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May 28th, 2006
Episode 2 of 570 episodes
Welcome to the second episode of Six Pixels Of Separation - The Podcast. I created my own intro and outro this week and tried to keep the length of the show to about ten minutes (great success as Borat would say). I considered last week's episode of Six Pixels of Separation as my pilot episode, but I'm breaking with the norm and calling this week's episode #2. Here it is: Episode #2 - Six Pixels Of Separation - Host: Mitch Joel. Six Pixels Of Separation - The Podcast - Episode #2 - Show Notes: - Running time: 10:23. - Recap of last week. - Feedback from: Ken Schafer - One Degree and Robert Cotter - Blistering.com and Fixion Media. - What makes a good Podcast? - Why should marketers Podcast? - Montreal Business Book Club. - Max Lenderman - Experience The Message: How Experiential Marketing Is Changing The Brand World. - InfoPresse. - Shout-out to Charles, Marissa and Thomas. - Fast Company Magazine. - YulBiz. - Shout-out to Michel Leblanc. - Next YulBiz: Tuesday, May 30th. As always, your comments, feedback and help on Six Pixels of Separation is appreciated. Please let me know what you think. Download the Podcast here: Episode #2 - Six Pixels Of Separation - Host: Mitch Joel.
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