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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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Lawyers will always tell you to formally trademark, patent, or copyright your idea. After all, you want to protect your intellectual property, right? Well, there is another way. If you want your ideas to spread far and wide, it’s best to let people freely share your work.

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In our fast-paced digital world, we are constantly bombarded with offers, opportunities, and opinions. The cluttered nature of the digital age means that we have a mere fleeting moment to leave an impression.

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I'm frequently asked  for advice about writing a business book. Some people want to understand if writing a book might be right for them. Others are beginning the process and would like to know how to get published. Here, in one place, are some practical ideas based on my ex...

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The vast majority of people apply for an internship, a job, or startup funding as if it’s a college application. They knock on the front door just like everyone else and ask to be let in. A better way is to create content and publish online to market yourself to potential em...

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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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While sheltering in place at my home near Boston, I wanted to share a few thoughts about the COVID-19 situation. Bottom line: We’re all in this together. Let’s be safe and let’s support each other!

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The keynote speaker at your event just delivered a fabulous talk. Attendees offer sustained applause and perhaps a standing ovation. As an event planner, you’re thrilled! But now what? Should the keynote speaker have a Q&A session? Or not?

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Gosh, most webinars are dreadfully boring! The presenter drones on and on and we curse the moment we chose to tune in. Maybe we stay on because of the promise of some good information to come, but it is frustrating. It doesn’t have to be that bad! We can make webinars better...

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