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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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I frequently get emails and social media inquires from people who tell me that they’ve learned the ideas in The New Rules of Marketing and PR or one of my other books and are eager to implement the strategies and tactics, but somebody higher up in the organization says “no”....

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These days, when a potential customer begins the buying journey, he or she usually wants to learn more about their sales representative and the first place they are likely to go is LinkedIn. What will they find?

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We are now going through the biggest communications revolution in human history. Nearly every single person on the planet has a smartphone in their pocket and your potential customers are instantly engaged 24/7 to the companies they want to do business with.  The problem is ...

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Many marketers obsess over the competitors and their work reflects that obsession. But this isn’t the best approach to communicating to existing and potential customers. Advertising frequently includes comparison with the competition: Better, faster, cheaper!

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Today I got a direct mail advertisement from the local office of Sotheby’s International Realty. Normally I just throw my junk mail into the recycle bin, but the headline of this particular piece struck me as missing the mark. “As a Top Producing Agent” is what it said.

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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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I notice that most event planners who have a site promoting their annual conference delete the prior year’s pages, only displaying the current year’s conference information. That’s a mistake for many reasons.

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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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