For several weeks, our “pager-wearing Millennial keynote speaker” Brian Fanzo is being interviewed LIVE on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange – busting digital myths for everyone!
An important myth Brian busted recently – that “Millennials & Gen Z consumers are hard to reach” — is proving to be a super-hot topic, and something Brian addresses in his keynote programs.
Brian has a true passion for teaching cross-generational empathy when it comes to all areas of marketing. And according to him, “It’s not about the year you were born; it’s your willingness to embrace change, collaboration, and community.” His programs teach new strategies for creating powerful connections and better experiences both online and offline.
In another interview entitled Busting Digital Myths: Has SEO Lost Value Due to Podcasts, Video, and Social Media?, sponsored by Wix.com on Cheddar TV, Brian debunks this misconception to help entrepreneurs and professionals grow their businesses by answering the following questions:
- Why is it important to “spread out” online in a crowded online marketplace?
- What are some of the best ways to be found on Google?
- Should you pay for SEO?
- What is the optimal number of times to post per day?
In this on-demand market, where consumers want information right now, Brian’s advice is to be online everywhere your customers are. In his Think Like a Fan keynote program, Brian shares that great content isn’t determined by you (the brand); it’s determined by your loyal customers. And he teaches how to leverage content and social media to talk with your community… turning customers into fans and fans into influencers.
Fanzo is a Millennial keynote speaker who is shifting generational perspectives on marketing, social media, innovation, embracing change, and collaboration. He inspires, motivates, and educates businesses on how to leverage emerging technologies and digital marketing – to stand out from the noise and engage with customers of all ages.
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