As the fortune reads, “may you live in interesting times.” It’s both a blessing and a curse as interesting implies not only arousing curiosity or catching one’s attention, but also presenting challenging and enthralling opportunities and experiences. Well, we do live in interesting times and every day, I’m studying and living through new experiences and trends to learn, unlearn and grow. But interesting times doesn’t quite describe what’s happening today nor does it properly set expectations for what’s to come….
The podcast of industry publication Demand Gen recently had on Brian Solis as a featured guest, discussing the past and future of influencer relationships.
Industry publication Retail TouchPoints recently did a podcast episode on the subject of pop-up stores and how their benefits can be extended past their closing date, and featured Brian Solis talking on the subject.
The blog of marketing agency Yellowstep recently did an article on tips for better understanding customer needs, quoting from Brian Solis’ thoughts on the subject.
Industry publication Destination CRM recently did an article with advice on user interface designs for customer-focused websites, quoting extensively from Brian Solis’ public thoughts on the subject.
MarketingTech: Brian Solis: On CMO pressure, nailing customer journey touchpoints and the rise of Influence 2.0
James Bourne of industry publication MarketingTech recently conducted a long and wide-ranging interview with Brian Solis about the present and future of their industry.
Industry publication a.list recently took a look at Brian Solis’ Altimeter report on the current state of influencers, sharing conclusions along the way.
Industry publication Venture Beat recently took a look at Brian Solis’ Altimeter report on the state and future of digital marketplaces, drawing conclusions along the way.
Emma Waldron of industry website WorthIx recently interviewed Brian Solis for their podcast, where their wide-ranging discussion included at look at data transformation and the future of the CX industry.
iperceptions: In-store shoppers are not satisfied with their mobile experience and more CX stories you should read
The blog of marketing company iperceptions recently did a round-up of interesting customer experience articles around the web, and included Brian Solis’ essay on how brands must look beyond merely having a mobile presence.