At this time of the year, all of the media content shifts to what happened in 2007. You know, that whole "year in review." I guess because I do my best to stay up on the times, those types of retro-based pieces of content bore me. It's also a strange time because there is usually a bit of a lull in the news. People start focusing more on family than business deals.
I did something a little unique in an episode of my Podcast - Six Pixels of Separation - last year and I thought I would repeat the process this year, but open it up to the community (that's you) as well.
Here's the idea:
Either this week or next (episode #83 or #84) I'll do my Yuletide Log Podcast episode. You know how the local TV station runs the burning fireplace all night? That inspired me to create an episode of Six Pixels of Separation with no set time limit and the content is 100% supplied by others. I just act like the DJ and string it all together. Audio comments from all over the world with thoughts about Social Media during this holiday season.
So, join in the fun. I want to know what you learned or thought about in regards to Social Media and Marketing in 2007. I'm looking for audio submissions, 2-3 minutes long. You can either email me the MP3 file (preferred) or you can call it in to the audio comment line - +1 206 666-6056 (it's as easy as leaving a message on an answering machine). If you do take part, please be sure to email me after, so I know who you are, how to spell your name, where you're from, and how people can find you (Blog URL, etc...).
I'm looking for people from all over the world to share.
Go ahead... call it in (or email it) - you have until Saturday morning.