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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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Creating fandom around your business is something you can do right now. The excitement and energy fans bring serves as rocket fuel for any business. Just look at Trader Joe’s and Southwest Airlines, two companies that have beaten the competition through investing in fandom.

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Creating Fandom through Community Few things feel better than belonging to a special group of like-minded people. Whether it’s attending a conference on your professional passion with your friends, rooting for your hometown team with fellow fans, or jamming to your favorite ...

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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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I’m just back from the HubSpot #Inbound19 conference. This year 25,000 people convened in Boston to learn about inbound marketing, sales, and customer support. A Google search returns more than 50 million hits for the term “inbound marketing” coined by HubSpot, but not trade...

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An important fundamental of investing and financial security is diversification. Spreading your money among different types of assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate, and collectables means you’re balancing risk and reward. Over time, this approach is much more likely to ...

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I sat down with my daughter Reiko for a short video discussion about diversity in marketing. Reiko is a half-Japanese Millennial and my co-author of our new book Fanocracy: How to Turn Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans which will release January 7, 2020 from the Po...

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Most email newsletters are terribly boring, especially those from B2B technology companies. And political candidates. And nonprofits. Well, most organizations send boring email newsletters. One way to stand out from the swamp of sameness is to use humor.

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I’m having a blast continuing my research into the marketing aspects of the US Presidential election cycle. I live only 20 miles from the New Hampshire border and drive to events in this first in the nation primary state. In this post we’ll take a look at how the candidates ...

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