Brian Solis on accelerating collaboration through connection: “Through a telescope, we bring the world closer. Through a microscope, we see what was previously invisible to the naked eye.”
Matters of Influence: Speaker Brian Solis Will Help You Understand Influencer Marketing at #Inbound17
With the most engaging influencers in influencer marketing, Brian Solis comes in #2 on the list of influencers who will help you understand influencer marketing at INBOUND 2017.
Brian Solis is a much-anticipated speaker for creative designers and developers at HubSpot’s 2017 INBOUND marketing conference.
Sought-after keynote speaker Brian Solis shares his shares his knowledge on the great economic impact of customer ‘experiences’ in this podcast.
Charles Darwin’s study and publications were so ground breaking that when referencing evolution you will often hear the term Darwinism, either reflecting upon his works or the beliefs in evolution. Over a century later Brian Solis uses Darwin’s work as a metaphor to help describe the phenomenon occurring when the rate of change in technology and society are faster than organisations can adapt.
Marketers must have a digital foundation that allows them to study the customer journey, where it hums, where there’s friction, and where it’s completely broken down, said Brian Solis, principal analyst at Altimeter Group, and author of “X: The Experience When Business Meets Design.” “This is the low-hanging fruit to iteration,” he told CMO.com. “Innovation comes later.”
Avangate: Brian Solis makes the ‘Ultimate List of 60 eCommerce Experts You Need to Follow on Twitter’
Brian Solis proved that his work as a blogger, keynote speaker and well-known author on topics like technology, business development, marketing, digital transformation and startup culture made him worthy of being on Avangate’s Ultimate List of eCommerce experts to follow on Twitter. In addition to being an expert in online businesses, he is also a huge social media influencer.
“In a world of technology and accidental narcissism, humanity, powered by empathy, becomes the killer app.” – Brian Solis
According to Brian Solis, the argument in favor of repealing the FCC’s privacy regulations applying to ISPs is flawed and misleading. Solis warns that ISPs will lose big time if they compete against one another based on user privacy.
Brian Solis suggested former Uber CEO Kalanick could come back after a period of time passes, “Steve Jobs, too, was not without his issues in that people felt he was incredibly harsh and blunt, and I think that’s par for the course in that all leaders have things that rub people the wrong way. No one questions that when companies are doing well. Travis is arguably someone who adds value to the company.”