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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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Nantucket Island is my favorite surfing spot and when I’m there, I’ll frequently take a lesson at Gary Kohner’s Nantucket Island Surf School. Gary grew up on Nantucket and started surfing in 1984. He started Nantucket Island Surf School in the summer of 1999 to share his lov...

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I’m working on the new sixth edition of my international bestseller, The New Rules of Marketing and PR. The book debuted ten years ago, and every two years or so I update it. It’s always fun to figure out what to add and what to delete from the book. For this edition, I have...

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“Slacker. Hippie. Freak. Get a job. You look like a girl. Unprofessional!” After hearing all sorts of snide comments about their long hair, Chris Healy and Lindsay Barto founded The Longhairs, a global community for men with long hair, to advocate for, educate, and celebrate...

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I recently connected with Matt Risinger, a builder in Austin, TX specializing in applying building science to architect designed fine custom homes, to learn about how he uses YouTube to market his business. Remarkably, Matt has nearly ten million views on his fantastic YouTu...

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Donald Trump is a marketing genius.

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Traditional advertising is product centric. It’s the process of drawing attention to what you’re selling. As such, all advertising is inherently egotistical.

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The recently launched Facebook Live has quickly emerged as a premier live streaming application. Like Periscope from Twitter, Facebook Live turns your smartphone into a broadcast television channel that people can tune into live or watch as a replay.

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I always love sharing examples of success and today we have a fun one from the world of sports. Most professional sports teams, when ready to make an announcement like a new player joining, follow the “old rules”. They just write a press release and then share the news with ...

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