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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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Since I announced my new book several weeks ago, many people have reached out to ask me how my co-author (and daughter) Reiko and I came up with the idea for our new book Fanocracy: How to Turn Fans into Customers and Customers into Fans which releases on January 7, 2020.

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I’m having a blast continuing my research into the marketing aspects of the US Presidential election cycle. I live only 20 miles from the New Hampshire border and drive to events in this first in the nation primary state. In this post we’ll take a look at how the candidates ...

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Google Plus launched in mid-2011 to great excitement. Initially by invitation only, a clever ploy to get early adopters to sign on, Google Plus became the fastest growing social network in history when it opened to everybody in September 2011. Now, less than a decade after l...

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Recently I was passing through Philadelphia airport and I couldn’t help but notice thousands of iPads located one at every seat in the restaurants and waiting areas. It seemed like a distraction so I investigated.

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I wish I had the four hours back. I would have preferred to read a book instead. The Super Bowl broadcast was super boring. The game was boring. The commercials were boring. The halftime show was boring. Is it just me? What did you think?

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My recent site redesign and blog optimization project has resulted in a 359 percent increase in traffic to my main site as well as ranking for 3,240 brand new keywords. Now that the project is complete, I wanted to share what I did, how I did it, a hiccup along the way, and ...

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On January 17, 1979 I saw my first Grateful Dead show. I was a 17-year-old high school kid borrowing my mother’s massive Ford LTD Country Squire Station Wagon, traveling with a group of my then closest friends to New Haven, CT. Exactly forty years later on January 17, 2019 a...

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Several days ago, Gillette, the company known for men’s shaving products, released a short (a bit less than two minutes) film titled We Believe: The Best Men Can Be. The film is an interesting look at the #MeToo movement from the male perspective. I really, really wanted to ...

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