#74: How to Build Your Marketing to Scale Using Key Metrics

On today’s episode of the Art of Paid Traffic, I welcome David Jaeger who’s the founder and CEO of Global SEM Partners which is an agency that specializes in PPC marketing, Google AdWords and eCommerce marketing.

This is the first of two back to back episodes where we’re going to dive in and talk about metrics and measuring your paid ad performance. Not always the most sexy of topics but uber important to understand when you’re running paid traffic in your business.

I asked David to come on the podcast because one of his core messages is understanding and setting performance targets, specifically the psychology behind setting up performance targets for lead generation.

On Today’s Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • How to build your marketing to scale using key metrics
  • Why setting performance targets for your paid traffic is the foundation of growing your business
  • David shares the concepts of “back against the wall” and “laughing to the bank” and how to use these for the best results possible
  • We talk about how much you should spend on your ads too get the best ROI possible
  • And he also shares tips and strategies for tweaking your sales funnel for better results


Before we get into today’s episode I want to welcome all the new listeners we have here on the show!

Last week we had a huge spike in downloads and I’m honestly not sure what caused it so if you’re sharing the show with your friends or your email list or followings on social media, thanks so much for doing that. If you’re a new listener to the show, welcome!

My name is Rick Mulready and I’ve been using FB ads since 2010 and I help entrepreneurs and businesses create freedom in their lives by teaching how to create an automated system for getting leads and sales everyday with Facebook ads.

In the year 2000, I started in the world of corporate internet advertising working for AOL in their online advertising group. I spent 5 years there then came out here to the west coast where I worked for Yahoo for 2 years in their ads group, and then sold online advertising for companies like Vibrant Media and Funny Or Die.

I’ve specialized in everything from standard banner ads to flash ads, video ads to branded entertainment, to text links and contextual advertising and eventually Facebook ads.

And then at the end of 2012 I stopped working for the man and started my own business focused on Facebook ads.

Here on the Art of Paid Traffic we explore all the different ways you can use paid traffic to grow your business.

As a Facebook ads guy, of course we talk a lot about Facebook ads, but we also cover strategies and topics like YouTube ads, Google Adwords, retargeting, native advertising, Instagram, LinkedIn ads, sales funnels, analytics, landing pages, sales pages, how to write good ad copy… You name it, if it has to do with using paid traffic to grow your business. You’ll hear tips and strategies for doing it better…right here on the podcast.

This is your one-stop shop for learning what’s working right now and what’s not working when it comes to using paid traffic to grow your business and fuel your sales machine.

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