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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.

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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 “...

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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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Last week I posted NOW Is The Time To Begin and several people reached out to me to say they would like to start a new project, but they don’t have enough time. That’s nonsense; we can all find the time to do what’s important. Whenever I hear people say they don’t have enoug...

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Last week, I enjoyed presenting on New Marketing Mastery at the Tony Robbins Business Mastery event in Las Vegas. The energy in the room was remarkable! While everything shared from the stage by Tony and me and the other great speakers such as Scott Harris has potential for ...

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I’m a light sleeper, so whenever I check into a hotel I ask for a quiet room. The way I am treated in this initial encounter with hotel staff is a remarkable predictor of the overall quality of customer service in the hotel.

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Many people have asked me to sum up the ideas of my international bestseller The New Rules of Marketing and PR into just a few words. 

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I love cheese of all kinds except the Pasteurized, Processed yellowish Cheese Food gunk that we here in the USA call “American Cheese”. In my country this stuff, which is mass-produced in a factory, is often sold in individually packaged slices and is what McDonald’s puts on...

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Social media exploded with the news, released June 4, that IHOP (International House of Pancakes) was to change their name  to “IHOb”. Yesterday they announced they aren’t really changing their name. They were lying. It was just a marketing ploy. Ugh.

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