Keynote Marketing & Communications Speaker | Samuel Scott
A for­mer jour­nal­ist and news­pa­per edi­tor turned inter­na­tional dig­i­tal mar­ket­ing and com­mu­ni­ca­tions pro­fes­sional, Samuel Scott is a global mar­ket­ing speaker and crafter of strate­gic mar­ket­ing cam­paigns that inte­grate both tra­di­tional and online mar­ket­ing. He is Direc­tor of Mar­ket­ing and Com­mu­ni­ca­tions for log man­age­ment plat­form as well as a con­trib­u­tor to TechCrunch and Moz. Scott has been quoted or cited by publications including AdWeek, CIO, Fortune, and Search Engine Land.

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  • The Value of Community: What I Will Miss from Moz 18 August 2016
    Note: I wrote this essay upon returning home from work. It is a heartfelt reaction to the big news of the day in the digital marketing world. I must state that I know nothing about the financial state of Moz or about the company’s internal operations or politics. This is an off-the-cuff post. Jen Lopez is […]
  • How Google Analytics ruined marketing (TechCrunch) 9 August 2016
    My newest column has been published on TechCrunch: Marketers in the high-tech world who use phrases such as “social media marketing,” “Facebook marketing” and “content marketing” do not understand the basic difference between marketing strategies, marketing channels and marketing content. And Google Analytics is to blame. In the just over 10 years since the release of […]
  • How to Integrate PR and Content Marketing 9 June 2016
    BERLIN — I had the honor of speaking last week at this year’s Content Marketing Masters, one of three European conferences that are held by the German online marketing agency PerformicsAKM3. The topic? “How to Integrate PR and Content Marketing.” Here, I will summarize my presentation for everyone’s benefit. For more details on the highlights […]
  • Everything the tech world says about marketing is wrong 13 April 2016
    My new column is live at TechCrunch: The biggest problem in marketing in the tech world today is that too many marketers do not know the first thing about marketing. Digital marketers — who, as marketers, really should be cynical enough to know better — have fallen into an echo chamber of meaningless buzzwords. First, […]
  • A Publicity Guide on Moz + Calq Webinar Today 10 March 2016
    Want to learn about creative publicity campaigns and that get you in the press and spread over social media? Read my new 11,000-word guide on Moz: No one cares about your company or product. Unless your CEO is Steve Jobs or your product is Google Glass, very few journalists and bloggers are going to write […]

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