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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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It’s increasingly clear based on my years of studying fandom that people are attracted to that which is personal to them. An athletic activity, sports team, company, service, rock band, author, or idea that encourages people to be part of a tribe of like-minded people serves...

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My friend, HubSpot co-founder and Executive Chairperson Brian Halligan, who is my co-author on our book Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead loves the expression: “These are the Good Old Days!”

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

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As we move from 2021 into 2022, many people are contemplating a life change or a major business project. Perhaps you are considering a career transition such as going freelance or starting your own company. Maybe you’re weighing a personal decision such as moving from the ci...

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The way most marketers operate is by making stuff up. They sit in nice comfortable offices and imagine what interests buyers and then create “copy” and “campaigns” typically with the help of equally clueless agencies. But a focus on buyer personas helps eliminate this behavi...

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When you can buy most anything you want online, the retailers who serve us seem interchangeable. But they don’t have to be. Recently I placed my first order with Sweetwater, a music instrument and pro audio retailer, and was amazed by how well they treated me.

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There are fans. There are super fans. And then there are the most ardent and extreme fans who live their life looking for opportunities to engage with what they love. Yes, I admit I am one of them. I love the Grateful Dead.

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To paraphrase the Wikipedia entry, email spam is sending email that is both unsolicited by the recipient and sent in substantively identical form to many recipients. Unfortunately, way too many Public Relations people are spammers.

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