Six Pixels of Separation - The Podcast
February 26, 2007 6:07 PM

SPOS #40 - PodCamp Toronto 2007 - Almost Live

Welcome to episode #40 of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast. I-ve decided to hold all audio and email comments and there will also be no Six Pounds of Sound with C.C. Chapman or What Is Your Blog And/Or Podcast? this week. Instead you are getting the full session, Should Your Company Be Podcasting?, from PodCamp Toronto 2007 which I moderated along with a very special Six Points Of Separation. Enjoy this conversation...

Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #40 - Host: Mitch Joel.

- Running time: 52:26.
- Audio comment line - please send in a comment and add your voice to the community: +1 206-666-6056.
- Please send in questions, comments, suggestions - mitch@twistimage.com.
- Hello from Beautiful Montreal.
- Regular episode will be back next week - lots of audio comments, What Is Your Blog And/Or Podcast? and Six Pounds Of Sound music from C.C. Chapman.
- The Power Within Montreal - April 3rd - Bill Clinton, Anthony Robbins and myself along with Jerry Greenfield (Co-founder of Ben & Jerry's), Terry Savage (personal finance expert), Irshad Manji (best selling author of The Trouble with Islam Today) and Mike Lipkin.
- General Admission tickets (which usually sell at $220.00) for just $189.00 for my family and friends. All you have to do is call The Power Within at 1-866-994-2555, speak to Scott and mention my name.
- PodCamp Toronto - Saturday and Sunday - February 24-25, 2007.
- Quick chat with Andrew Findlater - National PR.
- PodCamp Toronto 2007 - Should Your Company Be Podcasting? Panelists: Luke Armour from Observations From Public Relations, Terry Fallis of Thornley Fallis and Inside PR Podcast, Michael Seaton from Scotiabank and The Client Side Blog-Podcast and Donna Papacosta from Trafcom News.
- Geek Dinner Montreal - Monday, March 26th, 2007 with Shel Holtz of For Immediate Release - The Hobson and Holtz Report Podcast.
- Six Points Of Separation - Six (make that eleven) People Choose The One Tool/Tactic They Will Use Immediately After Having Attended PodCamp Toronto 2007:
1. PowerPoint Production - Gary Schlee - Centennial College.
2. TalkShoe - Mark Juliano - TalkShoe.
3. Crazy Egg - Christopher Penn - Financial Aid Podcast.
4. Creative Commons - Sonya Buyting - Sassy Science.
5. Link back to website - Casey McKinnon - Galaticast.
6. Branding - Bob Goyetche - Canadian Podcast Buffet.
7. Value - Mark Pavlidis - mhp-s musings.
8. Monetize - Hugh McGuire - Libravox.
9. MySpace - Bill Sweetman - Marketing Martini.
10. Do more - Jay Moonah - Uncle Seth.
11. Twitter - Mitch Joel (me ;) - Twist Image.

Please join the conversation by sending in questions, feedback and ways to improve Six Pixels Of Separation. Please let me know what you think or leave an audio comment at: +1 206-666-6056.

Download the Podcast here: Six Pixels Of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast - Episode #40 - Host: Mitch Joel.

By Mitch Joel


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  • Posted by Kevin Baggs
    Mitch Joel

    It was great to meet you at Podcamp. Your presentation on branding was excellent.

    I wanted to know what you think of Power Grammo. I am looking for a new Skype recording software package.

    thanks

    Reply
  • Posted by Mitch Joel
    Mitch Joel

    It was great to meet you too Kevin.

    I use Power Grammo to record my Skype calls and have enjoyed it. It's free and it works - pretty perfect combo :)

    Reply
  • You sir, are a rockstar. I was so very glad to have made this PodCamp. It was as good as and in some places far better than the event that got the ball rolling in Boston only a few short months ago. Amazing how the community has responded, and my thanks to you and the rest of the organizers for taking what Mr. Brogan and I started and making it better and better.

    Reply
  • Posted by Sonya Buyting
    Mitch Joel

    Your session rocked! I agree with Chris. You are a rockstar.

    Reply
  • Posted by Mitch Joel
    Mitch Joel

    Stop it, you're making me blush!

    :)

    It was a great weekend and I really appreciate your kind words.

    Reply
  • Posted by Hans Krommenhoek
    Mitch Joel

    Where can I find the tool "powerpoint production" seems to me an interesting tool for narrowcasting solutions! Keep up the inspiring insights you give to me.

    Reply
  • Posted by David Finch
    Mitch Joel

    Unable to attend PC Toronto, but just finished watching your session on Personal Branding...EXCELLENT! It was packed with content that needs to be heard over and over again.
    Thanks!!

    Reply
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