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  1. One Like, Two Shares, Red Fish, Blue Fish: The Basics of Measuring Social Media

    •  Rob Clark Rob Clark
  2. Finding insight from open data with OpenRefine

    •  Martin Magdinier Martin Magdinier
  3. Discover How to Get People to Buy into What You are Selling – whether it’s a product, a service, an idea, or even yourself.

    •  J Brett Abbey J Brett Abbey
  4. Why Serial Worked: What Audiences Want from New Media

    •  Rob Moden Rob Moden
  5. Storytelling & Neuroscience: Like Butch & Sundance, Lewis & Clark, Lucy & Ethel they just work well together

    •  Rob Clark Rob Clark
  6. How brands should engage journalists on social media

    •  Samuel Dunsiger Samuel Dunsiger
  7. Engaging in Social Media in the 21st Century

    •  Jim Pagiamtzis Jim Pagiamtzis
  8. Success in podcasting with Jeremy of Taggart and Torrens

    •  Taggart and Torrens Taggart and Torrens
  9. Why are marketers afraid of data/analytics?

    •  Deanna Gowrie Deanna Gowrie
  10. PPC Starter Camp

    •  Debbie Horovitch Debbie Horovitch
  11. Growth Hacking For Your Business: A How-To Session

    •  Angela LaGamba Angela LaGamba
    •  Bobby Dhillon Bobby Dhillon
  12. Social Marketing Secrets for Non-Profits: How to Get the Most from Your Limited Budget

    •  Keka DasGupta Keka DasGupta
  13. Affordable Housing – The Policy and The Data

    •  Desmond Cole Desmond Cole
    •  Geordie Dent Geordie Dent
    •  Melissa Goldstein Melissa Goldstein
    •  Neville Park Neville Park
    •  Morgen Peers Morgen Peers
    •  Ushnish Sengupta Ushnish Sengupta
    •  Bianca Wylie Bianca Wylie
  14. Communicating Transit in a 24/7 World

    •  Anne Marie Aikins Anne Marie Aikins
  15. How to YouTube: Why video marketing is the most effective marketing tool.

    •  Amir Jaffari Amir Jaffari
  16. Jesse Brown talks Canadaland

    •  Keith Tomasek Keith Tomasek
  17. Introduction to Cardboard – Accessible Virtual Reality

    •  Connie Leung Connie Leung
  18. Crafting Custom CSS

    •  Andy McIlwain Andy McIlwain
  19. #digitaledu: What we’ve learned, what’s new and what’s on the horizon in social media education

    •  Martin Waxman Martin Waxman
  20. Psychological Architectures: Templates for Persuasive Design

    •  Brian Cugelman, PhD Brian Cugelman, PhD
  21. CIMA Toronto – Digital Marketing Therapy

    •  Rob Campbell Rob Campbell
    •  Brian Rotsztein Brian Rotsztein
  22. Are You Socially Active?: Digital Marketing Trends and Startup Growth

    •  Bobby Dhillon Bobby Dhillon
  23. Life on Loop: How GIFs Became the Communication Currency of the 21st Century

    •  Matt Read Matt Read
    •  Marie Nicola Marie Nicola
  24. Setting up an “automated income system”

    •  Regis Yaworski Regis Yaworski
  25. Spreading the thick and juicy word of food, fat and feminism through Fat Girl Food Squad

    •  Ama Scriver Ama Scriver
    •  Yuli Scheidt Yuli Scheidt
  26. Hacking Your Personal Brand with Klout

    •  Todd Burgess Todd Burgess
  27. The Brass Tacks of Growing Community

    •  Hollie Pollard Hollie Pollard
    •  Craig Silva Craig Silva
    •  Tayhna Parachuk Tayhna Parachuk
    •  Anamaria Tivadar Anamaria Tivadar
  28. Advanced Audio Editing and Mixing

    •  Corey Coates Corey Coates
  29. 5 Steps to Outrank Your Competitors Online & Generate More Sales Without Paying Search Engines!

    •  Bassem Ghali Bassem Ghali
  30. Can we finally stop saying that Social Media is disrupting Marketing?

    •  Josh Muirhead Josh Muirhead
  31. Filling the MSM Void: The Golden Age of Podcasting and New Media

    •  Toronto Mike Toronto Mike
  32. Niche-o-nomics: The Crowdfunded Resurrection of TV eh?

    •  Anthony Marco Anthony Marco
    •  Greg David Greg David
    •  Emily Gagne Emily Gagne
  33. Gastropost – creating a unique brand experience through food photos

    •  Amanda Scriver Amanda Scriver
  34. The Future of Content Consumption

    •  James Wilkinson James Wilkinson
  35. A Boy & His Blog: 5 Years Strong

    •  Joshua Murray Joshua Murray
  36. Becoming a Rockstar presenter in the 21st Century

    •  Jim Pagiamtzis Jim Pagiamtzis
  37. Leave Your Pitchforks at the Login Screen!

    •  Rick Weiss Rick Weiss
  38. Improv and Podcasting

    •  Michael Mongiardi Michael Mongiardi
    •  Sharjil Rasool Sharjil Rasool
    •  John Richardson John Richardson
    •  Raul Delgado Raul Delgado
  39. Grow Your Audience with Real Content Marketing Tactics

    •  Brian Rotsztein Brian Rotsztein
  40. Live recording of The Open Government Podcast

    •  Richard Pietro Richard Pietro
    •  Sameer Vasta Sameer Vasta
  41. Pete’s 101 Tips For Radically Better Photos

    •  Peter West Peter West
  42. Managing Emotions – As easy as operating a Microwave !

    •  Zeeshan Zeeshan
  43. Beyond Media Literacy

    •  Colin Scheyen Colin Scheyen
  44. How I rank #1 for “Search Marketing Expert” on Google

    •  Mike Allan Mike Allan
  45. The Session at Podcamp That’s About Podcasting

    •  Anthony Marco Anthony Marco
    •  Bob Goyetche Bob Goyetche
  46. RED ALERT! Social media & crisis management

    •  Mark Farmer Mark Farmer
  47. Civic Engagement & Technology; the perfect marriage

    •  Aashni Shah Aashni Shah
  48. Data, Policy and Neighbourhoods

    •  Salomeh Ahmadi Salomeh Ahmadi
    •  Munira Abukar Munira Abukar
    •  Idil Burale Idil Burale
    •  Safiah Chowdhury Safiah Chowdhury
    •  Andrew Do Andrew Do
    •  Andray Domise Andray Domise
  49. The Zero Check Returns

    •  Rick Weiss Rick Weiss
    •  Steven Joncas Steven Joncas
  50. An Introduction to Digital Currencies (e.g. Bitcoin)

    •  Jonathan Gillett Jonathan Gillett
  51. Preparing to Launch: Effective launching strategies for Podcasts, Books, and Kickstarters.

    •  Jayson Gaignard Jayson Gaignard
  52. Living in a cloud: the future of free technology and our youth

    •  Nahum Mann Nahum Mann
  53. Optimizing Your Podcast For Video

    •  Promod Sharma Promod Sharma
  54. Mobile Marketing – How To Use It To Generate Leads, Boost Sales, Retain Customers and Track ROI

    •  Hanna Guerra Hanna Guerra
  55. TOUCH: Humanizing the online world by putting ‘you’ in community

    •  Mark Blevis Mark Blevis
  56. Make it happen with content and being human

    •  Daniele Rossi Daniele Rossi
  57. Net Negativity: Assessing and addressing the harsher side of the internet

    •  Joe Ianni Joe Ianni
  58. How to run digital campaigns: WeAreCities.ca case study

    •  Elena Yunusov Elena Yunusov
    •  Chris Cowperthwaite Chris Cowperthwaite

Q: What kind of volunteer opportunities are there at PodCamp Toronto?

PodCamp Toronto is entirely volunteer-driven! We always need enthusiastic volunteers in a range of areas: manning the registration desk, room hosting and greeting attendees at our traditional Saturday night social. Many previous volunteers have gotten more serious and joined our core organizing team! For more details, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Samuel at volunteers@podcamptoronto.com.

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