Six Pixels of Separation - The Blog
July 20, 2009 7:37 PM

Keeping It Real

What are these digital channels really all about?

Following is the first of six online videos we (the team at Twist Image) created in conjunction with the September release of the book, Six Pixels of Separation. Feel free to watch and share it (if you find it interesting): Six Pixels of Separation - Mitch Joel - Keeping It Real:

By Mitch Joel

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  • Posted by Etienne Bastien
    Mitch Joel

    What I want, When I want, Where I want : Voici la réalité des consommateurs d'aujourd'hui. Votre livre sera une inspiration pour tous les jeunes publictaires.

    J'ai bien hâte de lire le livre. Félicitations.

  • Posted by Dwight Spitz
    Dwight Spitz

    so how do we drastically cut down on words?

  • Posted by ipub
    Mitch Joel

    Nice one thank you:

    Initiate and engage conversation is really important as conversatinoal capital (the book: illustrates.

    I wonder if you plan to publish other video that explores for instance: conversation monitoring or KPIs social network ?

    Take care Mitch
    Jean julien
    ipub Canada

  • Posted by Alex Ikonn
    Mitch Joel

    Hey Mitch,

    At first I was confused when I came across this video on Youtube, thinking.... Six Pixels... episode 1 .... isn't it episode hundred something already. But now I get it.

    Thank you for spreading the message that marketing jargon like world class is bull shit. Yes it still works on some people but most people say - "PROVE IT!" And they find out by going through various social channels.

    P.S. Since you redesigned your blog, can I use your old blog design. LOL ;D just kidding. I did really enjoy the previous design. In terms of user interface, it is much more convenient.

    All the best Mitch,

    Alex "Prove It" Ikonn

  • Posted by CT Moore
    Mitch Joel

    That was awesome, Mitch!

    But what about when someone is a complete jerk? Should they still keep it real? ;)

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