to poor ad targeting. In the last episode of Perpetual Traffic, we learned to determine the ad platform that is most ideal for reaching your target audience. Is it Facebook? Google? Pinterest? Bing?
Should you buy traffic from Google? Instagram? Bing? Facebook? It depends. In this episode, the Perpetual Traffic experts (Keith, Molly and Ralph) teach you to avoid the first (and biggest) mistake people make when buying traffic. You’ll learn to determine the right ad platform for your offer so you can put your marketing in front of your ideal customer. The truth is that the quality of your offer, ad creative and landing pages means nothing if you don’t find your market. Learn the Perpetual Traffic method for picking the right...
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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 DigitalStrategyBootCamps.com, providing 1-on-1 coaching and consulting to help businesses grow through digital channels.
Molly started her career as an intern at DigitalMarketer.com 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 $12+ million on paid traffic channels like Facebook, Google, and Twitter while maintaining a positive return on investment.
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.