eCommerce Secrets that Get Paid Social Ads to Perform (Part 1) — Timmothy Brown // Huckberry

Today we’re going to hear from an expert in paid social advertising. Timothy Brown is the Paid Customer Acquisition Lead at Huckberry, online magazine & men’s fashion retailer. Huckberry is has gone from a bootstrapped startup to become an innovator in the digital commerce. In this episode, Tim is going to give walk us through some of the analysis and advertising strategies he uses to promote the Huckberry brand.
About the speaker

Timothy Brown

Huckberry

 - Huckberry

Timothy is an experienced Performance Marketer with a focus in e-commerce.

Show Notes

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    Benjamin: Okay, today we're going to hear from an expert in the paid social advertising space. Timothy Brown is the paid customer acquisition lead at Huckberry, an online magazine and men's fashion retailer. Huckberry has gone from a bootstrap startup to become an innovator in the digital commerce space. In this episode, Tim is going to walk us through some of the analysis and advertising strategies that he implements to promote the Huckberry brand. Here's our interview with Timothy Brown from Huckberry. Tim, thanks for joining us.
About the speaker

Timothy Brown

Huckberry

 - Huckberry

Timothy is an experienced Performance Marketer with a focus in e-commerce.

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