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Brian Solis Discusses Digital Darwinism and The Future of Business On Business2Community

Brian Solis Discusses Digital Darwinism and The Future of Business On Business2Community

In an article called “Could Your Business Die from Digital Darwinism: Brian Solis Reveals,” Solis discussed these issues with Adam Franklin, an international social media speaker and marketing manager at @Bluewire Media, the Australian based web strategy firm he co-owns. Solis defines digital Darwinism as this era when society and technology are evolving faster than the ability for many businesses to adapt. He says, “We’re seeing businesses incorporate new technology into the organization, but it’s not just a technology solution….

Plugging into the Future of a Connected Humanity: Exploring the Human API

Plugging into the Future of a Connected Humanity: Exploring the Human API

In 2012, I had the opportunity to present at LeWeb in Paris. The theme of the conference explored the Internet of Things, where devices and things connect to one another to perform certain tasks and/or track activities to improve what we already do or make possible what we’re trying to do. The Internet of Things is bigger than we may realize. We are experiencing a shift from a world of inanimate objects and reactive devices to a world where data,…

Connected Customers are Invisible to Those Who Value Demographics

Connected Customers are Invisible to Those Who Value Demographics

Why Generation-C requires empathy and personalization not marketing… In 2012, I spoke at a conference in Amsterdam focused on big data and intelligence to help businesses keep pace with the new generation of connected customers. I remember watching an informative and entertaining presentation by Dr. Peter Gentsch, founder of the Business Intelligence Group (B.I.G.) in Berlin. While this was two-years ago, a lifetime in today’s new media world, I feel his example is still as relevant today as it was…

The Human Algorithm: How Google Ranks Tweets in Real-Time Search

In 2009, Google struck a deal with Twitter, rumored at $15 million, to integrate tweets into keyword related Google searches. And last month, Google also integrated real-time search technology to surface blog posts and news content as they hit the Web – dramatically improving the previous five to 15 minutes its spiders would take to crawl the Web. I should also note that Collecta also offers the ability to search the real-time Web, but its results also include popular networks…

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