• Six Pixels of Separation

  • Everyone Is Connected. Connect Your Business to Everyone
  • By: Mitch Joel
  • Narrated by: Mitch Joel
  • Length: 7 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 04-09-09
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC
  • 4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

Regular price: £20.09

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Summary

At last, here's THE audiobook that 21st century entrepreneurs have been waiting for - the inner-secrets of how highly successful Internet capitalists make millions by knowing who to reach and how to reach them online. From viral loops to social networking to how to cut through all the cyber-clutter, Six Pixels of Separation is mandatory listening for anybody who wants to expand their business via the Internet.

Six Pixels of Separation is the first book to unify the concepts of personal branding, digital marketing, and entrepreneurship in a clear, fun and provocative manner. By using case studies, this audiobook offers a complete set of tools, tactics, and insights to empower individuals to reach a global audience and consumer base with a few clicks of the mouse, and almost all of them for free.

Digital marketing expert Mitch Joel unravels the fascinating world of new marketing, with a brand new perspective. Entrepreneurs are leveraging the digital channels to get their voice "out there", connecting to similar others, becoming better community citizens, and ultimately, making more money and rocketing their personal and business lives into the stratosphere.

The trick is, personal brands are becoming bigger than corporate brands - and in Six Pixels of Separation listeners will begin to understand the "how" and "why" of how certain entrepreneurs have mastered the internet to propel their businesses.

©2009 Mitch Joel (P)2009 Gildan Media Corp

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Good book, needs a new edition

This is a great book, but now dated by the advancement in social media since it was written. I'm sure an updated version would be a success.

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  • Nick
  • Keighley, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • 28-05-10

Timely and very enjoyable listen

Timely and very enjoyable listen.

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  • Darren
  • 17-03-13

10,000 Foot View - No Real Meat or Potatoes

What would have made Six Pixels of Separation better?

It is the same thing chapter after chapter. Dig into a specific topic, show people how to get it done. Execute.

What was most disappointing about Mitch Joel’s story?

That there was no real substance to the book. It's How to win friends without the how...

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  • Shawn Patrick Moloney
  • 18-08-18

Pixel back in the past

I downloaded the book not realizing its age. Because I bought it I listened anyhow. It was a great book but a bit dated. There was still lots of relevant info but it makes no mention of a modern day tracking pixle, remarketing, or utm codes. The author does has many valid points and predictions.

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  • Troy
  • 12-04-10

Great book for modern businesses.

So happy i got this book. Surely anyone can grasp and use the info in this book. If your looking for a modern book on how to improve your business this is it. Check out the six pixels blog if you like the blog you will love the book.

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  • Michael
  • 01-03-10

Great Content

You could feel the passion of the narator/author. Great content for the new business world and using the media technology model.

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  • Hani A. Rahim Menaii
  • 29-12-09

Thank you Mitch

The six pixels of seperation is a great book about web 2.0 marketing , recomended reading for the AY marketers
AY=After YouTube

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  • Peter
  • 18-11-09

Just What I Was Looking For

I have been interested in using the internet for business for some time. This audio book gave me new insights about the "community"; I found it easy to understand. Mitch Joel sounds like he is speaking to you not reading and the information he gives is valuable. Thanks for a very good book

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  • Susan Kayne
  • 20-10-09

Outstanding, Encouraging, Energetic

Mitch delivers street-wise advice on finding, accessing and utilizing key components of the web to publicize and distribute content. I highly recommend this book.

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  • morton
  • 15-10-09

A Must for All Business Owners

This audio shows you the right tools and how to use them in integrating digital marketing, social networking, and entrepreneurship into business success. You will learn to get your message out there above all the other noise and grow your business at a time when the world is down to 6 pixels of separation!

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  • Mark
  • 09-10-09

Don't waste your time

The book was way too basic and didn't really dive into anything. More of a "what is the internet" type of book.

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