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One of the best parts of the digital marketing world is that there are so many rockstars who fly under the radar. Over the last months, I’ve chatted with well-known marketers as well as agency owners and freelancers that you might not know. People like Kaleigh and Sweta come to mind.

This week is another one of those. Matt Bowman is the founder of Thrive Internet Marketing based down in Arlington Texas. When Matt agreed to be on the podcast, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Thrive has benefited greatly from their Credo membership, but I didn’t really know that much about Matt and their founding story.

Let’s just say I was blown away by how thoughtful and focused Matt has been in building the agency he wants to build, that allows him and his employees to live the lives they want to live.

Enjoy the listen. And if you enjoyed this episode, would you leave the CredoCast a review on iTunes? Thanks!


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