Thursday October 4, 2012
What are you doing Tuesday (Oct 9th) at 8 PM ET? I'll be hanging out with the one and only Mitch Joel on the #LinkedInChat!
I can't quite believe it, but we have Mitch Joel to ourselves for a whole hour next Tuesday night on the #LinkedInChat.
Now while I would really like to dominate his time, I guess it's only fair that I share him with the rest of you.
So use the List.ly tool below the list/add whatever questions you have for Joel and I will ask them live on the chat. Of course you should join the chat to for this amazing opportunity to interact with one of the true thought leaders of our time!
So- if you want to ask a question, you need to list it below. In order to do that, all you have to do is click on the pink "Add to List" button. Choose to add an item without a link, (unless you have a link you would like to share) and then just type your question into the field as seen in the photo below.
How to add a question to list.ly
I don't know how you could live in this day and time and be active in social media and not know Mitch Joel. But in case you've been living underneath the rock, Mitch is the author of "Six Pixels of Separation" and the upcoming "CTRL ALT DEL" (How much do you love that title???)
If you haven't read Six Pixels of Separation than might I suggest you download and or buy it RIGHT NOW!!!
According to "Business Book Summaries" Six Pixels goes beyond the well known paradigm that there are “six degrees of separation” between everyone. (Which is kind of the premiss of LinkedIn if you think about it!) That, in fact, in today’s digital world of the Internet and all the tools that accompany it (including social media) everyone is connected.
BBS says, "Joel suggests that the divide between a company and customers has been reduced to just a few pixels. This fact has important implications for how a business presents its brands, products, and services to the purchasing community. In Six Pixels of Separation, Joel describes a wide variety of digital channels, discusses why they are important, and explains how to use them."
This is such an important topic not only for LinkedIn users, but anyone using digital and social media to share their brand, products and services!
I know this is the #LinkedInChat, but feel free to ask Mitch any questions about his books. I'll try and get a couple LinkedIn related questions in there too.
Transcript for tonight's chat can be found here: http://beta.hashtracking.com/ht-pro-rpt/cjeffers-linkedinchat-2012-10-09/
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