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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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Free ebooks with no registration required are one of the most effective forms of new marketing. When done well, an ebook helps to solve problems and therefore buyers appreciate the content, branding the writer as someone worth doing business with. And because they have treme...

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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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I get hundreds of pitches from people each week, mostly via email. They want to tell me about their product or service or they want to sell me something. I’m sure you get a bunch too.

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I read a copy of Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble by Dan Lyons which I purchased on eBay from a bookseller in California. The book will officially release on April 5, 2016. Disrupted chronicles Lyons’ employment as marketing fellow at HubSpot from April 2013...

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This afternoon I opened a new account at name.com. As I was going through the process I noticed fun little tidbits that kept me interested throughout.

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Stories are universal. No culture has survived without them. They are widely recognized as an essential part of human cognitive development.

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The March / April issue of Columbia Journalism Review contained a story about Kyle Chayka, a 26-year-old freelance journalist who makes his living writing for online publications. Survival strategies of an online freelancer is an interesting take on how an independent journa...

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When you’re new to an industry, you don’t have to play by the rules. You can make up your own or apply ideas from your past experiences. That’s exactly what Michelle Miller did to publish The Underwriting, her first novel releasing later this month.

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