SPOS #41 – Lots Of Comments

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Welcome to episode #41 of Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast. There are tons of comments (both audio and email) with lots of new conversations and trackbacks to value-based billing. There are some news voices along with the regular features. Enjoy this conversation…
Here it is: Six Pixels Of Separation – The Twist Image Podcast – Episode #41 – Host: Mitch Joel.
– Running time: 55:26.
– 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 – [email protected].
– Hello from Beautiful Montreal.
– My hellish travel experience.
– Spent some time with Joseph Jaffe – Jaffe JuiceAcross The Sound – who was in beautiful Montreal.
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.
Geek Dinner Montreal – Monday, March 26th, 2007 with Shel Holtz of For Immediate Release – The Hobson and Holtz Report Podcast. There is (maybe) two spots left. We’ve got over 30 people coming.
– Audio Comment – Tommy Vallier – Kingston, Ontario.
– Audio Comment – Marko Kulick – Pets.ca and Photography.ca.
– Audio Comment – John Havens – About.com Guide To Podcasting and PodCamp NYC.
PodCamp NYC – April 6th – 7th.
– Audio Comment – Mark BlevisCanadian Podcast BuffetJust One More Book!Podcasters Across Borders.
– Email Comment – Michal Wielgus.
CMA – Canadian Marketing Association – National Convention & Trade Show in Ottawa.
– Audio Comment – Sean Moffit – Agent WildfireBuzz Canuck.
CMA – Canadian Marketing Association – Word of Mouth Marketing Conference – From Mass To Grass – April 12th – Toronto – Holiday Inn on King.
– Look for an interview soon with Jackie Huba – co-author of Citizen MarketersChurch of the Customer Blog in an upcoming 6POS episode.
PowerPoint presentation skills – Beyond Bullets book and Blog.
Ze Frank.
– Email Comment – Jon Hoel – PR Junction Podcast.
– Email Comment – Bill Sweetman – McLaren InteractiveMarketing Martini Podcast.
– Email Comment – Sallie Goetsch (rhymes with -sketch-).
Return On Intention Podcast – episode #9 with Reid Givens on value-based billing.
– Audio Comment – Bernie Goldbach – Podcasting.ie.
C.C. Chapman talks about Twitter and new ways to use it here: Managing The Gray – Twittering Beyond the Box.
– Email Comment – Gustavo Arruda – M Marketing.
– Email Comment – Jason Myles – The A-List Agency.
– Audio Comment – Collin Douma – Radical Trust.
Podshow and the Acura Podcast.
– What Is Your Blog And/Or Podcast? – The M Show – John Wall.
– Six Points of Separation – Six Ways To Get More Involved In Your Local Marketing Community:
1. Volunteer your time.
2. Become a paid member.
3. Go to events.
4. Plug in to the community.
5. Create content for group.
6. Become a sponsor or create a council.
*. Become a leader.
– Six Pounds of Sound – music from C.C. Chapman of Managing The Gray, Accident Hash and U-Turn Caf-.
Matthew Ebel – -Single Man Laments-.
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 #41 – Host: Mitch Joel.


  1. Hey Mitch, Adam here from perfectly frozen Ottawa,
    This episode’s Six Points of Separation was exactly what I have been looking for. I need to figure out ways to get involved in my marketing community, while working for the Canadian Gov’t (which typically frowns on individuality and creative thought…how I ended up here, who knows). However there is one thing I think that was missed. New marketing professional wannabe’s, like me, don’t really know where to look for volunteer opportunities, I have sent off emails to the CMA and Marketing Magazine letting them know I am available for any type of help they may need, but still have found nothing. To be honest with you I have been a little picky, I love trade shows and find I have had a great time at every event I’ve attended, so I have naturally volunteered my services for all the trade shows I can find out about. Problem is, not being as connected as I would like to be, I don’t know about most of them. So here is a call out to you and your listeners and readers, If anybody knows of any type of help that any trade show, trade show company, conference, gathering of people with whatever name you want to attach to it please let me know. I am new to the industry, young, hard working and at my age knowledge is the only reward I require for my services, so please drop me a line. [email protected]
    Thanks again Mitch for the great pod cast!!!
    Adam Dufresne

  2. Hi Mitch,
    Great show one more time. I really enjoyed Six Points. Being involved in the community keeps our ideas going, also it is a great opportunity to meet new and interesting people. I was even more excited to have my e-mail comment on the show. Great stuff! I owe you an audio comment now!

  3. You’ll get your book Dr. Jones!
    Thanks for the comments Gustavo and Adam. I’m doing everything I can to turn this Podcast into a community of people trying to learn more about digital marketing and brand democratization. You’re voices are all a huge part of it.

  4. With regard to the “audio or video” question, I can’t see that my favorite audio podcsts would be enhanced by video. I believe Joseph Jaffe did an experiment with video recently, and his listeners responded by saying “If you don’t have anything to show, don’t use video.” That seems like a good rule of thumb.
    Besides, if all the podcasts I listen to went to video, I’d probably have to give them up, because I don’t have the time to tie up my eyes. I listen to podcasts while driving, cooking, doing housework, and the like. Video anchors you to a screen. This may be why the popular video podcasts are all very short, but some of the more popular audio podcasts are quite long.

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