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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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My friend Colin Warwick emailed recently to share his excitement about a wine: “This wine bottle has a peel off token that invites you to become a fan. Peel it off. Stick it in your wallet. Buy it next time you revisit the store.”

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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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Less than five minutes into a demo by CEO Kate Chernis Bradley of the Lately artificial intelligence platform for creating social media posts, I knew I wanted to use it in my work. And by the end of our short Zoom call, I knew I also wanted to invest in the company and serve...

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Audio social media is booming. New podcasts are started every day and established show hosts tell me their listener numbers are rising. At the same time, the Clubhouse app is one of the fastest growing social networks ever. Perhaps it’s the pandemic and people with time to e...

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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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In the past ten years, K-pop has become a phenomenon with fans not just in Korea but all over the world. Groups like BTS and BLACKPINK captivate audiences, inspiring a feverish adoration that outpaces what the Beliebers, the Beyhive, and Beatlemaniacs ever did.

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The vast majority of people apply for an internship, a job, or startup funding as if it’s a college application. They knock on the front door just like everyone else and ask to be let in. A better way is to create content and publish online to market yourself to potential em...

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An original Banksy titled Morons  was purchased for about $100,000, destroyed (burned on a livestream) and turned into a non-fungible token (NFT) which sold on Sunday for 228.69 ETH (approximately $380,000 at the time of the transaction). What a remarkable offline to online ...

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