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Apr 13, 2022
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If you've been running Facebook ads for as long as Molly Pittman and Ralph Burns, you know how much the platform and strategies have changed over the years. And if you've been listening to Perpetual Traffic , the weekly paid traffic podcast produced by DigitalMarketer, for the past 4 years, you'll also be in the know. Because Perpetual Traffic now has *gasp* 200 episodes on the subject! Ralph and Molly updated their listeners on happenings at the forefront of digital advertising since 2015 (yes, you heard that right). And with nearly 4.5 million downloads , it's safe to say that listeners are seeing a good return on their investment of their time. To celebrate hitting the 200 marker, we've dug into our archives and collected the 10 most popular episodes of PT. Whether you're listening to these 10 for the first time or rediscovering them, you'll find a wealth of knowledge about paid traffic here. And be sure to check out Episode 200 HERE! A few words from the hosts But before diving into the episodes, our hosts had a few words of thanks they wanted to share. Molly Pittman “Ralph and I are thrilled to Phone Number List celebrate Episode 200 of Perpetual Traffic . Thank you to our listeners and everyone who worked behind the scenes to make this podcast a reality. The perpetual traffic is one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Being able to help businesses grow and improve the lives of our listeners is a true honor. We are committed to continuing to provide you with all the latest and actionable information about buying digital media. Thank you again for your support." Ralph Burns “It's hard to believe we've now done 200 episodes! Thank you to everyone who has listened to us over the years and to everyone who has commented, given reviews and shared feedback. It means so much. It's truly amazing how many people and their businesses have been touched by this little show we started 4 years ago. Special thanks to everyone at DigitalMarketer behind the scenes who made the series possible, especially our producer Darren Clarke. We couldn't do it without his technical wizardry, knowledge, help and support. Here are 200 more episodes!