LinkedIn released a very clever ebook that features 10 of LinkedIn’s favorite Influencer posts (now Pulse). Per LinkedIn, “This timeless collection was hand-crafted just for you, the marketer, and we hope it will inspire, educate, and entertain just as every great piece of content should.”
The ebook features…
- Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer at Marketing Profs and Author of “Content Rules”
- Joe Pulizzi, Founder of the Content Marketing Institute
- Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuite
DNN has developed a clever way to share its favorite marketing blogs…in an infographic titled, “Top 10 Blogs Every B2B Marketer Should Read.”
The list includes:
- Brian Solis
- Seth Godin
- Paul Gillin
- Ann Handley
- Jay Baer
- Jeremiah Owyang
- Amy Porterfield
Brian Solis presented his thoughts on the “Next 10 Years” at LeWeb in Paris, one Europe’s largest tech conferences. He focused on the importance of innovation that drives toward disruption…looking beyond creativity. Solis shared the characteristics of what he terms, “The Dilemma’s Innovator” to solve problems and create opportunities. French media responded well to his message. Following is a roundup of some of the coverage to come out of LeWeb.
As LeWeb™, one of Europe’s biggest tech conferences, celebrated its 10th anniversary in Paris this week, attendees and speakers took a look ahead at the next decade. What are the new trends and technology that will revolutionize the way we work and live? Who will be the new pioneers of innovation?
The rising power of the consumer (both as individuals and groups), new currencies and payment systems, wearable technology and the “quantified self” were all topics discussed. Take a closer look at what some of LeWeb’s speakers predict for the next 10 years:
The New York Post’s Sara Ashley O’brien noticed that top financial analysts were shifting Twitter from a buy to sell rating. As she cleverly noted, “Some analysts have been quick to give Twitter the bird — but does the company deserve it?”
But, digital technology analyst Brian Solis of the research company Altimeter Group sees a brighter future, provided Twitter can face its unique challenges as successfully as Facebook.
Vocus hosted a webinar which discussed the Future of Business and Marketing with WTF author and Altimeter Principal Analyst Brian Solis. At the end of his presentation, Solis received more questions than he could answer live. He took the time to think through the most recurrent themes and shared his thoughts with Vocus for a follow-up article.
Q: We are a computer / network system integrator. Our audience are IT managers in mid-sized corporations, with an age range of 40 – 50 years. What should be the approach to get new customers?
Vala Afshar just published his Top 100 “Must Follow” Twitter accounts for 2014 on Huffington Post. Brian Solis (@briansolis) joins 99 other thought leaders and market makers.
According to Afshar, “These 100 Twitter account will educate you on the very latest and best business, technology and leadership practices. They will inspire you and also accelerate your personal and professional growth potential. And most importantly, these 100 accounts will generously engage with you. Better connections, better experiences.”
Brian Tarran interviewed Brian Solis for Research, a leading international magazine for the global market research business. The conversation spanned Solis’ views on the evolution of social business and his recent book release with Charlene Li, The Seven Success Factors of Social Business Strategy.
Your business is on Facebook. You have a Twitter account set up. You even have a YouTube channel featuring a video of your CEO explaining his vision for the company. You probably think you have this whole ‘social business strategy’ thing nailed, right?
Mashable’s Seth Fiegerman and Brian Solis exchanged thoughts on why Yahoo announced the hire of Katie Couric as its Global Anchor. Here’s a snapshot of the discussion…
Brian Solis, a principal analyst with Altimeter Group who has worked with Couric, notes that the anchor has experimented in the past with creating news items targeted to specific mobile platforms, which may be part of her appeal to Yahoo.
Information Week’s Kristin Burnham asked Brian Solis for his thoughts on the biggest trends for Social Media heading into 2014.
According to Brian Solis, principal analyst at Altimeter Group, this year marked social media’s move into the mainstream.
“It’s no longer passed over as a fad or something that’s going away any time soon,” he said. “Social media is now part of our fabric of society, like mobile phones and computers — it’s a staple of our everyday life.”
Brian Solis is principal at Altimeter Group, a research firm focused on disruptive technology. A digital analyst, anthropologist, and futurist, Solis has studied and influenced the effects of emerging technology on business, marketing, and culture. Solis is also globally recognized as one of the most prominent thought leaders and published authors in new media. His new book, What's the Future of Business (WTF), explores the landscape of connected consumerism and how business and customer relationships unfold and flourish in four distinct moments of truth. His previous book, The End of Business as Usual, explores the emergence of Generation-C, a new generation of customers and employees and how businesses must adapt to reach them. Prior to End of Business, Solis released Engage, which is regarded as the industry reference guide for businesses to market, sell and service in the social web.