Dr Brent Coker
- Branding and Advertising Speakers
- Business Speakers
- Creativity and Innovation Speakers
- Customer Service Speakers
- Information Technology Speakers
- Online Marketing and E business Speakers
- Retail and Franchise Speakers
- Sales and Marketing Speakers
- Social Media Experts and Bloggers
Testimonials for Dr Brent Coker
Brent is able to share insights and provide scientific research that is truly valuable. It is Brent's ability to describe key contributing factors that result in a satisfying even experience that exceeds expectations.
People are calling Dr Coker a hero after releasing his findings into how social media should be used in the workplace. We’re very pleased to have benefited from his knowledge. It’s been a pleasure working with a fellow PhD who truly is at the forefront of his field.
Brent’s insights into customer psychology are very advanced, and we were thrilled to have the chance to work with him. In a time when many of us are struggling to harness the power of the internet, it was a relief to have Brent on our side. I just hope our competitors don’t find out!
Brent, thank you so much for your brilliant presentation! It really raised the flag for the rest of the LearnX conference program – the feedback has been extremely positive and generated many ongoing discussions. It was spot-on and really opened the minds of the delegates!
CEO, Founder - Learnx Foundation
Fee Range: POA
Dr Brent Coker's Biography
Thought provoking and insightful Dr Brent Coker is a marketing futurist who shares his entertaining insight into the science of persuasion triggers, social activation, and what the best brands are doing that you’re probably not.
Dr Brent Coker is an author, entrepreneur, and academic. He has a PhD in electronic commerce (consumer psychology) and has founded several online businesses beginning with Fernland.com in the late 90s and more recently webreep.com (Deloosh) and Cape (co-founder).
His book Going Viral was number 5 on the best Heathrow WH Smith best seller list in the UK, and his research as an academic has been reported around the world, including in Scientific American, CNN, and The New York Times to name a few.
Brent has been teaching Digital Marketing at the University of Melbourne since 2009, and was awarded “best entrepreneurial educator of the year” by the business and higher education round table in 2012. From 2012-2013 wrote a monthly column for Business Solutions magazine. He has consulted to companies including NASA, IBM, Qantas.
What makes Brent different? He is a bridge. He finds nuggets of scientific knowledge in hard-core marketing and psychology journals and applies them to real life scenarios, particularly in the realm of content marketing, brand building, and persuasion. As such, he bridges obscure academic findings with entrepreneurs looking to get an edge.
Brent is content producer and presenter of the Masterclass series Virology – an insightful summary of the science behind word-of-mouth and the psychology of consumer engagement, and is the brains behind the increasingly well-known Going Viral framework.
Speaking Topics Include
Marketing techniques during a recession
The urgency of brand recall - With AI and voice search diffusion we’re at a critical juncture in the age of search marketing, and the only way to survive is to adopt a Brand Recall strategy…
Increasing the accuracy of decision making - We all make mistakes, but in business mistakes can be disastrous. In this talk I explain the science and application of ‘democratised decision making’. The art and craft of influencer marketing, social activations, and hybrid campaigns
Step into Marketing 2020+ What the cleverest brands are doing that you’re probably not.
Purchase decision triggers - Do you really know why consumers decide to buy? You might be surprised… A entertaining look at the psychology of buying decisions.
Digital Marketing - What you now need to know to gain an advantage online.
Word of mouth - How to activate viral sharing from your customers
Going viral - The secrets of irresistible marketing.
Brand building - How to build powerful brand equity