InfoPresse Internet Day – Six Pixels Of Separation Coming Your Way

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Next week is the InfoPresse Internet Day. InfoPresse is the leading marketing and communications magazine in Quebec, and it is published in French. They also hold many full day conferences. This coming Wednesday, March 15th at Centre Mount-Royal is their Internet Day.
I was asked to kick off the event with a morning keynote, and I can’t wait to present Six Pixels Of Separation – The New World Of The Internet.
Six Pixels Of Separation is one of my newer keynote presentations. Here’s a description of what I will be talking about:
Six degrees of separation has become six pixels of separation. The Internet is proving that it’s a small world after all, and if you aren’t participating in this online meet and greet, you could be losing out. People are no longer waiting for your content online… they’re creating it and either extolling the virtues of specific brands or raking them through the mud. This can pose serious issues for product development, Human Resource departments, corporate legal teams and businesses in general. It is imperative that businesses become a part of this dialogue with their consumers. Unravel the compelling world of Listenomics, Brand Democratization and Instant Personal Broadcasting. If mediums like Blogging, narrowcasting, Podcasting, location-based services, viral marketing, search engines and social networking are not on your radar, you will not want to miss this. The Internet is changing marketing forever and these mediums are creating ultimate loyalty and a true online marketing universe where the results are staggering and the brand lift is off the charts.
Six Pixels Of Separation will be presented in English, but the bulk of the seminars will be in French. The major keynote is also going to be given in English by eMarketing expert Cory Treffiletti, one of the VPs at Carat Fusion in New York and also famed e-journalist
Word is the event is close to being sold out.
Here’s more information on the event: InfoPresse Internet Day.