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Jabber From The Hut - Episode 14 - How to build a killer growth marketing advertising campaign

By Matthew Wood July 15, 2019 Social media advertising Podcast PPC Ads Growth marketing Jabber from the hut

 



This week on Jabber From The Hut we have a role reversal on our hands, as the guys talk about online advertising. 

Sam Turner takes over the hosting duties with a mission to 'Make hosting great again' while Matt Wood becomes a guest providing his "expert" knowledge on the subject of PPC, and paid social media. Jon Pittham takes on the role of glamorous assistant to Matt...

They talk about the benefits of online advertising, how to start thinking about setting up a campaign, pitfalls and challenges and of course the future of advertising.   

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Running order

Podcast #14

0:00 - 3:00 - Welcome and introduction

3:00 - 43:45 - In discussion with Sam Turner, Jon Pittham and Matt Wood on PPC and the world of online ads

43:45 - 45:08 - Outro

 

Matthew Wood

Matthew Wood

Matt joined ClientsFirst in July 2016, having previously specialised in social media for a range of client-side brands; from radio, to fashion, property investment to music. At ClientsFirst, Matt gets involved with all of our digital marketing, leading the way on our clients’ social media efforts, PPC and contributing to the team on areas such as SEO, Website UX, creative development and email marketing. When he’s not our social expert, Matt focuses on his music. A keen singer, guitar, piano, bass and drum player, Matt plays live when he can and otherwise spends time in his home studio. When he needs a break from that, it’s Sci-Fi at the cinema, or a few beers at pubs around the Cheshire countryside.

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