Guest post by Jay Samit (@jaysamit), a serial entrepreneur and author of the bestselling book Disrupt You!
During a recent trip to London, I spent time with the Smart Focus team to discuss the promise and shortcomings of omni-channel strategies.
We live in a time of great technology evolution and revolution. Innovation is not only upon us; it affects, even disrupts, us as marketers and as consumers of other businesses.
Guest post by Brendan Gahan (@BrendanGahan), a YouTube marketing expert helping Fortune 500 brands with their YouTube influencer and community building campaigns.
And then one day, it happened. Customers changed. How they make decisions changed. What they value and how they want to do business changed.
Guest post by Gib Bassett (@gibbassett), firstname.lastname@example.org “Businesses today must invest in experiences because that’s what people want.” – Brian Solis So says Brian in this recent post.
I recently had the opportunity to co-host an event in San Francisco with Jonathan Wolf of Criteo to discuss the past and future of retail and mobile commerce.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is so much more than smart refrigerator that tell you when you need to go to the grocery store, wearables that track your steps or the smart watches you’re thinking about not getting.
Guest post by Fred Studer (@fredstuder), Chief Marketing Officer at NetSuite As my friend Brian Solis says, “This is a time to question everything.” Let’s start with marketing, because it’s overdue for a revolution.
Earlier in the year, I spent some time with Jason Ankeny. He was, at the time, writing an article for Entrepreneur on “the next five years” of business for the print edition.
After I presented at the Digital Media Summit in Toronto, I sat down with Sylvia Ng, VP of Growth and Analytics at ScribbleLive to discuss challenges and opportunities ahead for digital marketers.
No one will remember your failures, but everyone will remember your success. If they do bring up your failures and not your successes, question the value they bring into your world and move forward.
The biggest challenge is not in the understanding or expertise associated with new technology. We can learn that.
Special guest post by Tom Rath, author of Are You Fully Charged?: The 3 Keys to Energizing Your Work and Life The concept of bringing people together in groups, tribes, or organizations is based on the fundamental premise that human beings can do more collectively than they can in isolation.
Whether you realize it or not, when you share an experience you have, whether it’s through a post, review, video, image, rant, praise, etc., it helps a stranger make a decision about what to do next.
Guest post by Maddie Grant (@maddiegrant) author of the new book When Millennials Take Over, exploring the digital mindset and the other three key capacities for recruiting, retaining and engaging Millennials Think about this: the Millennial generation is the first generation to NEVER know a workplace without the internet.
Over the years, my partner Charlene Li and I authored a series of research papers and also a short book on the evolution of social businesses, from philosophy to strategy to practice.
Guest post by Dorie Clark is a marketing strategist who teaches at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
The title is credited to Max Beerbohm, English essayist, parodist, and caricaturist best known today for his 1911 novel Zuleika Dobson.
While in London promoting What’s the Future of Business (WTF): Changing the Way Businesses Create Experiences, I spent some time with the folks who produce The Digital Marketing Show.