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Second Podium Project Beta Test Phone Roundtable

You’ll be getting an email on this well but this Friday at 4p Pacific / 7p Eastern, we’re going to do our second Podium Project User’s rountable.

Topics include: the 5-day class – how did that go, the flash upgrades – are the boxes acting better, how would you use the box?

And more.

Please reply here if you can make it.

We’ll make it worth your time 😉



September 19, 2007 - Posted by | Beta Test


  1. I will be on the call Paul. BTW, the Podeus is working flawlessly since Mark made changes to most recent 7 items on the feed.


    Comment by Danny Guspie | September 19, 2007 | Reply

  2. hi Paul…finally got the black box and have raced though the content…you were so right! well worth the wait! Other than trying to figure out a few I don’t have the class mp3 player and have been using my mini IPOD. Hence don’t know how to get
    the PDF’s..any ideas?
    ANyway the the system has been running flawlessly!
    Love it…
    Will be able to be on call Friday for 40 minutes or so…
    See you and others next Wed. in California…an escape from chilly Minneapolis!
    Elizabeth Harrington

    Comment by elizabethh | September 20, 2007 | Reply

  3. Sorry that I missed your earlier emails. September has been one of those Full Plate Months! I am preparing for a training next week and am already booked for tomorrow afternoon during your call. Sorry to be missing it. Hope you had a fun Birthday. Virginia

    Comment by Virginia | September 20, 2007 | Reply

  4. Hi Paul,

    It was good to be on the call tonite. I have had a very busy summer and missed the update, hence did not receive any of the trainings but Mark called me tonite to update my box. I now have my player plugged into it, so hopefully it is downloading a bunch of the sessions I missed. I don’t have anything from July 11th on. Am really looking forward to hearing the rest!

    Will keep you posted.


    Comment by Karilee | September 21, 2007 | Reply

  5. Great call last night Paul / Mark!

    The potential of Podeus has us very excited for the future of this marketing channel. Having your own branded Podeus on a customer’s desktop is priceless.

    I’m curious about the wholesale costs to the information provider per unit at the 25, 50, 100, 250-1000 unit range, looking at the metrics, seeing the control screen etc.

    Also, what other features are planned, Paul’s recommendations on Archos Player (Looks sweet!). We’ve got the new player that Alex will be using for TSS in transit, to have a look at, and decide if this will be the one we will use for things we are working on. So I’m particularly interested in Paul’s latest thoughts.

    There are a number of discussions we’ve been having during our many, many road trips with any marketers in / outside of internet marketing, on multi-media content delivery systems.

    We see a HUGE potential for Podeus. Especially when you can brand it as your own. Bundled with a “branded player”, and the right packaging makes for a VERY attractive piece of “courseware”; and/or a key element of any e-learning system.

    The “no brainer factor” of Podeus will be important for the next dozen years or so in this marketing channel. Today’s early adopters will spread the word, expand the market and become “the elders” in the generation to come. The potential markets are just so HUGE, it boggles the mind.

    When we hit that critical mass, it obviously won’t be so important (but there will always be consumers who have “technical difficulties”). because sooner of later the youth of today who are fully conversant with these technologies.

    I also see a ton of “repurposing; cross promotion; OTO etc etc. versatility” in using this unit for program delivery.

    I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to listen to the content on our flight to the reunion next Tuesday…catching up and having a TON of fun.

    See you both next week!

    Danny / Heidi

    Comment by Danny Guspie | September 22, 2007 | Reply

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