David Meerman Scott on the power of Real-Time Marketing

David Meerman Scott is a remarkable marketing strategist and bestselling author of some of the most influential books on marketing, such as The New Rules of Marketing & PR: How to Use Social Media, Online Video, Mobile Applications, Blogs, News Releases, and Viral Marketing to Reach Buyers Directly (Amazon affiliate links)(click here to see my review).

He is (and continues to be) a huge influence on my work, so it is a great pleasure for me to share with you this remarkable presentation in which he shares valuable advice on how to engage, connect and grow your business in real time.

The presentation’s duration is around 55 minutes. Trust me, I know how valuable your time is, and I can tell you that watching these 55 minutes is most definitely worth it.



By the way, if you are interested in marketing, I strongly recommend you to check out Edward’s remarkable blog Web Ink Now, it is outstanding.

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1. The Power of Now
2. Mitch Joel on how everything we know about business has fundamentally changed
3. The End of Marketing As We Know It
4. Gary Vaynerchuk on business development, marketing people ruining social media and much more


3 responses to “David Meerman Scott on the power of Real-Time Marketing

  1. Hi Ivan, Thanks for sharing the video. I’m thrilled that my work has helped you. Good luck implementing the ideas.

    • Hi David,
      My pleasure. Thank you so much for everything you do. As I have mentioned in my post, you have been a huge inspiration and reliable source of knowledge and insights for a long time.
      All the best!

  2. Thanks so much Ivan. The best part of my work is providing information that helps people. Take care, David

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