081: David Meerman Scott

David Meerman Scott is a best selling marketing author and speaker and thanks to Jim Stewart who helps keep David at the top of Google with StewArt Media he stopped by to chat with The Blokes on a recent visit to Melbourne.

Here is what we learned from David Meerman Scott in this podcast

  • How David became a “accidental marketing strategist”
  • Why David’s book “The New Rules of Marketing & PR” became his platform
  • What David has learned travelling to over 100 countries
  • Why David’s speaking coach has improved his speaking technique
  • How David prepares to deliver keynotes and speeches for a variety of clients
  • Amazing story involving Steve’s fridge and tumble dryers in China
  • Why David is always checking Google News
  • Why Taylor Swift gets a mention and which Bloke is a Swiftie?

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