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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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I’ve noticed that salespeople are abusing LinkedIn more and more. They connect and then immediately go into selling mode. Social selling on LinkedIn does not simply mean transferring inane interruption selling techniques onto social media!

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Have you noticed that communications from organizations that should know better often comes with an opening “Dear Colleague”?

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Your salespeople should assume that they are the last place a buyer goes, not the first. They must assume that very little of their knowledge is proprietary.

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I’m super excited about the release of the short documentary film re:connection. I’m featured in the 15-minute film along with neuroscientists, marketers, content creators (including an 80-year-old TikTok star), and futurists. In it, we explore how video helps us connect and...

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In the past 18 months, virtual selling has exploded as in-person sales became difficult because of the pandemic. Tools like Zoom and Teams are great, however most salespeople aren’t using them correctly, limiting the effectiveness of their sales messages. Specifically, sales...

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If you are working in a so-called business-to-business marketing and sales environment, it’s essential that you always remember that you are not marketing or selling to IBM or a hospital or a restaurant chain. You are always marketing and selling to people.

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In our fast-paced digital world, we are constantly bombarded with offers, opportunities, and opinions. The cluttered nature of the digital age means that we have a mere fleeting moment to leave an impression.

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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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