Keynote speaker and best-selling author @davekerpen on Marketing Made Simple TV


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Dave Kerpen is founder and CEO of Likeable Local, the co-founder and Chairman of Likeable Media, and the New York Times best-selling author of Likeable Social Media and Likeable Business. He’s also one of the most read Influencers on LinkedIn.

The show also contains a great offer – How to Represent Your Brand Online. Just click the button at the top of the player to sign up for this great content.

Dave Kerpen
Dave Kerpen

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In this show, you will learn:

  1. Why you need to go where your buyers are
  2. To find out where, just ask them
  3. How to really listen and why most cannot do it.
  4. The importance of genuine gratitude

You will also learn why Dave hand-writes 3 thank-you letters first thing every morning and how you can use that too.

Tweet Dave at @davekerpen and he will answer your tweet. For that matter, send a tweet to @fearlesscomp Jeff Ogden, Creator and Host of Marketing Made Simple TV – and he will answer every tweet as well.


Marketing Made Simple TV is a production of the nicest company in B2B marketing, Find New Customers. And thanks to our new partnership with Madison Logic, we offer more value than ever to sponsors. Contact the show by sending an email to host at

The show premieres every Thursday at noon ET/9am PT at Marketing Made Simple TV. 14 days later, it is broadly syndicated all over the web.

Jeff Ogden
Jeff Ogden ( is President of the Tampa based Find New Customers demand generation agency. .


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