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David Meerman Scott

I write about strategies to turn fans into customers and customers into fans. I also share ways to use real-time strategies to spread ideas, influence minds, and build business.

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You know that weird dream? The one where you’re in your underpants and you need to be somewhere in a few minutes but don’t have any clothes?

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Trust and honesty are hallmarks of building fans of a company, product, or idea. When a company breaks its customers’ trust, it takes a very long time to earn it back. Last week I received an email from PayPal telling me that they will be sending me, without my permission, a...

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Over the past year, I’ve had an opportunity to visit over 20 presidential candidate town hall events in New Hampshire and I’ve asked each candidate a simple question: “Outside of your work and family, what are you a passionate fan of?” I was so excited when Kamala Harris tol...

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My co-author (and daughter) Reiko and I were in the studio recently to record the audiobook of our new book Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans. It was fun to record the audio together!

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I am super excited that I am a guest on this week’s Tony Robbins Podcast! The episode is titled Cracking the Code on Company Culture: How to Turn Lukewarm Customers into Raving Fans, and Disengaged Employees into High-Performing Teams.

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I wake up, bleary-eyed from mild jetlag associated with a three-hour time change plus one more glass of red wine the evening before than I should have had. The Marriott Luxury Collection Hotel that the conference organizer put me in beautiful and comfortable. I let the warm ...

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A modification in how you think of your marketing, simply changing your thinking from an expense to an asset, is a powerful reminder to build marketing that will help your business grow. In accounting terms, an asset - such as equipment, furniture, real estate, and inventory...

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The keynote speaker at your event just delivered a fabulous talk. Attendees offer sustained applause and perhaps a standing ovation. As an event planner, you’re thrilled! But now what? Should the keynote speaker have a Q&A session? Or not?

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