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Digital Marketing Confessions

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Digital Marketing Confessions

A marketing, business podcast from Steve Hooper

Digital Marketing Confessions brings together some of the greatest most talented minds in the digital marketing community to answer the two big questions that entrepreneurs and small business owners are asking… “What isn’t working in the world of digital marketing and what is working right now!”

Giving the latest hints, tips and strategies to implement to your digital marketing plans right now.

Host Steve Hooper designed his first website 25 years ago (yes that is before Google) and over the time he has worked in digital marketing, he has met and worked with some amazing characters and now he is grilling them to get the exact information that will help you move your business forward.

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