23099Re: [podcasters] Re: PME II!!!
- Oct 1, 2006I'll echo the comments about freeloading. Bad karma...
I don't know what sessions you attended, but the vast majority that I
attended were filled with tons of great advice, practical tips, and
other great ways to make my podcasts better. Certainly not much "wave
of the future mumbo jumbo" (unfortunately a couple of the keynotes
veered into this territory, however).
Highlights for me were Dave Jackson, Craig Schoemaker, and Jason Van
Orden (I didn't attend Doug Kaye's but saw this at Podcast Academy 3
it was great). I'm looking forward to hearing the audio of some of
the panel discussions that I missed because there were too many great
topics to be in two places at once!
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On Oct 1, 2006, at 6:21 PM, michael wrote:
> > Most of the sessions seemed geared toward beginning podcasters,
> > monetization, SEO, and the like. I didn't pay to attend the
> > sessions... someone who did, step forward and tell us your
> > impressions, please!
> > --
> > Matthew Wayne Selznick
> > ++++++++++++++++++
> I didn't pay either, but it was pretty easy to sneak into them....We
> just acted like we were supposed to be there and walked into a few of
> the sessions. Usual tech convention "wave of the future" marketing
> mumbo jumbo you'd expect.
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