One Pixel Of Separation With Twist Image’s Mitch Joel
One Pixel Of Separation With Twist Image’s Mitch Joel
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There are people I’m a fan of and people I am friends with and then there are the rare combinations of people I’m a fan of who I’m lucky enough to be friends with. Mitch Joel is one of them. The author of the recently released Six Pixels of Separation is also the principal of Twist Image, a cutting edge digital marketing shop with offices in Montreal and Toronto. His book is phenomenal and his thoughts on social media, online advertising, Internet marketing and online engagement place him squarely in the middle of thought leadership in the space.

I caught up with Mitch at Word-of-Mouth Supergenius in Chicago last month and cornered him for a chat for SME-TV.

One Pixel Of Separation From Mitch Joel from Jason Falls on Vimeo.

If you haven’t already, buy Mitch’s book and learn a thing or two about the connective tissue of the web and how we as individuals and brands intertwine there. It’s a brilliant look with some fantastic ideas for you and your business as well. (Amazon link provided.)

Twist Image also features a notable blog and podcast. I was even a recent guest if you need a little entertainment for your drive home.

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About the Author

Jason Falls
Jason Falls is the founder of Social Media Explorer and one of the most notable and outspoken voices in the social media marketing industry. He is a noted marketing keynote speaker, author of two books and unapologetic bourbon aficionado. He can also be found at JasonFalls.com.
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  • Really enjoyed learning about you on Six Pixels of Separation and reading through some of your blog posts. I definitely agree with your thoughts on commenting back to blog commenters. It keeps the conversation going!

    • Thanks Nathan. I appreciate the comment. Yours is probably the one I
      could least afford to not respond to as well. Ha! Thanks again!

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  • Jason –

    Thanks so much for sharing this video of Joel. Those Canadians! Great to actually hear Joel's voice after reading the book, which I loved. I'm adding him to my “smart-ass people” list right now. See you Sunday.

    DJ Waldow
    Director of Community, Blue Sky Factory
    @djwaldow

    • Yep. Good one to have on that list. See you too!

  • Thanks for the conversation Jason and it really was great to finally connect in our protein forms ;)

    • Agreed, sir. Looking forward to more in person stuff soon.

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