Six Pixels of Separation - The Podcast
January 3, 201011:33 AM

SPOS #184 - Social Media Exploration With Jason Falls

Welcome to episode #184 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast. As I stated last week, I worked my new Olympus PCM digital recorder to the bone at Andy Sernovitz' Word of Mouth Supergenius conference in Chicago this month. One of the main reasons I agreed to speak and attend this conference was because it was going to finally be my chance to meet Jason Falls from Social Media Explorer in our protein forms. We had been following one another for years and Falls is one of the top Social Media Marketing Bloggers, speakers and consultants "out there". As you can hear in this conversation, we take a look at everything from what it's like to be called a, "Social Media Consultant" and the power of search to what the landscape is and will be in 2010. Jason was my second victim (errr... I mean, "guest"!) from the Supergenius event (and there's one more to come in the following weeks). Enjoy the conversation...

Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #184 - Host: Mitch Joel.

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By Mitch Joel

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  • Posted by Rita Ferrari
    Mitch Joel

    Hi Mitch,

    I've been listening to your podcast for the last little while and today I can across this post by Chris Voss announcing that he now has an iPhone app for his show. If you haven't already considered it, it sounds like a natural for you and your podcast. Here's the link:

  • Very cool - let me look into this :)

  • Mitch Joel

    Just finished listening to your interview with Jason Falls on this week's podcast. Informative as always. It struck me as interesting that neither you nor Jason like the term "blog." I feel the same way (although an alternative is not on the tip of my tongue). None of the names are all that descriptive, and to the uninitiated may seem a bit intimidating - Twitter, Plurk, Jaiku, Posturous, Identica, Tumblr, Facebook etc. Maybe we need a social media glossary of terms.

  • Posted by Eric Marshall
    Mitch Joel

    I was at my parent's house for Christmas and happened to find my old T.I. Speak and still worked and it is awesome.

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