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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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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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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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Like many of you, I’ve been experimenting with the scorchingly-buzzy new social app Clubhouse. As I write this, Clubhouse is only available on the iPhone (Android is coming) and is currently invitation-only, however millions of people are on the platform. While Clubhouse has...

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The Facebook engineering department just released an interesting post titled How machine learning powers Facebook’s News Feed ranking algorithm. The post provides new details about what I called one of the most destructive technologies ever invented in my blog post last week...

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The Facebook Artificial Intelligence powered algorithm is designed to suck users into the content that interests them the most. The technology is tuned to serve up more and more of what you click on, be that yoga, camping, Manchester United, or K-pop. That sounds great, righ...

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Twitter launched in 2006 and the short form text content platform quickly gained popularity among businesses, the media, government, and artists. Short form video exploded first with apps like Vine (6 second videos) and later Instagram and TikTok. Shorter, shorter, shorter! ...

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As companies have pivoted from in-person events to virtual events in 2020, one of the most common questions I’m asked is how to drive social media engagement. Event planners are eager for people to share but want to understand the best way to build a tribe of like-minded peo...

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