David Meerman Scott Live
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David Meerman Scott is available for keynote presentations at corporate events and conferences around the world. He also delivers full-day and half-day masterclasses.
David knows that sitting through a boring or off-topic speech is utterly painful. So he keeps things edgy and interactive. He uses stories and humor extensively to craft presentations that are educational, motivational, and entertaining. But whenever he is front of a group, of eighteen people or eighteen hundred, he provides valuable and actionable information about the new rules of marketing and PR, real-time marketing and PR, online thought leadership, and reaching buyers directly with Web content.
David speaks to all kinds of organizations: Consumer goods companies, Business-to-Business, entrepreneurs, small business owners, nonprofits, and more. He is ranked a top speaker by all the audiences he present to. Most importantly, his presentations combine three essential qualities: entertainment, information, and motivation.
Satisfied audiences include: Cisco, HP, PwC, GenRe, Microsoft, McCormick, Nestle Purina, Amdocs, Jackson Healthcare, Powdr Corporation, Ford Motor Company, Century 21, The New York Islanders, NASDAQ Stock Market, the Government of Ontario, McKesson, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Marine Corps, SAP, Google, Digital River, Hill & Knowlton, Text100, Hanley Wood, Dow Jones, SAS, Business Marketing Association, National Investor Relations Institute, Milken Institute Global Conference, Entrepreneurs Organization, International Health Forum, America Credit Union Conference, TS2, Giant Screen Theater Association, Realtors® Conference, and many, many more…
For decades, marketing has focused on only two ways to get noticed, buy your way in with
advertising or beg your way in with the media. Marketing people have operated under the assumption that you either had to pay big bucks to tell your story.
The rules of marketing have changed. Now buyers are finding answers to their problems online. They search Google, read online portals and news sites, are active on social media like Facebook and Twitter, watch YouTube videos, listen to bloggers’ advice and opinions, and visit company websites.
So what’s a marketer to do? The answer is to think like a publisher and create compelling online content in the form of YouTube videos, online news releases, blogs, podcasts, and online media to reach your buyers directly. Each of these things also has an opportunity to go viral, with others telling your story.
David speaks to all kinds of organizations: Consumer goods companies, Business-to-Business, entrepreneurs, small business owners, nonprofits, and more.
David lived in Asia for ten years and has extensive international experience and his books are translated into nearly 30 languages. So he has a particular expertise in delivering compelling presentations to audiences outside the U.S. He has presented in 37 countries on six continents including: USA, UK, Egypt, Panama, Dominican Republic, the Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Bahrain, Australia, Malaysia, Sweden, Germany, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Spain, Japan, Canada, Mexico, and New Zealand.
I offset my carbon footprint by making a donation to Earth Train, helping to fund their efforts in Centro Mamoní, Panama.