Tag Archives: Podcast

DaveStock #UW42, 2012

Details for DaveStock

Noteworthy:

Details: Dave O’s birthday is Aug. 16th and Dan O’s birthday is Aug 1st – celebration on Aug 18th

Entertainment = You. Musicians, Poets, and Chooglers! Bring your talents and tools. PA is provided

Bring a T-shirt to silkscreen + enjoy mural painting, green room activities, bocce tourney, hookah lounge, photo ops etc.

Transit: Seabus + 228 or 210/209 to end of the line

Pets with RSVP and youngsters with supervision

Hash: #UW42 and #Danimal39

Evidence: UW40 on Flickr

Provisions, etc:

Festival food and libations provided

Bring blanket or chair + beer stein

Bring tent to camp over (no driving you drunkards!)

No whiners, slobs or weapons #peace

http://ow.ly/ctGOv

“Tracks on Tracks” Rock n Roll Train Trip: Teaser Video

Tracks on Tracks teaser trailer with some clips from the musical journey across Canada on a train. If you weren’t there, this will make you wish you had been.

 

Talking Social and Music on @RenmanMB with Steve Rennie

I was a guest on the Renman Live show (@RenmanMB), a show about music and business, to discuss social media for bands and labels. It’s a brief segment but one i hope to do more of with them. The Host (Steve Rennie @Renman1)  is very LA and i am very Canadian :) I appeared on video via phone with my pith-helmet-attired pic representing in absentia. Click to watch the video and have some laughs.

DaveO on Renman Live show

Sharing Social Marketing Stories for Communities – Community Roundtable, 2010

I share stories about growing Hootsuite on a grassroots level and break down tools and tactics in this “Conversations with Community Managers” audio pod interview from May 27, 2010.

Post: Conversations with Community Managers – Dave Olson (Hootsuite) Episode #9 features Dave Olson, Marketing Director for HootSuite, which helps people and companies track, monitor and manage their Twitter communities.

Audio: Download Community Roundtable Podcast with Dave Olson (17:27, 14MB, .mp3) or listen onboard:

Podcast topics include:

  • How the traditional title of “Marketing Director” translates to online marketing, customer service and social engagement
  • Turning metrics into meaning by realizing the personalities behind the community members
  • Tips on community: making members feel like they belong and are contributing, and that they are being heard and acknowledged
  • Stories about communities in the 1970s, enabled by “ditto machines” and other pre social media technology (the roots of Dave’s current personal projects are found at http://www.uncleweed.com/)
  • An example of a company (SubPop records) that started their community building in the pre-social media era (pre-Internet, even), and evolved it into the age of Twitter
  • Adding value, context and storytelling vs simply “attracting a crowd”

Blurb

The Community Roundtable has partnered with Voce Communications to produce a new podcast series, “Conversations with Community Managers.” In this series, TheCR’s Jim Storer joins forces with Voce’s Doug Haslam to speak with people from a variety of industries about their efforts with community and social media management.

Music, Apps, International, Elections – Tonya Hall Radio, 2012

I was a guest on The Tonya Hall Radio Show, which airs in Colorado every weekday, to discuss the HootSuite story as per the tagline “Embracing the power of Social Media.”

Specifically, we chatted about  unique views on the US 2012 election, international growth, new apps and music.

Download Dave Olson on Tonya Hall Radio podcast or listen onboard: (52:00, 25MB, .mp3)

Note: cross-posted here for posterity

HootSuite Tour with Get Connected TV

Get Connected TV came by HootSuite HQ recently and i gave them a tour and included a few tips and points for those interested in social media, community building, acquisitions, start-ups, culture, media hacking, etc. Yup, there are some funny bits :).

Videos are below, and the posts on the HootSuite blog can be found here and here.


If you have a number of Social Media accounts to manage, chances are you know about Hootsuite. But how did they become so popular? Tristan visits the Hootsuite HQ to talk to VP Community, Dave Olson to find out more on this successful Canadian start-up.
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If you have a number of Social Media accounts to manage, chances are you know about Hootsuite. But how did they become so popular? Tristan visits the Hootsuite HQ to talk to VP Community, Dave Olson to find out more on this successful Canadian start-up.

About Hootsuite – Just Talking Podcast, 2012

Appeared on Just Talking Podcast with Chris to discuss Hootsuite, community building, marketing and social media globally.

As the blurb says:

“This week I’m joined by Dave Olson, VP of Community for Hootsuite. You can expect conversation about Hootsuite’s origins, Dave’s evolving role at Hootsuite, social media best practices, Hootsuite’s international expansion and owl obsessions.”

You can download the About Hootsuite with Dave Olson on Just Talking podcast or listen onboard:

Community Building Begins With Listening – GrowVC, Everyone Funding Startups, 2012

I spoke with “Everyone Funding Start-ups” podcast, a project of GrowVC – a global marketplace for equity funding – about grassroots strategies for entrepreneurs, including how to build a community of customers and supporters, plus many adaptable “cheap and cheerful” tactics and tools used for building Hootsuite community internationally.

Head on over to GrowVC to listen to the podcast and/or listen onboard:

The blurb says:

This week’s episode of the Grow VC Everyone Funding Startups podcast features Dave Olson (@daveohoots), VP of Community at HootSuite – the leading social media dashboard for managing social networks. Dave discusses best practices for entrepreneurs looking to create, engage and leverage their community of users and supporters. As VP of Community at a company that provides users with tools to better manage their own communities, Dave is ideally positioned to provide listeners with actionable advice in this critical area of enterprise development.

Dave also discusses HootSuite’s tremendous international growth and the advantages and challenges associated with the creation of a global community. As is often the case with HootSuite, the company turned to its community of users to to assist with these inherent challenges.

Social Media for Bands and Fans – Interview on Tweets and Tunes

Jason Lloyd came by the Hootsuite office to interview me for CiTR’s Tweets and Tunes, his show that examines the relationship between independent musicians and social media.

Being an active participant and enthusiast of music scenes, i had many topics to riff on, including DIY promo work at HootSuite, the Tracks on Tracks project, and the impact social media has on independent music.

Check out Tweets and Tunes – Interview with Dave Olson

Blurb

Social media is creating an opportunity for musicians to connect with their audience like never before, allowing everyone to be part of a conversation. The changing dynamics between artist and fan are explored, along with lots of advice and tips for musicians and their social media endeavours.

The show ends with a discussion of the Vancouver music scene, including, bands, venues, and how things have changed and evolved over the years.

Tracks On Tracks Train Journey – Podcast Roundup

Tracks On Tracks, a remarkable journey with 11 musical acts on 1 train that crossed 5 provinces in June 2012. For those who weren’t able to go, there is a special treat waiting for you in the form of a podcast series that documents the journey. Musings on train life, interviews with Canadian artists, some amazing live music, and a fondness for beards colour this audio spectacular.

Plus, there’s a Storify roundup of photos, tweets, notes, vids, audio snippets and more: Tracks on Tracks Roundup

Here are all the podcast episodes:

Renegades Roll East ~ Chooglin’ on Tracks #1

Bottomless Lakes of Adaline ~ Chooglin’ on Tracks #2

Athabasca with Oboes ~ Chooglin’ on Tracks #3

Shredding on Melville ~ Chooglin’ on Tracks #4

Portage and Winnipeg ~ Chooglin’ on Tracks #5

Descending upon Hornepayne ~ Chooglin’ on Tracks #6

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