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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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The biggest mistake I see with marketing (and I see it all the time) is when companies focus their communications way too much on their own products and services. It’s much better to start from an understanding of your buyers and their problems. Long-time readers of this blo...

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I'm frequently asked  for advice about writing a business book. Some people want to understand if writing a book might be right for them. Others are beginning the process and would like to know how to get published. Here, in one place, are some practical ideas based on my ex...

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What a year! Nearly all in-person events were canceled worldwide in 2020, starting in March. Meanwhile, virtual events exploded in popularity as organizations tried to figure out how to bring people together online. In this post, I will predict what 2021 will bring to the ev...

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Twitter launched in 2006 and the short form text content platform quickly gained popularity among businesses, the media, government, and artists. Short form video exploded first with apps like Vine (6 second videos) and later Instagram and TikTok. Shorter, shorter, shorter! ...

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At least once a week, somebody reaches out to me and leads off their question or comment by saying their business is different. Most marketers, CEOs, and salespeople think their business or the industry they serve is "different".

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Throughout 2020, I’ve talked a great deal about the ideas in my Wall Street Journal bestselling book Fanocracy: Turning Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans. While a lot of the response has been positive, I have had many people who work in business-to-business organiz...

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At many larger organizations (and some smaller ones too), the legal department is heavily involved in all marketing and communications initiatives, frequently requiring every blog post and press release to be vetted by a lawyer. Sometimes every social post too.

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With the pandemic shutting down in-person events around the world, many organizations have taken their events virtual. However, now that audiences have experience participating in virtual events for several months, they are demanding more than just talking to your grandmothe...

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