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David Meerman Scott

No one knows more about using the new Real-Time tools and strategies to spread ideas, influence minds and build business than David Meerman Scott. He's a marketing strategist, speaker, advisor to emerging companies, and author of ten books including three international bestsellers.

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These days, when a potential customer begins the buying journey, he or she usually wants to learn more about their sales representative and the first place they are likely to go is LinkedIn. What will they find?

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I’ve been increasingly frustrated with the social networks I use regularly including Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook. The main issue is the damned algorithms aren’t showing me what I want to see anymore.  At the same time, my social networking posts aren’t seen by as many ...

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Several years ago, I delivered a presentation in Tallinn, Estonia and I distinctly remember how plugged in the society was at the time. I enjoyed lighting fast free WiFi that was way better than what I had in Boston and the business leaders I met with were focused on digital...

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Friendly and enthusiastic staff is just one element of a restaurant but it is a powerful way to stand out. When you don’t have a celebrity chef or when you aren’t in the most crowded or most exclusive neighborhood, delivering an enjoyable personal experience is a great way t...

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Prior to the ability for consumers to research products, services, people, and companies on the web and social media, salespeople needed to be the expert. The buyer didn’t have the ability to go online and conduct independent research; an important aspect of the sales proces...

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I received a new American Express Business Platinum Card and was delighted to find that it is made out of metal. It’s really substantial, sleek, and stylish. All of a sudden my other credit cards seem mundane. As I was geeking out about a seemingly simple bit of branding, I ...

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It’s been reported that a 30-second 2018 Super Bowl television advertisement costs $5 million. Adding in a million dollars for production on top of that plus agencies and the internal resources dedicated to such advertising increases the cost to a minimum of $7 million. Yes,...

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The massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas experienced a power outage. Crazy, right? All those gadgets and games gone dark! Ha. You can’t make this stuff up. This, of course, was fodder for real-time commentary, newsjacking, and powerful thoughts about the people in ...

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