Perpetual Traffic by DigitalMarketer

Perpetual Traffic is a weekly podcast produced by DigitalMarketer and hosted by Ralph Burns and Kasim Aslam

Latest Episodes

Episode 86: UPSYD: The 5-Step Framework to Generate More Customers
February 28, 2017

Learn the 5-step framework that will give you the most upside potential with every new campaign you launch and help you generate more customers. Once you understand this concept, you can win in any market because the framework works on any platform and in any market.

Episode 85: 6 Elements of a High Converting Ad Creative
February 21, 2017

How do you create compelling visuals for your ads? Listen as Molly details the six foundational elements of ad creatives that convert — including even one of these elements in every creative you make will help your ad succeed. Then, Molly goes over the Ad Design Checklist (« that you can swipe for free in the resource section) DigitalMarketer uses to create the concepts for all their marketing visuals.

Episode 84: Ryan Deiss: 7 Questions I Ask Myself Before I Finish Writing Ad Copy
February 14, 2017

Ryan Deiss joins the experts to share the seven questions he asks himself when writing copy, which helps make his ads, emails, and sales copy more effective. Listen to learn how answering even just one of the seven questions can make your ad copy more deliberate, more powerful, and more likely to generate conversions.

Episode 83: How Funded Today Raised $105,999,553 in Crowdfunding Campaigns
February 7, 2017

Thinking of crowdfunding? Learn how you can generate more pledges and run a successful campaign from Zach Smith and Thomas Alvord, founders of Funded Today, who’ve raised over $100,000,000 across different Kickstarter and Indiegogo projects. Zach and Thomas detail to the experts the hooks, strategies, and ads they use to successfully fund a campaign, along with how crowdfunding can validate if you have a good product or not.

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Episode 82: The Death of Organic Social Media with Mike Stelzner
January 31, 2017

The founder and CEO of Social Media Examiner, Mike Stelzner, explains to the experts why organic social media is dead and details the medium and a new philosophy you can leverage to develop a loyal community who can positively impact your bottom line.

Episode 81: How Laura Roeder Grew MeetEdgar to 7,000+ Users
January 24, 2017

Special guest Laura Roeder, founder of MeetEdgar, joins the experts to detail the strategies that grew MeetEdgar to over 7,000 customers—without venture capitalists. Laura, Molly, Keith, and Ralph discuss the funnels and acquisition tactics that are driving MeetEdgar’s success, along with how they’re reducing customer churn. Listen and learn how you can apply these same strategies in your own company.

Episode 80: Facebook Messenger Ads: Everything You Need to Know
January 17, 2017

This is something you can’t ignore. Listen and follow along with Molly’s slides to learn how DigitalMarketer has been using Facebook Messenger Ads, so you can not only stay on the cutting edge, but also come up with a unique strategy to connect with your audience, reach new people, and really stand out in today’s environment. The companies who figure out Messenger ads and use them in their Customer Journey are going to win.

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Episode 79: 3 Ways to Sell with Facebook Paid Traffic in 2017
January 10, 2017

Join the experts as they detail three proven traffic methods they’ve seen work and have used in their own businesses; the psychology behind these tactics is universal and can be applied to any business, no matter your industry. Molly, Keith, and Ralph set foundational guidelines to make sure the way you sell your product or service via Facebook ads is efficient and effective.

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Meet The Host

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.