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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 was researching contractors for a home improvement project and found myself on Angie’s List, a paid subscription website with crowdsourced reviews of businesses. In order to unlock the customer reviews, I purchased a membership for under ten dollars a year. That’s when the...

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The way people buy has changed. We’re fed up with unwanted phone calls interrupting us at home and at work. We hate wading through hundreds of unsolicited emails. We’ve had it with intrusive social media messages. We’re tired of poor service from companies that don’t treat u...

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This afternoon I opened a new account at name.com. As I was going through the process I noticed fun little tidbits that kept me interested throughout.

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THEN It was very difficult for buyers to find independent information about the products and services that interested them. NOW Blogs, review sites, and social networks like Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn allow people all over the world to share content and connect with the...

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Stories are universal. No culture has survived without them. They are widely recognized as an essential part of human cognitive development.

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Back in the twentieth century, in most organizations only people in the sales departments sold to customers. Most big companies still do it this way. But with the rise of social networking and instant engagement on the web, now we’re all in sales.

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Recently I’ve been asked several times about my thoughts on sales forecasting. Many companies spend a huge amount of resource micro-managing each salesperson’s pipeline so they can come up with forecasts of how many deals might close in a given month or quarter.

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"Just because" isn't a good reason to interrupt someone you are connected to with your sales message. 

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