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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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Sales Benchmark Index, a sales and marketing consultancy focused on helping B2B companies make the number, recently updated their site.

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Last month my daughter Allison invited me to join her to see Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros at the Boston Calling music festival. It was an epic invitation because Allison, who is soon entering her final year of university, has become a live music fan based on my tak...

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This morning, my wife Yukari Watanabe Scott noticed a fascinating advertisement on her Facebook. The ad, for LendingTree, depicted a mixed-race family with one child.

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I have exercised in over 100 hotel gyms. Some are great, fully outfitted with the latest gear. Some are tired and broken down.

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I had an opportunity to spend a few minutes with Emmy and Grammy award winning actor and entrepreneur LeVar Burton after a taping an episode of Bryan Elliott’s Behind the Brand show. It was a fun group that also included Mike Rowe from television’s Dirty Jobs. LeVar Burton g...

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This weekend I got my Open Water Scuba certification at Ocean Frontiers Ltd. in the Cayman Islands. I chose Ocean Frontiers because I connected with them on Facebook at the suggestion of a friend and then wrote about how the Ocean Frontiers Green Short Challenge is a terrifi...

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I'd like to nominate the English-language edition of the Tokyo 2020 Candidate City website as the worst English-language site in the world. The site is built in support of bringing the 2020 Summer Olympic Games to Tokyo.

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You could hardly ask for a more dramatic example of how near zero-cost videos can expand reach and drive business. And it all started because Mary McNeight identified a problem that no one online was helping people solve.

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