The Frontline Podcast

The Sales and Marketing Podcast that helps entrepreneurs and enterprise leaders with the tools, tips and techniques for better results.

Ep11 – The State of Digital Marketing

Written by Admin

February 8, 2021

How important is digital marketing in a business leader’s toolkit

In this bonus episode one of the Hosts Jeremy Pearce from Outside Sales Training speaks with our guest Matthew Macinante from Gingerbread (A Digital Agency) here in Brisbane.

We speak about the complexities of running advertisements in the digital space for small businesses, what are the challenges and common questions we run into when choosing whether or not to employ an agency to run your next online advertising campaign.

“There’s no cookie cutter (No pun intended with gingerbread) approach with any industry and each and every business needs to have their own unique approach” – Matthew Macinante

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