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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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Many organizations are helping their customers and the communities they serve during the pandemic. For example, I’ve seen local restaurants serving hungry people and local companies donating masks to those who need them in their work. My favorite example is Duracell, the bat...

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Let me know if this sounds familiar. You spend months planning your business strategy — finding your target market, projecting earnings, conducting research, etc. — but the ROI just doesn’t seem to materialize. And now leadership is looking at you for answers while the prosp...

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Let me ask you a question. Who would you trust more? A business praising its own products? Or a person that you’re familiar with praising its products?

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Fandom is something that athletes, musicians, and performers have been tapping into for years to succeed. The excitement and passion that fans bring to what they love is a powerful force that has been filling entertainment venues for generations.

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In order to stand out from competitors, your company needs to become a Fanocracy — an organization that inspires extreme passion for a product, brand, or idea by putting customers’ needs and wishes at the center of everything it does. 

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I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Fandom is the most powerful marketing force in the world. 

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How do small local shops compete with large chain stores and online sellers? They build fans by creating a personal connection with the local community. That’s exactly what Hafod Hardware in Rhayader, Powys, Wales has done with their holiday video produced for just £100. In ...

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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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