HIRE ME TO SPEAK
HIRE ME TO SPEAK

Marketing Speaker

The Latest from
David Meerman Scott

No one knows more about using the new Real-Time tools and strategies to spread ideas, influence minds and build business than David Meerman Scott. He's a marketing strategist, speaker, advisor to emerging companies, and author of ten books including three international bestsellers.

 on

Long-time readers of my blog may recall that each US Presidential election cycle, I love to analyze the marketing strategies and tactics used by the various candidates. I look at the Primaries and the General Election and I have done so since the 2004 cycle. I’m fortunate to...

Read the Full Article

 on

James Patterson, one of the most successful authors ever, has always been clever with the way he markets his works. And that makes sense because early in his career he worked in advertising. For his new thriller The Chef Patterson cast actor Cory Tucker in the lead role of D...

Read the Full Article

 on

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...

Read the Full Article

 on

Over the past decade, clickbait headlines have proliferated on all sorts of Web content. They have shown up on blogs with increasing frequency “The 5 social media marketing secrets to drive your business now” and they appear on sponsored content on media sites all the time “...

Read the Full Article

 on

If an online product is free, then you are what’s for sale.

Read the Full Article

 on

Social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are great places to engage both your professional network as well as your personal. However, most people separate business and personal on social media and I think that's a mistake. A fun aspect of social media is getting...

Read the Full Article

 on

Humans are hardwired to connect with each other using many different in-person cues including tone of voice, a lift of an eyebrow, a shake of the head, and other things we don’t quite understand like air pressure changes. But the nuance, emotion, and detail that helps us to ...

Read the Full Article

 on

When I first entered the workforce upon graduation from university, my Wall Street job meant that I wear a suit and tie with polished shoes every day. But gradually, over the several decades since, dress codes for men and women began to relax, first with casual Friday and la...

Read the Full Article