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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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Several weeks ago, I presented at the ScaleUp Summit in New Orleans. It was a terrific event hosted by my friend Verne Harnish and was presented in collaboration with Bloomberg Live. I used my presentation as an opportunity to do some research on social media and the resulti...

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Last week I wrote about my personal relationship with Facebook over the past decade. In my post I concluded I no longer trust the company. Many people jumped in who agree. Some wanted to know what we can do about it. Is there an alternative?

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My friend Stephen Turban is wicked smart. How smart? Well he’s a recent graduate of Harvard College and a current analytics fellow at McKinsey & Company. But he also speaks and writes Mandarin. Oh, and he’s the author of Your Relationship GPA: Lessons from Harvard students o...

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In a world of increasing scandal, with institutions playing fast and loose with the truth and people slapping “fake news” labels on content with increasing frequency, I predict success in 2018 will come from telling the truth. Always.

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Net neutrality is in the news, but an even bigger problem is looming, the increasing lack of content neutrality. The island mentality of the world’s largest technology companies including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google isn’t getting nearly the debate that it should. The...

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I’ve been playing with my new iPhone X for the past week and I absolutely love it. What an amazing device! I got to thinking about my original iPhone 1 and how revolutionary it was when released in 2007, just ten years ago, so I dug it out of a drawer and played with it too....

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I remember very clearly the moment in 1995 when I first saw a web page. I very quickly subscribed to a dial-up internet service and began thinking about the marketing aspects of the new technology. I sensed this would be big. More than twenty-five years later, marketing has ...

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American Airlines is an amazing example of the new rules of marketing and public relations at work throughout an organization. Recently, I went to the company’s Dallas headquarters to learn how the airline uses real-time social networking to communicate with customers. In th...

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