Tech publication CNET recently did an article on Facebook’s decision to hand over editorial oversight of their service to an independent board in 2019, talking with Brian Solis about his views on the subject.
Tech publication CNET recently did an article on what lies next for social media in the wake of the Google+ shutdown, and talked with Brian Solis for his opinions.
Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to keynote #SMMW18 in San Diego on the “State and Future of Social Media” and how we can (and need to) take back control of technology’s role in our lives. It was the first time speaking on the subject after walking away from it for several years. It was a big talk…first time presenting it. It was also a big audience…several thousand attendees. I was nervous and human and trying to stay centered….
Ester Gritsaeva of fintech blog TheOofy recently wrote an article on the interesting confluence between blockchain technology and social media, quoting from Brian Solis’ public thoughts on the subject.
Tim Pickard of Enterprise Connect’s “No Jitter” blog recently did an article on how not to fall behind with the rapid pace of technology, and extensively quoted Brian Solis’ public thoughts on the subject.
Nivedya Varma of industry publication Marketing Technology Insights recently compiled an overview of advice for companies to use social media to garner more customer reviews, and quoted Brian Solis within the article.
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.
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.”
Have you noticed the shift in focus of the evolving digital expert? We have… The Gapingvoid team and I have collaborated on many projects over the last decade. Our work has focused on prodding executives and entrepreneurs to think differently in their approaches to digital Darwinism and disruption. Whether we’re speaking to startups about the next big thing, attempting to humanize corporate culture and innovation or exploring ways to engage audiences in more meaningful ways, art and story carry our…
In 2010, my dear friend Hermione Way invited me as the first-ever guest on her then new show, “Silicon Valley Uncovered” for TheNextWeb. It aired on January 18th, 2011. I share this with you because the conversation, while several years old now, is strangely better suited for today and the modern times in which we live and work. I’m not even sure how I stumbled across this interview. To be honest, I’m taken aback by how prescient and philosophical this conversation…