I'm Dave Jones and you're reading my personal blog.  I started as a PR guy in 1991 and have been involved with social media's intersection with Marketing & PR since 2005. 

 

 

Currently, I'm VP, Social Media at Critical Mass.  I'm based in Toronto.

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Inside PR #148 - Wednesday, January 28, 2009


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This week on Inside PR Terry Fallis and Martin Waxman discuss the social media efforts of the Globe and Mail in light of the unveiling of the federal budget and welcome comments from Jody Koehler and Erick Bauer.


00:26 Terry opens the show


01:24 Terry notes that Guy Skipworth has started a blog called “The Big Canadian Picture”.


01:40 Martin mentions that his business partner, Louise Armstrong, who is a certified etiquette expert has launched a blog called “A Call for Class”  which deals with etiquette in communications and in your everyday business life.


02:33 Martin explains that Louise is certified by the Protocol school of Washington.


04:49 Terry mentions that Podcamp Toronto is coming up on Feb 21st and 22nd at Ryerson University and that Inside PR will be doing another live recording there.


05:57 Terry mentions that Donna Papacosta of Trafcom news podcast left a comment.


06:41 Terry reads a comment left by Jody Koehler in Holland.


07:43 Martin introduces a question from Erick Bauer about how to go about building a social network as a student while still respecting the busy schedules of the professionals you’re approaching.


08:56 Martin says, as Joe Thornley mentioned at Talk is Cheap, one thing to do is engage them in the social media space, for example, commenting on their blog.


10:04 Terry discusses engaging in the social media space, but also the importance of meeting them face to face.


12:37 Terry introduces the major topic for the show: The social media efforts of the Globe and Mail in light of the unveiling of the federal budget.


24:28 Terry closes the show.


Our theme music is Streetwalker by Cjacks and is courtesy of the Podsafe Music Network; Roger Dey is our announcer.


This week’s episode was produced by Janna Guberman.


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