Mitra Sorrells of travel-research website PhocusWire recently conducted an extensive interview with Brian Solis concerning customer experience, strategy, the unique challenges of mobile marketing, and a lot more.
Ana Rita Guerra of the Spanish-language Dinheiro Vivo blog recently did an overview of the 2018 VidCon conference, focusing particularly on what lessons can be learned from the recently disastrous Fyre Festival, and quotes extensively from Brian Solis’ event keynote address. Excerpt: A chave está, disse Solis, na criação de algo que o cliente percebe como útil. “A utilidade é o novo viral”, referiu, citando algumas percentagens de crescimento interessantes nas pesquisas do Google. Por exemplo, tanto a busca por…
Troy Dreier of industry blog OnlineVideo.net recently filed a report from the 2018 VidCon conference, and devoted the majority of his article to Brian Solis’ event keynote address.
David Bloom of the video industry blog TV(R)EV recently covered the 2018 VidCon event, and extensively quoted Brian Solis’ keynote address concerning how influencer marketing is useful for more than just the top of the funnel.
Nicole Bitette of Viacom’s “V” blog recently did an overview of 2018’s VidCon, and extensively quoted Brian Solis’ event keynote address.
Pam Neely of analytics app Whatagraph.com recently used Brian Solis as a case example, in an article on new ways companies can be more visible on Instagram.
Giselle Abramovich at Adobe’s CMO.com, a blog devoted to marketing topics, recently covered Brian Solis’ newest report for Altimeter Group, which looks at leading trends in retail innovation.
Marketing consultant Elaine Fogel recently shared a quote from Brian Solis, one of a series of messages she turns to when needing “validation or a chuckle.”
Experience analytics firm Clicktale has selected Brian Solis as one of their 16 customer experience influencers to follow in 2018.
Yahoo! Finance: Brian Solis on Why Apple, Facebook and Google are worried about your ‘digital well-being’
This recent article from Yahoo! Finance examines how leading tech firms like Apple and Facebook are now focusing on the ‘digital wellbeing’ of their users. Brian Solis weighs in on what’s at stake for users of digital services and devices, noting that “to many smartphone owners, they’re more than an appendage — they’re a physical and virtual connection to relevance.”